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In an LCR a.c circuit at resonance, is the current always in phase with voltage? Justify plzz

In an LCR a.c circuit at resonance, is the current always in phase with voltage? Justify plzz

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
2 years ago

At resonance a circuit's net reactance equals zero Ohms and the net impedance is all resistive. Therefore the phase difference between current and Voltage is 0 degrees,

Phase angle = art tan (0 Ohms)/(finite Ohms) = arc tan 0 = 0 degrees

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