## Parallel RLC Circuit Analysis

Parallel RLC Circuit is the opposite of the serial circuit that we looked at in the previous tutorial, but some

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## Parallel RLC Circuit Analysis

## What is RMS Value?

## Harmonics

## Parallel Resonance Circuit

## Average Value

## Passive Components in AC Circuits

## Serial Resonance Circuit

## Power Triangle and Power Factor

## Reactive Power

## What is True RMS Multimeter?

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Parallel RLC Circuit is the opposite of the serial circuit that we looked at in the previous tutorial, but some

Continue readingThe RMS or active value of a sinusoidal waveform gives the same heating effect of an equivalent DC resource In

Continue readingHarmonics are unwanted high frequencies that create a distorted wave pattern superimposed on the basic waveform. In an AC circuit,

Continue readingParallel resonance occurs when the feeding frequency creates a zero phase difference between the supply voltage and the current that

Continue readingIn this tutorial, we will look at calculating the average voltage value of a sinusoidal waveform using both the middle

Continue readingPassive components are circuit devices that can only reduce and increase the electrical power applied to them. Electrical and electronic

Continue readingResonance in a series of circuits occurs when the feeding frequency causes the voltages between L and C to be

Continue readingThe subject of this article will be the power triangle and the power factor. More commonly called Direct Current or

Continue readingReactive Powercan best be defined as the amount of "unused" power developed by reactive components in an AC circuit or

Continue readingTrue RMS multimeter (RMS = square root of squared averages) is the name given to multimeters that can measure alternating

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