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Re: Circulating Power
Original poster: "Zoran Tukovic by way of Terry Fritz <teslalist-at-qwest-dot-net>" <ztukovic-at-globalnet.hr>
You mean 1/2*C*UČ/ 1 period of frequency of oscillation ?
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Subject: Re: Circulating Power
> Original poster: "Finn Hammer by way of Terry Fritz <teslalist-at-qwest-dot-net>"
> Since you mention both the presence of a capacitor and an oscillation,
> as well as stating that it is ideal, I assume you have a resistively
> lossless L C circuit in mind.
> The initial charge on the capacitor is going to be 1/2*U^2*C . This will
> transfer into 1/2*L*I^2 and back into 1/2*U^2*C.
> Since power is Joule/time, you could say that the power is 1/2*U^2*C/1
> Hope I am right, and that it helps.
> Cheers, Finn Hammer
> Tesla list skriver:
> > Original poster: "Zoran Tukovic by way of Terry Fritz
> <teslalist-at-qwest-dot-net>" <ztukovic-at-globalnet.hr>
> > How can we calculate Circulating Power in ideal condenser discharge
> > oscillating circuit ?
> > Regards,
> > Zoran