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Dielectric ConductorsPowerPoint Presentation: Summary The Capacitor Initially uncharged Charging Fully charged Source removed The charging process… A capacitor with stored charge can act as a temporary battery.PowerPoint Presentation: Capacitance is the ratio of charge to voltage Rearranging, the amount of charge on a capacitor is determined by the size of the capacitor ( C ) and the voltage ( V ). Example If a 22 m F capacitor is connected to a 10 V source, the charge is 220 m C CapacitancePowerPoint Presentation: Capacitance An analogy: Imagine you store rubber bands in a bottle that is nearly full. You could store more rubber bands (like charge or Q ) in a bigger bottle (capacitance or C ) or if you push them in more (voltage or V ). Thus,PowerPoint Presentation: A capacitor stores energy in the form of an electric field that is established by the opposite charges on the two plates. The energy of a charged capacitor is given by the equation Capacitance where W = the energy in joules C = the capacitance in farads V = the voltage in voltsPowerPoint Presentation: The capacitance of a capacitor depends on three physical characteristics. Summary C is directly proportional to and the plate area . the relative dielectric constant C is inversely proportional to the distance between the plates CapacitancePowerPoint Presentation: Summary Find the capacitance of a 4.0 cm diameter sensor immersed in oil if the plates are separated by 0.25 mm. The plate area is The distance between the plates is Capacitance Example 178 pFPowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitor types Mica Mica capacitors are small with high working voltage. The working voltage is the voltage limit that cannot be exceeded.PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitor types Ceramic disk Ceramic disks are small nonpolarized capacitors They have relatively high capacitance due to high e r.PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitor types Plastic Film Plastic film capacitors are small and nonpolarized. They have relatively high capacitance due to larger plate area.PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitor types Electrolytic (two types) Symbol for any electrolytic capacitor Al electrolytic Ta electrolytic Electrolytic capacitors have very high capacitance but they are not as precise as other types and tend to have more leakage current. Electrolytic types are polarized.PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitor types Variable Variable capacitors typically have small capacitance values and are usually adjusted manually. A solid-state device that is used as a variable capacitor is the varactor diode; it is adjusted with an electrical signal.PowerPoint Presentation: Capacitor labeling Capacitors use several labeling methods. Small capacitors values are frequently stamped on them such as .001 or .01, which have units of microfarads. Electrolytic capacitors have larger values, so are read as m F. The unit is usually stamped as m F, but some older ones may be shown as MF or MMF).PowerPoint Presentation: A label such as 103 or 104 is read as 10x10 3 (10,000 pF) or 10x10 4 (100,000 pF) respectively. (Third digit is the multiplier.) Capacitor labeling When values are marked as 330 or 6800, the units are picofarads. Example What is the value of each capacitor? Both are 2200 pF.PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Series capacitors When capacitors are connected in series, the total capacitance is smaller than the smallest one. The general equation for capacitors in series is The total capacitance of two capacitors is …or you can use the product-over-sum rulePowerPoint Presentation: Summary Series capacitors Example If a 0.001 m F capacitor is connected in series with an 800 pF capacitor, the total capacitance is 444 pFPowerPoint Presentation: Summary Parallel capacitors When capacitors are connected in parallel, the total capacitance is the sum of the individual capacitors. The general equation for capacitors in parallel is Example 1800 pF If a 0.001 m F capacitor is connected in parallel with an 800 pF capacitor, the total capacitance isPowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitors in dc circuits When a capacitor is charged through a series resistor and dc source, the charging curve is exponential.PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitors in dc circuits When a capacitor is discharged through a resistor, the discharge curve is also an exponential. (Note that the current is negative.)PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitors in dc circuits The same shape curves are seen if a square wave is used for the source. V S V C V R Question What is the shape of the current curve? The current has the same shape as V R .PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Universal exponential curves Specific values for current and voltage can be read from a universal curve. For an RC circuit, the time constant is Rising exponential Falling exponentialPowerPoint Presentation: Summary The universal curves can be applied to general formulas for the voltage (or current) curves for RC circuits. The general voltage formula is v =V F + ( V i - V F ) e - t/RC V F = final value of voltage V i = initial value of voltage v = instantaneous value of voltage The final capacitor voltage is greater than the initial voltage when the capacitor is charging, or less that the initial voltage when it is discharging. Universal exponential curvesPowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitive reactance Capacitive reactance is the opposition to ac by a capacitor. The equation for capacitive reactance is Example The reactance of a 0.047 m F capacitor when a frequency of 15 kHz is applied is 226 WPowerPoint Presentation: Summary Capacitive phase shift When a sine wave is applied to a capacitor, there is a phase shift between voltage and current such that current always leads the voltage by 90 o .PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Power in a capacitor Voltage and current are always 90 o out of phase. For this reason, no true power is dissipated by a capacitor, because stored energy is returned to the circuit. The rate at which a capacitor stores or returns energy is called reactive power . The unit for reactive power is the VAR (volt-ampere reactive). Energy is stored by the capacitor during a portion of the ac cycle and returned to the source during another portion of the cycle.PowerPoint Presentation: Summary Switched capacitors Switched capacitors move charge in a specific time interval between two points that are different voltages. The switched capacitors emulate a resistor with a value of R =1/ fC . Switched capacitors are widely used in certain types of integrated circuits because they can be made very small, have virtually no drift, and do not dissipate heat.PowerPoint Presentation: Selected Key Terms Capacitor Dielectric Farad RC time constant An electrical device consisting of two conductive plates separated by an insulating material and possessing the property of capacitance. The insulating material between the conductive plates of a capacitor. The unit of capacitance. A fixed time interval set by the R and C values, that determine the time response of a series RC circuit. It equals the product of the resistance and the capacitance.PowerPoint Presentation: Capacitive reactance Instantaneous power ( p ) True power ( P true ) Reactive power ( Pr ) VAR (volt-ampere reactive) The value of power in a circuit at a given instant of time. The power that is dissipated in a circuit usually in the form of heat. The opposition of a capacitor to sinusoidal current. The unit is the ohm. Selected Key Terms The rate at which energy is alternately stored and returned to the source by a capacitor. The unit is the VAR. The unit of reactive power.PowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 1. The capacitance of a capacitor will be larger if a. the spacing between the plates is increased b. air replaces oil as the dielectric c. the area of the plates is increased d. all of the abovePowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 2. The major advantage of a mica capacitor over other types is a. they have the largest available capacitances b. their voltage rating is very high c. they are polarized d. all of the abovePowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 3. Electrolytic capacitors are useful in applications where a. a precise value of capacitance is required b. low leakage current is required c. large capacitance is required d. all of the abovePowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 4. If a 0.015 m F capacitor is in series with a 6800 pF capacitor, the total capacitance is a. 1568 pF b. 4678 pF c. 6815 pF d. 0.022 m FPowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 5. Two capacitors that are initially uncharged are connected in series with a dc source. Compared to the larger capacitor, the smaller capacitor will have a. the same charge b. more charge c. less voltage d. the same voltagePowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 6. When a capacitor is connected through a resistor to a dc voltage source, the charge on the capacitor will reach 50% of its final charge in a. less than one time constant b. exactly one time constant c. greater than one time constant d. answer depends on the amount of voltagePowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 7. When a capacitor is connected through a series resistor and switch to a dc voltage source, the voltage across the resistor after the switch is closed has the shape of a. a straight line b. a rising exponential c. a falling exponential d. none of the abovePowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 8. The capacitive reactance of a 100 m F capacitor to 60 Hz is a. 6.14 k W b. 265 W c. 37.7 W d. 26.5 WPowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 9. If an sine wave from a function generator is applied to a capacitor, the current will a. lag voltage by 90 o b. lag voltage by 45 o c. be in phase with the voltage d. none of the abovePowerPoint Presentation: Quiz 10. A switched capacitor emulates a a. smaller capacitor b. larger capacitor c. battery d. resistorPowerPoint Presentation: Quiz Answers: 1. c 2. b 3. c 4. b 5. a 6. a 7. c 8. d 9. d 10. d You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.