New electronics student here.
Can anyone explain what happens to the current when the capacitor opens in an RLC circuit?
Thanks!
Can anyone explain what happens to the current when the capacitor opens in an RLC circuit?
Thanks!
Welcome to All About Circuits!New electronics student here.
Can anyone explain what happens to the current when the capacitor opens in an RLC circuit?
Thanks!
would you explain to me how current will continue in an open series circuit. based on the fact that he is a new electronic student, i think he was looking a beginners answer. granted a magnetic field will collapse and induce a voltage potential on the field windings, etc., in a dampened manner. but will current flow in the circuit???It is likely that the current will not "just stop", since there is an inductor involved
Are you sure you mean RLC circuit or RCL? An RCL circuit contains resistance, capacitance, and inductance whereas anRL circuit is only resistance and inductance.New electronics student here.
Can anyone explain what happens to the current when the capacitor opens in an RLC circuit?
Thanks!
Why would the OP ask what happens to the current when the capacitor opens in an RL circuit? There is no capacitor.Are you sure you mean RLC circuit or RCL? An RCL circuit contains resistance, capacitance, and inductance whereas anRL circuit is only resistance and inductance.
Hi techroomt,would you explain to me how current will continue in an open series circuit. based on the fact that he is a new electronic student, i think he was looking a beginners answer. granted a magnetic field will collapse and induce a voltage potential on the field windings, etc., in a dampened manner. but will current flow in the circuit???
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