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The Electric Charge Stored in the Capacitor of a RLC Circuit in Damped Oscillations Calculator will calculate the:

- Electric charge stored at any instant in the capacitor plates of a RLC circuit in damped oscillations

**Calculator parameters:** The conducting wire of circuit and material the inductor is made from are both uniform and they have the same thickness everywhere; the source supplies AC current

The charge stored in the capacitor at a given instant is C [Coulomb] |

Charge stored in the capacitor at a given instant calculation |
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Q(t) = Q_{0} × e^{-R × t/2L} × cos√ × t - (1/L × C)R/2L^{2}Q(t) = × e^{- × /2 × } × cos√ × - (1/ × )/2 × ^{2}Q(t) = × e^{-/} × cos√ × - (1/)/^{2}Q(t) = × e^{-} × cos√ × - ^{2}RR Q(t) = × e^{-} × cos√ × - Q(t) = × × cos√ × Q(t) = × × cos × Q(t) = × × cosQ(t) = × × Q(t) = |

Electric Charge Stored In The Capacitor Of A Rlc Circuit In Damped Oscillations Calculator Input Values |

Resistance of the RLC circuit (R) Ω [Ohm] |

Inductance of RLC circuit (L) H [Henry] |

Capacitance of RLC circuit (C) F [Farad] |

Maximum charge stored in the capacitor plates (Q_{0}) C [Coulomb] |

Time elapsed (t) s [second] |

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Q(t) = Q_{0} × e^{-R × t/2L} × cos√*1**/**L × C* - (*R**/**2L*)^{2} × t

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