The tutorial on Tank Circuits says to calculate the resonant frequency of a 10µF cap and a 100mH coil you take 1/(2*π*√(LC)), which according to the article says the resonant frequency should be 159.155. Well, I'm coming up with 1591.55. Yes, I know the decimal is in the wrong place, but I'm using Excel to do the calculations. I've tried changing the order of magnitude and go even further away from the AAC answer.
Clarify for me please: 10µF is 0.0001 Farads. Correct?
Clarify for me please: 100mH is 0,1 Henries. Correct?
Isn't micro (µ) smaller than milli (m)?
I only get the right answer when C (10µF) = 0.0001
and H (100mH) = 0.01
That just seems wrong to me.
Clarify for me please: 10µF is 0.0001 Farads. Correct?
Clarify for me please: 100mH is 0,1 Henries. Correct?
Isn't micro (µ) smaller than milli (m)?
I only get the right answer when C (10µF) = 0.0001
and H (100mH) = 0.01
That just seems wrong to me.