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DEPARTMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION

ANDHRA PRADESH

Name : A . Kishtanna.
Designation : Senior Lecturer in E C E.
Branch : Electronics & Commn. Engg.
Institute : 062,G P W, NIZAMABAD.
Semester : III semester.
Subject : Circuit Theory.
Subject Code : EC-303.
Topic : Circuit transients and linear wave Shaping.
Duration : 100Mts.
Sub topic : Initial, Steady state and transient condition.
Teaching Aids : PPT., Diagrams.
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Objectives
On completion of this period, you would be able to Know
the behaviour of circuits under :
•Steady State conditions
•Transient conditions
•With Initial conditions Know the response of RC circuit for
step input
• Know the equation for current, voltage & power in RC
Components
• Problem solving
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Recap
• In the previous sessions we have learnt the behaviour of electrical
circuits under steady state conditions
• The behaviour of circuit is totally different under transient
conditions or during switching or change over from one state to
other
• This condition of changeover is known as Transient and the study
of the same is known as Transient analysis
• Switching operation changes the current and Voltage in the
device.

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Introduction

• Electrical devices are controlled by switches.

• When switch is closed Supply is connected to the device.

• When switch is open Supply is disconnected to the device.

• Switching operation changes the current and Voltage in the

device.

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Electrical properties of passive components

• A Pure resistive device will allow instantaneous change in


current and voltage.

• An inductive device will not allow sudden change in current.

• A capacitive device will not allow sudden change in voltage.

• When switching operation is performed in inductor &

capacitor, then current & voltage will take certain time to change.

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Initial condition

• The state of the circuit element before switching the voltage

or current is called initial condition

• Initial condition must be known to evaluate the arbitrary

constants that show up in general solution of differential equation

• Initial condition in inductor is: at t=0, i=0

• Initial condition in capacitor is : at t=0, v=0


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Transient response

• Transient response is the response (output) of a circuit from

the instant of switching to attainment of steady state.

• To study the response with respect to time, the switching

instant is taken as time origin i.e. t=0.

• The time t=0- is used to denote the time instant just prior to

switching.
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• The time t=0+ is used to denote the time instant immediately
after switching.

• Even the time difference between t=0- to t=0+ is zero.

• It is necessary to define the three time instants 0-,

0 and 0+ because current and voltage in certain elements

may change suddenly.

• The resister will allow sudden change in current & voltage

there fore iR(0+) ≠ iR(0-) and vR(0+) ≠ vR(0-).


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• An inductor will not allow sudden change in current but
allow sudden change in voltage therefore iL(0+) = iL(0-)
and vL(0+) ≠ vL(0-).

• A capacitor will allow sudden change in current but


will not allow sudden change in voltage therefore
iC(0+) ≠ iC(0-) and vC(0+) = vC(0-).

• The response due to stored energy in capacitor and


inductor is called as "natural or free response“.

• The response due to external source is called as


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• In time domain analysis the voltage current relation of

circuit will be in the form of differential equation.

• The response of circuit is the solution of differential equation.

• The solution consists of two parts as shown below.

• Complementary function depends on the nature of the

circuit and its value is zero at t=∞.

• Particular solution depends on the nature of the exciting

source and attains a steady state value at t=∞. 10


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R-C transient Series Circuit
S R

+
i C
V
_

Applying KVLFig.74.1
to the Fig74.1 after closing the switch resu

differential equation. EC303.73 to74 11


• R i+1/C∫ I dt = 0----(1).

• Now differentiating equation (1) with respect to t,

• R di/dt +i/C = 0.

• di/dt + i/RC = 0 Dividing the above equation with R.

• The term d/dt can be represented by a letter D.

• The letter D is called as Del operator.


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• (D + 1/RC)i = 0-------(2).

• Equation (2) is a first order ,linear differential equation of the type


(d-a) y = R.

• The solution to the above type homogeneous equation is .

• Y = C eax + eax ∫e-ax R dx.

• Since R = 0,then particular solution is zero.

• Hence the solution of equation (2) is given by.

• I = C e-t/RC -----(3). EC303.73 to74 13


• To find the constant C consider the initial condition.

• We know that when the switch is closed at t = 0 the voltage across

capacitor can not change suddenly.

• Hence for short time, capacitor is short circuited.

• I0 = V/R at t = 0.

• Substitute I = I0 = V/R at t = 0 in equation (3).

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• V/R = Ce-0/RC.
= C(1).
There fore C = V/R.
Hence i = (V/R)e-t/RC ------(4).

• The equation (4) has a form of exponential decay as shown below.

i
V/R i=(V/R)e-t/RC

1 2 5 RC t
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Fig74.2(Current vs.to74time
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• The corresponding transient voltages are

VR = R .i = R .(V/R)e-t/RC = V .e-t/RC ----(5).

VC = V – VR.

= V – Ve-t/RC.

= V (1 –e-t/RC ) ---------(6).

• The total voltage is the sum of VR + VC

• There fore VT = VR + VC.

= Ve-t/RC + V( 1-e-t/RC).
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=V -----(7).
Voltage
V ..
VR=Ve-t/RC

Time constant RC
Fig 74.3(Voltage across resister vs. time constant).
Voltage
V
VC=V(1-e-t/RC)

Time constant RC
Fig74.4(Voltage across capacitor vs. time constant).
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Instantaneous power in a Resistor is given by
PR = VR . I.

= V . e-t/RC . (V/R) e-t/RC.

= (V2/R) e-2t/RC -------(8).


Power in Resistor
V2/R

PR=(V2/R)e-t/RC
Time constant RC

Fig 74.5 (Power in resistor versus time constant ).


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Instantaneous power in a capacitor is given by
PC = VC . I.
=V(1 – e-t/RC) . (V/R)e-t/RC.
=V2/R( e-t/RC – e-2t/RC).
Power in capacitor
V2/R
PC=V2/R(e-t/RC-e-2t/RC)

. Time constant RC.

Fig74.6 (PC vs. T C).

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Summary

• Voltage and current levels of the reactive components

just before the switching is called Initial condition.

• The complementary function part of the response which

becomes zero as t tends to infinity is called transient response .

• Particular solution part of the response which attains a steady

value as t tends to infinity is called steady state response.


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Summary

• We derived the equations for.

• Current (i)= (V/R)e-t/RC.

• Voltage across resister (VR) = Ve-t/RC .

• Voltage across capacitor (VC) = V(1-e-t/RC).

• Power in resister (PR) = (V2/R)e-2t/RC.

• Power in capacitor (PC) = (V2/R){e-t/RC – e-2t/RC).


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QUIZ
• The time duration from the instant of switching to the attainment
of

steady state is called transient period.

• The response of circuit due to stored energy is called free or


natural response.

• The complementary function is also called as natural response.

• The current at t=0- is equal to current at t=0+ in the component

Inductor.
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Quiz
• (1) The time duration from instant of switching till the
attainment of steady state is called

(a) Initial condition


(b) Final condition
(c) Transient period
(d) None of the above

• (2) The complementary function is called as

(a) Natural response


(b) Forced response
(c) Steady state response
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(d) All the abov
Questions…

4. What is a transient?

6. Why transient occurs in electric circuits?

8. What is free and forced response?

10. What is complementary function?

12. What is steady state response?

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Questions…

5. Explain the DC response of a series RC corcuit (Mar/Apr’2006) ?

10 Define the terms initial condition, steady state and transient


response ?

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