SOLVE THE SERIES OF RLC CIRCUIT VIA THE TIME-DEPENDENT VOLTAGE SINE FUNCTION USING WRONSKIAN’S OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION

  • Artit Hutem
  • Nutnicha Masoongnoen Wittayanukulnaree School,208 Ni-Muang Sub District, Muang District, Phetchabun, Thailand 67000
Keywords: Time-dependent energy static charge, Time-dependent electric charge, Time-dependent voltage

Abstract

In this paper, we developed the mathematics and physics of the series of RLC circuits. The purpose of this study is to calculate for finding the time-dependent electric charge and the time-dependent energy static charge that because of time-dependent voltage which in sine function by using the second-order non-homogeneous linear ordinary differential equation and integration by part technique. We find that the charge corresponds to capacitance but inversely proportional to induction. The wave group of the time-dependent energy static charge depends on the ratio between resistance with double inductance and angular frequency parameter.

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Published
2021-08-19
How to Cite
Hutem, A., & Masoongnoen, N. (2021). SOLVE THE SERIES OF RLC CIRCUIT VIA THE TIME-DEPENDENT VOLTAGE SINE FUNCTION USING WRONSKIAN’S OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION: . PSRU Journal of Science and Technology, 6(2), 22-35. Retrieved from https://ph01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/Scipsru/article/view/243810
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