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Title: RLC AC circuit
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on June 06, 2006, 05:02:33 pm
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This applet simulatie an RLC circuit.
You can adjust angular frequency for the AC source ,  R, L, C .

2007/08/05:
 The code has been modified so that you can remove one or two elements.
 Now you can study pure resistor circuit, RC, RL, LC or RLC circuit with this simulation.
 I also add small circle along the circuit loop to simulate the average motion of charge particle in the loop.
 The current flow I in the loop in proportional to (in phase) the voltage of the resistor VR.
 However, there is a 90 degree out of phase between voltage of inductor/capacitor and the current I.
 The slider bar on the left is used to adjust the voltage of the source. V


Title: Re: RLC AC circuit
Post by: fredcfreitas on September 22, 2007, 01:32:27 am
Hi,
Where is the java applet file? I am a undergraduate student and I need this applet for a work in learning of physics. If you have this file already, send-me please.
Thank's


Title: Re: RLC AC circuit
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on September 23, 2007, 12:42:43 am
Click "get files for offline use" button, and you will get related files.


Title: Re: RLC AC circuit
Post by: fredcfreitas on March 07, 2008, 06:48:49 pm
Thanks for attention!
I'm sorry for my donkey question. Anyway, I do my work and your help was very important.
Thanks again.


Title: Re: RLC AC circuit
Post by: DaZyS on October 10, 2010, 09:48:45 pm
Hello sir Fu-Kwun Hwang, I have a circuit with one current source and one memristor.
I want to make something similar to his simulation,
but I don't understand it.
How do you move the balls around the circuit?
Thanks!


Title: Re: RLC AC circuit
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on October 10, 2010, 10:08:02 pm
You can always download EJS jar file. Double click to run it. then Click right mouse button, select "open EJS model"
to view how the EJS simulation was created.

I use particleSet to represent movement of charge particles. You need to set coordinate and velocity for those particles.


Title: Re: RLC AC circuit
Post by: DaZyS on October 12, 2010, 06:27:10 pm
It is impossible! I tried adjusting your graphic part with mine,
but only one ball move and the square and triangular wave have changed!
I'm sending you my EJS's file, could you look it? Thank you.


Title: Re: RLC AC circuit
Post by: Fu-Kwun Hwang on October 12, 2010, 09:20:31 pm
The simulation presented above is a circuit, and I add particles to re-present movement of charged particle in the circuit.

I do not know why you are talking about square wave or triangle wave?
You should not change your model if you just want to add view element.
There is no need to open your file because I do not really understand what you want to do/show?
And I do not know what to look for?


Title: Re: RLC AC circuit
Post by: lookang on April 18, 2011, 09:50:57 pm
this is an excellent applet. can see a lot of effort in making it more useful to teachers and students.
below is a slightly remixed version


Title: Re: RLC AC circuit
Post by: smith88 on August 18, 2011, 04:07:10 am
I also add small circle along the circuit loop to simulate the average motion of charge particle in the loop.
 The current flow I in the loop in proportional to (in phase) the voltage of the resistor VR.
 However, there is a 90 degree out of phase between voltage of inductor/capacitor and the current I.
 The slider bar on the left is used to adjust the voltage of the source. V