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Chapter 5 : Capacitor & Inductor

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CHAN KAR FAI

on 11 December 2013

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Transcript of Chapter 5 : Capacitor & Inductor

Capacitor
Passive element designed to store energy in electric field
Capacitance is define as the capability to store charge.

Inductors
Passive element designed to store energy in its magnetic field.
Voltage across the inductor directly propotional to the rate of change of current

To increase capacitance
A dielectric inserted between parallel-plates.

Series Equivalent Capacitor
Parallel Equivalent Capacitor
Work done to charge capacitor
Current , Voltage Relationship
Chapter 5 : Capacitor & Inductor
Power and Energy stored of Inductors
Power of Inductor

Energy Stored

Series Equivalent Inductor
Parallel Equivalent Inductor
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