I am stumped, I am aware there is a calculation to describe this, or one can describe it by analysing the back emf and magenetic field, but I am not sure about either.
What would happen to the relationship?
What would happen to the relationship?
Hi,BTW -- what is CIVIL?
I have calculated the size of the capacitor to be 239 micro faradsSo, have you calculated the inductive reactance in ohms (Ω) for the inductor? Do you know the expression for capacitive reactance? It is a function of frequency and capacitance.
BTW -- what is CIVIL?
Have you ever heard of the mnemonic: "ELI the ICE man"? It is a handy way to remember the relationship you are after.
https://www.electrical4u.com/eli-the-ice-man/
So what happens to the impedance of the capacitor if you double the value from 239 μF to 478 μF, but you leave the value of the inductor the same?I have calculated the size of the capacitor to be 239 micro farads
OK, this is Homework Help, not homework done for you. You have computed the value of a capacitor to have the same impedance as an inductor, so presumably you can compute the impedance of a capacitor that is twice the size. Hint: it gets smallerI’m not sure if I’m perfectly honest
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