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This physics video tutorial explains the basics of AC circuits. It shows you how to calculate the capacitive reactance, inductive reactance, impedance of an RLC circuit and how to determine the resonant frequency as well as the phase angle and the power dissipated in the circuit. This physics video has plenty of examples and practice problems for you to work on.
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1. AC Circuits Basics - Peak Voltage and RMS Current
2. Inductive Reactance vs Capacitive Reactance
3. Direct Relationship of Frequency and Inductive Reactance
4. Inverse Relationship of Frequency and Capacitive Reactance
5. RL Circuits Problems - Impedance Calculations
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9. Resistance, Capacitance, & Inductance
10. Impedance Explained
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This physics video tutorial on AC circuits explains how to calculate the resonant frequency of LC circuits using a simple formula. LC circuits are circuits containing only inductors and capacitors.
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For a series RLC circuit with an AC voltage source this video
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In this video, Resonance in the Series RLC circuit has been explained.
So, in this video, what is resonance in series RLC circuit, and what are the different parameters (Q factor, Bandwidth) related to Series RLC circuit has been discussed and in the later part of the video, expression for the resonant frequency, Q factor and Bandwidth of the Series RLC circuit have been derived.
What is Resonance in RLC circuit?
Resonance is the phenomenon in the electrical circuit, where the output of the circuit is maximum at one particular frequency.
And that frequency is known as the resonant frequency.
At the resonant frequency, The capacitive reactance and inductive reactance are equal. ( XL = XC), and the impedance of the circuit will be purely resistive. Not only that, but the value of impedance will be minimum at the resonant frequency. And hence the value of current will be maximum.
So, this series RLC circuit provides the tunability at one particular frequency and this principle is used in radio communication for channel selection.
Now, to define the selectivity of the resonant circuit, two parameters are widely used.
1) Q factor
2) Bandwidth
Q-factor:
Q-factor defines the sharpness of this resonant curve, or it defines the selectivity of the circuit.
It is the ratio of energy stored in the reactive element in the circuit to the energy dissipated across the resistor in the circuit.
So, larger the value of this Q in the circuit, the better the selectivity provided by the circuit.
Q= 1/R √(L/C) = wL/R= 1/(wCR)
Bandwidth:
The bandwidth of the circuit is defined as the difference between the -3dB frequencies or half power frequency.
The smaller, the bandwidth of the circuit, the better will be the selectivity provided by the circuit.
B.W= R/L = w/Q
The timestamps for the different topics which are discussed in the video is given below:
0:45 What is Resonance in the RLC circuit?
7:15 Quality factor
7: 57 Bandwidth of the series resonant circuit
9:19 Derivation for the expression of resonant frequency
11:36 Derivation of bandwidth of the series resonant circuit
16:57 Expression of the Quality factor in terms of the circuit parameter.
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Problem: a) Find the resonance frequency (fo); b) What is the impedance @ fo? c) What is the phase angle @ fo? d) Sketch Z vs f; of the RCL circuit with reactance and Impedance.

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This physics video tutorial provides a basic introduction into series RLC circuits containing a resistor, an inductor, and a capacitor. This video explains how to calculate the resonant frequency of an RLC circuit. It also discusses how to calculate the inductive reactance and the capacitive reactance in the circuit as well as the impedance and the power consumed in the circuit using the power factor. This video on AC circuits has plenty of questions on RLC series circuits.
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In this video, you will learn about the Resonance in Parallel RLC circuit.
So, in this video, you will learn the following things for the parallel Resonant circuits.
1) Resonant Condition
When the inductive reactance and parallel reactance is same in the circuit (XL=XC) then voltage and current in the circuit will be in phase. And the impedance of the circuit will be maximum and purely resistive.
2) Resonant frequency:
The Resonant frequency w = 1/(sqrt(LC))
3) Quality Factor:
Quality factor defines the how the circuit is able to select or reject one particular frequency.
The larger the value of this Q-factor, the better will be the selectivity of the circuit.
For parallel RLC circuit, Q= R/Xc =R/XL
So, Q factor is directly proportional to the value of resistance in the circuit.
The larger the value of resistance in the circuit, the better will be the selectivity of the circuit.
4) Bandwidth:
The bandwidth of the circuit is defined as the difference between the 3 dB frequencies.
For Parallel resonant circuit bandwidth can be defined as,
B.W= 1/(RC)
In terms of the Q-factor Bandwidth can be defined as
B.W= w/Q or Q= w/B.W
So, in this video, the equations for this resonant frequency, Quality Factor and bandwidth have also been derived.
So, Parallel Resonant Circuit has following characteristics:
1) The impedance of the circuit is maximum at resonance.
2) The current in the circuit will be minimum at resonance.
3) Parallel Resonant Circuit will act a Band Stop Filter, as it rejects one frequency and passes all other frequencies. And that's why it is also known as Rejector circuit.
4) The circuit will act as Current Magnifier, as the current through inductor and capacitor gets magnified Q times at resonant frequency.
The timestamps for the different topics in the video is given below:
0:42 Resonance condition in Parallel RLC Circuit
3:30 Derivation of resonant frequency for Parallel RLC Circuit
6:30 Understanding the Resonant curve for Parallel RLC Circuit
8:00 Quality Factor of parallel Resonant circuit
11:11 Bandwidth of Parallel Resonant Circuit and its derivation
17: 55 Current Magnification in Parallel Resonant Circuit
18:58 Summary
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This video introduces true parallel RLC circuits. In this circuit, there is an inductor in parallel with a capacitor, but the internal resistance of the inductor is also taken in to consideration.
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When working with series RLC circuits we have to calculate the net reactance. X net=XL - XC. This is imperative when trying to calculate the circuits impedance.

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For a series RC circuit with an AC voltage source this video works though an example problem showing how to calculate impedance, current and voltage. Also shows how to draw the impedance and voltage phasor diagrams.
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In this video, you will learn about the transient analysis of the RLC circuit. So, in this video, the transient response for the series and parallel RLC Circuit have been discussed. And at the end, few problems related to this Series and Parallel RLC transients have been solved. Also, the response of the circuits in the given solved examples have been plotted for the better understanding of this transients in the RLC Circuit.
Now, in the case of RLC circuit, during the transient analysis, when we write KVL or KCL equation then we will get second order linear differential equation. And the response of the system depends upon the roots of this differential equation.
Now, in the RLC circuits, L and C have a tendency to induce the oscillation in the circuit, while Resistor R has a tendency to suppress or damp out this oscillation.
So, depending upon the value of R, L and C and ultimately on the roots of the equation, we can have 4 different types of response.
For, series RLC Circuit:
Case 1: (R/2L)^2 is greater than (1/LC)
If the roots are real, negative and different, then the response of the system will be an overdamped response.
Case 2: (R/2L)^2 = (1/LC)
If the roots are Real and equal, then the response of the system will be a critically damped response.
Case 3: (R/2L)^2 is less than (1/LC)
If the roots are complex conjugate then the transient response of the circuit will be underdamped and it will have some oscillation in the circuit, which will die out eventually.
Case 4: R=0
The roots will be purely imaginary, and response will be purely oscillatory without any damping.
For, parallel RLC Circuit:
Case 1: (1/2RC)^2 is greater than (1/LC)
If the roots are real, negative and different, then the response of the system will be an overdamped response.
Case 2: (1/2RC)^2 = (1/LC)
If the roots are Real and equal, then the response of the system will be a critically damped response.
Case 3: (1/2RC)^2 is less than (1/LC)
If the roots are complex conjugate then the transient response of the circuit will be underdamped and it will have some oscillation in the circuit, which will die out eventually.
Case 4: R=0
The roots will be purely imaginary, and response will be purely oscillatory without any damping.
The pdf file for the solution of differential equations for the different cases (critically damped and underdamped) is given here.
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Timestamps for the different topics covered in this video is given below:
0:58 Transient Response of Series RLC Circuit
11:05 Graphical Representation of different transient Response
13:20 Transient Response of parallel RLC Circuit
18:48 Example 1: Series RLC Circuit
24:44 Example 2: Parallel RLC Circuit
Link for the other videos related to Transient Analysis:
1) Transient Analysis: Behaviour of basic circuit components
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2) Transient Analysis: First order RL and RC Circuits
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KylJ2v1_c-o&t=199s
3) Transient analysis: Solved Examples on First order RC and RL Circuits
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