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**10. A.C CIRCUITS Synopsis :
**

GROWTH OF CURRENT IN LR CIRCUIT :

di = Ri dt

R i

0.63

**1. When switch “S” is closed at t=0; ε − L 2.
**

R ⎛ −t ⎞ ε⎜ At time t, current i = ⎜1 − e L ⎟ ⎟ R⎜ ⎟ ⎝ ⎠

L E

ε R

•

•

3. The constant L/R has dimensions of time and is called the inductive time constant ( τ ) of the LR circuit. 4. t = τ; i = 0.63i0 , in one time constant, the current reaches 63% of the maximum value. The time constant tells us how fast will the current grow. 5. i=i0, when t= ∞ , where i =

ε . R

b S • a

growth of current

i t

time

Theoretically current grows to maximum value after infinite time. But practically it grows to maximum after 5τ. Decay of current : 6. When switch “S” is open at t=0; − L at t=0, i=i0 at time t, i = i0e The current reduces to 37% of the initial value in one time constant i.e., 63% of the decay is complete. 7. Energy stored in inductor E= Li2 . Charging of a capacitor : 8. When a capacitor is connected to a battery, positive charge appears on one plate and negative charge on the other. The potential difference between the plates ultimately becomes equal to e.m.f of the battery. The whole process takes some time and during this time there is an electric current through connecting wires and the battery. 9. Using Kirchoff’s loop law 10. At any time t, q =

t ⎛ − = E ⎜1 − e CR ⎜ ⎝

di = Ri dt

i

ε R

−

t τ

0.37

decay of current

1 2

t

time

R i=0 i + E –

C

b S a

q + Ri − ε = 0 . C

t ⎞ ⎛ − ⎟ = Q ⎜1 − e CR ⎟ ⎜ ⎟ ⎝ ⎠

0.63 εc

growth of charge

t ⎛ − ⎜ RC εC 1 − e

⎜ ⎜ ⎝

⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎠

V

⎞ ⎟ ⎟ ⎠

; i = i0 e

−

t CR

t

time

.

11. The constant RC has dimensions of time and is called capacitive time constant ( τ ). 12. In one time constant ( τ =RC), the charge accumulated on the capacitor is q=0.63 εC .

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A. C. Circuits Discharging of a capacitor : 13. When the plates of a charged capacitor are connected through a conducting wire, the capacitor gets discharged, again there is a flow of charge through the wires and hence there is a current

q 14. − Ri = 0 C

q

0.37εc

decay of charge

t , where Q = εC

− t

time

t→

15. q = Qe

−

t RC

− t

i

V = E e CR ; ; i = – i0 e CR . i0 16. At t=RC, q=0.37Q, i.e., 63% of the discharging is complete in one time constant. Alternating current : 1. An alternating current or e.m.f is one whose magnitude and direction vary periodically with time. 2. Alternating current abbreviated as ac not A.C or a.c 3. The simplest types of alternating current and e.m.f have a sinusoidal variation, given respectively by i=i0sin ω t and ε = ε0 sin ω t where i0, ε0 are called peak values of current and voltage respectively and ω is the angular frequency. 4. The time taken by alternating current to go through one cycle of changes is called its period (T) and T=

2π . ω 1 ω = . T 2π

5. The number of cycles per second of an alternating current is called its frequency, n =

6. The phase of an alternating current at any instant represents the fraction of the time period that has elapsed since the current last passed through the zero position of reference. Phase can also be expressed in terms of angle in radians. 7. An alternating current or e.m.f varies periodically from a maximum in one direction through zero to a maximum in the opposite direction, and so on. The maximum value of the current or e.m.f in either direction is called the peak value. 8. The average or mean value of alternating current or e.m.f for complete cycle is zero. It has no significance. Hence, the mean value of alternating current ( i ) is defined as its average over half a cycle. For positive half cycle i = e.m.f ε =

2ε0 . π 1 T 2

T/2 0

∫ i dt where i = i0 sin ωt = π i0 = 0.636i0 similarly average value of

2

9. The root mean square (r.m.s) value of an alternating current is the square root of the average of i2 during a complete cycle where i is the instantaneous value of the alternating current. (or) It is the steady current, which when passed through a resistance for a given time will produce the same amount of heat as the alternating current does in the same resistance and in the same time. (or) The r.m.s velocity of an alternating voltage can be defined as that direct voltage which produces the same rate of heating in a given resistance. The r.m.s value of alternating voltage is also called as the effective or the virtual value of the voltage. 2

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A. C. Circuits

2 irms =

1T2 ∫ i dt T0

where i=i0sin ω t

i rms =

i0 2

= 0.707i 0

similarly

2 εrms =

1T 2 ∫ ε dt where ε = ε0 sin ωt T0 ε0 2

εrms =

Voltage marked on ac instruments is the r.m.s voltage, i.e. 220 V ac means Erms = 220 V. 10. In any circuit, the ratio of the effective voltage to the effective current is called the impedance Z of the circuit. Its unit is ohm. 11. A diagram representing alternating voltage and current as vectors with phase angle between them is called phasor diagram. 12. Purely resistive circuit : A circuit containing an A.C source and a resistor is known as purely resistive circuit. If ε = ε0 sin ωt and the current at a time t is i, then ε0 sin ωt = Ri

R i ε i

i

~

E i

E

t

Here both voltage and current are in same phase. Instantaneous power dissipation p = εi = ε 0 i 0 sin 2 ωt Average power dissipation P = εrmsirms 13. Purely inductive circuit : A circuit containing an A.C source and inductor is known as purely inductive circuit. If ε = ε0 sin ωt , the circuit equation is ε − L

π⎞ ε ⎛ i = i0 sin⎜ ωt − ⎟ where i0 = 0 2⎠ ωL ⎝

ε di = 0 ; di = 0 sin ωtdt by integration we get dt L

The constant XL= ωL plays the role of effective resistance of the circuit. The constant XL is called the reactance of the inductor. It is zero for direct current ( ω =0) and increases as the frequency increases. The current lags the voltage in phase by π / 2 and the quantity ω L is a measure of the effective opposition to the flow of A.C. The average power consumed in a cycle is zero.

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A. C. Circuits

C i i 90 E

o

~

i E

ε

t i

14. Purely capacitive circuit : A circuit containing an A.C source and a capacitor is known as purely capacitive circuit. If ε = ε0 sin ωt , the circuit equation is Q= cε = cε0 sin ωt by differentiating;

i=

ε0 dQ π⎞ ⎛ = i0 sin⎜ ωt + ⎟ where i0 = dt 2⎠ ⎛ 1 ⎞ ⎝ ⎜ ⎟ ⎝ ωC ⎠ L

i

90

o

ε

~

i E i

E

i

t

The current leads the voltage in phase by π / 2 . The quantity 1/ ω C is a measure of the effective opposition of alternating current by a capacitor. It is denoted by XC and is called capacitive reactance XC =

1 . ωC

ε0 Z

15. The peak current and the peak e.m.f in all the above three circuits can be written as i0 =

where

Z=R for a purely resistive circuit, Z=1/ ω C for a purely capacitive circuit and Z= ω L for a purely inductive circuit. The general name for Z is impedance. 16. If the e.m.f of an A.C circuit is represented by ε = ε0 sin ωt , the current can be represented as i = i0 sin(ωt + φ) . For purely resistive circuit φ =0; for a purely capacitive circuit φ = π / 2 and for a purely inductive circuit φ = π / 2 . The constant φ is called phase factor. 17. L–R series circuit : The impedance Z of the circuit is given by Z= R2 + ω2L2 . The current i in the steady state is given by i = The applied voltage leads the current by Tan−1⎛ ⎜

ε0 R2 + ω2L2 sin(ωt − φ)

where tan φ = ⎛ ⎜

ωL ⎞ ⎟ ⎝ R ⎠

Lω ⎞ ⎟ ⎝R ⎠

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A. C. Circuits

R i L ωL R φ Z

~

18. R-C series circuit : The impedance Z of the circuit is given by Z= R2 + ⎜ The current i in the steady state is given by i = The applied voltage leads the current by

R i C

1/ωC

⎛ 1 ⎞ ⎟ . ⎝ ωC ⎠

2

ε0 sin(ωt + φ) Z ⎛ 1 ⎞ Tan −1⎜ ⎟ ⎝ ωCR ⎠

where

~

19. LCR series circuit :

R i

φ R

Z

L

C

1/ωC

2 εrms = εR + (εL ~ εC )2

1/ωC-ωL

~

i ωο ω

2

ωL

φ R

Z

1 ⎞ ⎛ Z = R2 + ( XL ~ XC )2 = R2 + ⎜ ωL − ⎟ ωC ⎠ ⎝

tan φ = Lω − 1 / ωC R

; ω0 =

1 LC

1 , tan φ is positive i.e., φ is positive in such case e.m.f leads the current. ωC 1 , tan φ is negative i.e., φ is negative in such case e.m.f lags behind the current. (ii) When Lω < ωC 1 (iii) When Lω = , tan φ is zero i.e., φ is zero in such case current and e.m.f are in phase ωC

(i) When Lω >

**with each other. When XL = XC or ωL =
**

1 , the impedance becomes minimum and hence current will be ωC ε 1 1 . The peak current in this case is 0 . 2π LC R

maximum. The circuit is then said to be resonance and the corresponding frequency is known as resonant frequency. The resonant frequency=

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A. C. Circuits 20. Quality factor of resonance : the selectivity or sharpness of resonant circuit is measured by Qfactor called quality factor. The Q factor or quality factor of a resonant LCR – circuit is defined as ratio of the voltage drop across inductor (or capacitor) to the applied voltage.

Q= volt age acros L(or C) applied voltage Q= 1 R L . C

The Q-factor of LCR series circuit will be large (or more sharpness) if R is low or L is large or C is low. 21. Power in A.C. circuit : The average power P delivered by A.C source in a complete cycle is given by P= εrms .irms cos φ where cos φ is called the power factor of LCR circuit. P also represents the average power delivered in a long time.

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