Talk:RLC circuit

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copy + paste[edit]

Hello,

this seems to be only a copy from Wikipedia's article w:RLC circuit. Everyone can copy + paste. But not everyone can make a new learning experiment now with this and try to rephrase this in our own words or use Wikipedia's article to generate information or a better learning experience on another level ?

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Yes it is copy paste, but that is not a bad way to start.[edit]

I think this needs to be simplified and adapted to OpenStax University Physics. See https://cnx.org/contents/eg-XcBxE@8.87:JOs6racw@3/153-RLC-Series-Circuits-with-A

This would make a good student project in such a course. What we really need is a derivation, based on complex numbers, of this formula:
▭ RLC series circuit where and

It would be linked to what is now at special:permalink/1827344#Alternating-Current_Circuits

--Guy vandegrift (discusscontribs) 15:07, 6 March 2018 (UTC)