The current in an R-L circuit grows by the following equation:
i = 5 [ 1 - e ^(R/L t ) ]
Where I is the current, R the resistance, L the inductance and t the time.
Determine the resistance R, given that the inductance L is 0.4 H and the current I is 4.5 amperes at t = 0.115 s.
i = 5 [ 1 - e ^(R/L t ) ]
Where I is the current, R the resistance, L the inductance and t the time.
Determine the resistance R, given that the inductance L is 0.4 H and the current I is 4.5 amperes at t = 0.115 s.