Just use a method of circuit analysis but instead of using the frequency domain (impedances) to analyze the circuit represent the voltage or the current for an inductor or capacitor with their derivative function.can help me find out the differential equation?
Now apply Lapalce transform..do arithmatic...solve by PD and take inverse Laplace...vola...you get the answerAfter looking at your problem I realise that I dunno how to do it too
Vi + V(R1) + 1/C∫ i dt = 0
(1/C)∫ i dt + L (di/dt) + v(R2) = 0
Vi + V(R2) + L di/dt + V(R2) = 0
I remember it being somewhere in last sem notes but I cant seem to recall how to do it
by Luke James
by Luke James
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