## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 248Pergamon Press, 1949 |

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**circuit**into a simple one - node**circuit**. E1 = 10 μf , R1 = R2 = R3 = 1000 ohms , R = 50 ohms . 100 , at t = 0. Find an expression for the voltage across R , after the switch- ing action . Solution : By observing the**circuit**of Fig . 4 ...Page 388

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**circuit**L2 R1 доб R2 R3 گام ¡ ¡ ec ( 0+ ) + e eclo + ) + 12 ( a ) R R2 www L2 L3 R3 ww R4 E ( b ) = R3 = 100 ohms ...**circuit**, Thevenin's theorem may be used to replace the part of the**circuit**to the left of terminals 1-2 . The open ...Page 389

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**circuit**is drawn in Fig . 5 ( b ) . Before the switching operation , the current in L1⁄2 is i1⁄2 which is 1 sin wt and the voltage across C is ( i + i1⁄2 ) / jwc which is 398 sin ( wt - 90 ° ) . 90 ° ) . Therefore , at t = 0+ , i12 ( 0+ ) ...### Contents

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