Hi.
I have uploaded the circuit image. I am trying to form this into a second order differential equation.
What I know:
V = L di/dt
Ic = C dv/dt
V = IR
My issue is that the components are in parallel and am not used to this.
When the components are in series, I would sum the voltages using Kirchoffs law and then use the above equations to make the formula in terms of current (if there was a current source). I do not know how the initial equation should be written in this parallel case.
Thank you in advance.
I have uploaded the circuit image. I am trying to form this into a second order differential equation.
What I know:
V = L di/dt
Ic = C dv/dt
V = IR
My issue is that the components are in parallel and am not used to this.
When the components are in series, I would sum the voltages using Kirchoffs law and then use the above equations to make the formula in terms of current (if there was a current source). I do not know how the initial equation should be written in this parallel case.
Thank you in advance.
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