Download presentation

1
**Alternating Current Circuits**

Chapter 4 Alternating Current Circuits FCI- F. Univ.

2
**Chapter 4: 4.6 Power in an AC Circuit**

4.7 Resonance in a Series RLC Circuit 4.8 The Transformer and Power Transmission 4.9 Rectifiers and Filters 4-1 AC Sources 4.2 Resistors in an AC Circuit 4.3 Inductors in an AC Circuit 4.4 Capacitors in an AC Circuit 4.5 The RLC Series Circuit FCI- F. Univ.

3
**Objecties: The students should be able to:**

Describe the sinusoidal variation in ac current and voltage, and calculate their effective values. Write and apply equations for calculating the inductive and capacitive reactance for inductors and capacitors in an ac circuit. Describe, with diagrams and equations, the phase relationships for circuits containing resistance, capacitance, and inductance. FCI- F. Univ.

4
**Describe the basic operation of a step up and a step-down transformer.**

Write and apply equations for calculating the impedance, the phase angle, the effective current, the average power, and the resonant frequency for a series ac circuit. Describe the basic operation of a step up and a step-down transformer. Write and apply the transformer equation and determine the efficiency of a transformer. FCI- F. Univ.

5
**4-7 Resonance in an AC Circuit**

Resonance occurs at the frequency ωo where the current has its maximum value To achieve maximum current, the impedance must have a minimum value This occurs when XL = XC Solving for the frequency gives The resonance frequency also corresponds to the natural frequency of oscillation of an LC circuit FCI- F. Univ.

6
Resonance, cont. Resonance occurs at the same frequency regardless of the value of R As R decreases, the curve becomes narrower and taller Theoretically, if R = 0 the current would be infinite at resonance Real circuits always have some resistance FCI- F. Univ.

7
**Power as a Function of Frequency**

Power can be expressed as a function of frequency in an RLC circuit This shows that at resonance, the average power is a maximum FCI- F. Univ.

8
Quality Factor The sharpness of the resonance curve is usually described by a dimensionless parameter known as the quality factor, Q Q = ωo / Δω = (ωoL) / R Δω is the width of the curve, measured between the two values of ω for which avg has half its maximum value These points are called the half-power points FCI- F. Univ.

9
Quality Factor, cont. A high-Q circuit responds only to a narrow range of frequencies Narrow peak A low-Q circuit can detect a much broader range of frequencies FCI- F. Univ.

10
4-8 Transformers An AC transformer consists of two coils of wire wound around a core of iron The side connected to the input AC voltage source is called the primary and has N1 turns FCI- F. Univ.

11
Transformers, 2 The other side, called the secondary, is connected to a resistor R and has N2 turns The core is used to increase the magnetic flux and to provide a medium for the flux to pass from one coil to the other Eddy-current losses are minimized by using a laminated core FCI- F. Univ.

12
**Transformers, 3 Assume an ideal transformer In the primary,**

One in which the energy losses in the windings and the core are zero Typical transformers have power efficiencies of 90% to 99% In the primary, The rate of change of the flux is the same for both coils FCI- F. Univ.

13
**Transformers, 4 The voltage across the secondary is**

The voltages are related by When N2 > N1, the transformer is referred to as a step-up transformer When N2 < N1, the transformer is referred to as a step-down transformer FCI- F. Univ.

14
Transformers, 5 The power input into the primary equals the power output at the secondary I1ΔV1 = I2ΔV2 The equivalent resistance of the load resistance when viewed from the primary is FCI- F. Univ.

15
Transformers, final A transformer may be used to match resistances between the primary circuit and the load This way, maximum power transfer can be achieved between a given power source and the load resistance In stereo terminology, this technique is called impedance matching FCI- F. Univ.

16
4-9 Rectifier The process of converting alternating current to direct current is called rectification A rectifier is the converting device The most important element in a rectifier circuit is the diode A diode is a circuit element that conducts current in one direction but not the other FCI- F. Univ.

17
Rectifier Circuit The arrow on the diode ( ) indicates the direction of the current in the diode The diode has low resistance to current flow in this direction Because of the diode, the alternating current in the load resistor is reduced to the positive portion of the cycle FCI- F. Univ.

18
Half-Wave Rectifier The solid line in the graph is the result through the resistor It is called a half-wave rectifier because current is present in the circuit during only half of each cycle FCI- F. Univ.

19
**Half-Wave Rectifier, Modification**

A capacitor can be added to the circuit The circuit is now a simple DC power supply The time variation in the circuit is close to zero It is determined by the RC time constant of the circuit This is represented by the dotted lines in the previous graph FCI- F. Univ.

20
**4-10 Filter Circuit, Example**

A filter circuit is one used to smooth out or eliminate a time-varying signal After rectification, a signal may still contain a small AC component This component is often called a ripple By filtering, the ripple can be reduced Filters can also be built to respond differently to different frequencies FCI- F. Univ.

21
High-Pass Filter The circuit shown is one example of a high-pass filter A high-pass filter is designed to preferentially pass signals of higher frequency and block lower frequency signals FCI- F. Univ.

22
High-Pass Filter, cont At low frequencies, ΔVout is much smaller than ΔVin At low frequencies, the capacitor has high reactance and much of the applied voltage appears across the capacitor At high frequencies, the two voltages are equal At high frequencies, the capacitive reactance is small and the voltage appears across the resistor FCI- F. Univ.

23
Low-Pass Filter At low frequencies, the reactance and voltage across the capacitor are high As the frequency increases, the reactance and voltage decrease This is an example of a low-pass filter FCI- F. Univ.

24
Summary: 1- If an AC circuit consists of a source and a resistor, the current is in phase with the voltage. That is, the current and voltage reach their maximum values at the same time. 2- The rms current and rms voltage in an AC circuit: where Imax and ∆Vmax are the maximum values. FCI- F. Univ.

25
3- If an AC circuit consists of a source and an inductor, the current lags behind the voltage by 90°. That is, the voltage reaches its maximum value one quarter of a period before the current reaches its maximum value. 4- If an AC circuit consists of a source and a capacitor, the current leads the voltage by 90°. That is, the current reaches its maximum value one quarter of a period before the voltage reaches its maximum value. it is useful to define the inductive reactance XL and the capacitive reactance XC as where ω is the angular frequency of the AC source. The SI unit of reactance is the ohm. FCI- F. Univ.

26
**5- The impedance Z of an RLC series AC circuit is**

This expression illustrates that we cannot simply add the resistance and reactances in a circuit. with the phase angle ϕ between the current and voltage being 6- The sign of ϕ can be positive or negative, depending on whether XL is greater or less than XC. The phase angle is zero when XL =XC. 7- The average power delivered by the source in an RLC circuit is FCI- F. Univ.

27
**8- The rms current in a series RLC circuit is**

9- The resonance frequency ω0 of the circuit is The current in a series RLC circuit reaches its maximum value when the frequency of the source equals ω0 —that is, when the “driving” frequency matches the resonance Frequency. 10- Transformers allow for easy changes in alternating voltage. Because energy (and therefore power) are conserved, we can write FCI- F. Univ.

28
**GOOD LUCK FOR EVERY Physics 1**

تمنياتي للجميع التوفيق والنجاح GOOD LUCK FOR EVERY Physics 1 STUDENTS FCI- F. Univ.

Similar presentations

© 2022 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

To make this website work, we log user data and share it with processors. To use this website, you must agree to our Privacy Policy, including cookie policy.

Ads by Google