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What else?
« on: January 24, 2013, 06:28:36 am »
E= 1J = 1W*1s Joules
L= E/A^2 = (1V*1s)/1A Henrie
C= E/V^2 = (1A*1s)/1V Faraday
t/2= Pi*sqrt(L*C) Second
A= V/R Ampere
XL= sqrt(L/C) Ohm
F= 1/t Hertz
V= Q/C Volt

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_(unit)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Farad
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joule

it= dQ/dt = C dV/dt

Vt= L di/dt

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inductor
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Capacitor

τ= L/R = C*R

C= dQ/dV
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Re: What else?
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2013, 23:17:06 pm »
it's not tau it's τ  :P

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1amp aplied for 1 second into 1 faraday capacitor equal 1 volt...
« Reply #2 on: January 25, 2013, 05:07:29 am »
The definition says the voltage in a capacitor equals the charge applied to the capacitor.
 
1amp aplied for 1 second into 1 faraday capacitor equal 1 volt...

what is restriction of amps than?

A 1henrie inductor will have 1amp flowing thru it if 1 volt is applied for 1 second...

What is the doubled pulse than? 

In a resonant circuit the energy becomes all magnetic at one time and all eletcric at the other...

A diode can prevent a capacitor from discharge....

than?

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Re: 1amp aplied for 1 second into 1 faraday capacitor equal 1 volt...
« Reply #3 on: January 26, 2013, 00:43:02 am »
The definition says the voltage in a capacitor equals the charge applied to the capacitor.
 
1amp aplied for 1 second into 1 faraday capacitor equal 1 volt...

what is restriction of amps than?

A 1henrie inductor will have 1amp flowing thru it if 1 volt is applied for 1 second...

What is the doubled pulse than? 

In a resonant circuit the energy becomes all magnetic at one time and all eletcric at the other...

A diode can prevent a capacitor from discharge....

than?

A diode can prevent a perfect capacitor fom discharge.  Since there is no perfect capacitor, then?

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Re: What else?
« Reply #4 on: January 26, 2013, 17:55:55 pm »
to Ts,make a real water capacitor can solve that.

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Re: What else?
« Reply #5 on: January 26, 2013, 19:31:13 pm »
to Ts,make a real water capacitor can solve that.

thanks
geenee

Huh?

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Re: 1amp aplied for 1 second into 1 faraday capacitor equal 1 volt...
« Reply #6 on: January 27, 2013, 06:43:31 am »
The definition says the voltage in a capacitor equals the charge applied to the capacitor.
 
1amp aplied for 1 second into 1 faraday capacitor equal 1 volt...

what is restriction of amps than?

A 1henrie inductor will have 1amp flowing thru it if 1 volt is applied for 1 second...

What is the doubled pulse than? 

In a resonant circuit the energy becomes all magnetic at one time and all eletcric at the other...

A diode can prevent a capacitor from discharge....

than?

Volts and Amps are different units that are not directly interchangeable.  You cannot say 1A = 1V in any context.  It's like saying 1 lb/sq inch air  pressure equals 1 cubic inch of air volume.  It doesn't make sense because the two units are not interchangeable this way.

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Re: What else?
« Reply #7 on: January 28, 2013, 05:30:16 am »
of course, but i'm not saying that.

i'm only saying that for a capacitor of 1 faraday to get 1 volt it must flow 1 coulomb of charge, if its done in one second 1 ampere will be the average current...

thats the definition...

same for henrie

what is one henrie?

is the inductance that will let 1 ampere of current to flow if 1 volt is applied for 1 second..

the voltage across a capacitor will equal the charge stored in this capacitor

the current flowing in a coil similarly equal the voltage charge aplied..