Find the resonant frequency, Electrical Engineering

Find the resonant frequency:

Find the resonant frequency ω0 (or f0) for the given series RLC circuit

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v = Vm sin ωt = 50 sin ωt

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Also determine the expression for resonant current.

Solution

R = 10 Ω, L = 2 Henry, C = 20 μF

 Under resonance:

                                  XL = XC

                               ωL =   1 /ωC

∴          ω0 =1 / √(LC)

=          1/ √(2 × 20 × 10- 6)     = 0.158 × 103

and

           fo   = 1/2π √( LC)  = 25.16 Hz

Current i is given by i = V/ Z

But at resonance Z = R or 10 Ω

So        i = Vm sin ωt/R    =50 sin ωt/10      = 5 sin ωt Amp

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