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- Energy Decay as a Function of Time in Damped Oscillations in RLC circuits

**Calculation parameters:** The conducting wire of circuit and material the inductor is made from are both uniform and they have the same thickness everywhere; the source supplies AC current.

The Energy Decay as a Function of Time in Damped Oscillations in RLC circuits for small values of resistance R is J [Joule] |

The Energy Decay as a Function of Time in Damped Oscillations in RLC circuits for large values of resistance R J [Joule] |

Electric energy remained in the RLC circuit calculation |
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W_{e} (t) = × eQ^{2}_{0}/2C^{-R × t/L} × cos^{2} × t + φ1/L × CW _{e} (t) = × e^{2}/2 × ^{- × /} × cos^{2} × 1/ × + W _{e} (t) = × e/^{-/} × cos^{2} × 1/ + W _{e} (t) = × e^{} × cos^{2} × + W _{e} (t) = × × cos^{2} W _{e} (t) = × × W _{e} (t) = |

Electric energy remained in the RLC circuit calculation |

W_{e} (t) = × eQ^{2}_{0}/2C^{-R × t/L} × cos^{2} √ × t + φ - (1/L × C)R/2L^{2}W _{e} (t) = × e^{2}/2 × ^{- × /} × cos^{2} √ × - (1/ × )/2 × ^{2} + W _{e} (t) = × e/^{-/} × cos^{2} √ × - (1/)/^{2} + W _{e} (t) = × e^{} × cos^{2} √ × - ()^{2} + W _{e} (t) = × × cos^{2} √ × - + W _{e} (t) = × × cos^{2} √ × + W _{e} (t) = × × cos^{2} × + W _{e} (t) = × × cos^{2} W _{e} (t) = × × W _{e} (t) = |

Energy Decay As A Function Of Time In Damped Oscillations Calculator Input Values |

Resistance of the RLC circuit (R) Ω [Ohm] |

Inductance of RLC circuit (L) H [Henry] |

Capacitance of RLC circuit (C) F [Farad] |

Maximum charge stored in the capacitor plates (Q_{0}) C [Coulomb] |

Time elapsed (t) s [second] |

Initial phase (φ) rad [radian] |

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W_{e} (t) = *Q*^{2}_{0}*/**2C* × e^{-R × t/L} × cos^{2} *1**/**L × C* × t + φ

W_{e} (t) = *Q*^{2}_{0}*/**2C* × e^{-R × t/L} × cos^{2} √*1**/**L × C* - (*R**/**2L*)^{2} × t + φ

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