**Electrical Parallel Circuit**

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In parallel circuits, voltage across the various branches of the circuit is the same and as such the applied voltage should be taken as reference phasor to draw the phasor diagram of parallel circuits. The phasor diagram of this circuit with applied voltage as reference phasor is shown in Fig. 1. Current in the inductive branch has been taken greater than that of the current in the capacitive branch. Thus, the resultant of IL and Ic is (ILIC). Current drawn from the supply, I = Phasor sum of IR What do you think will happen in each circuit if you disconnect a wire from between the two cells? Have each group try this and observe what happens. Note: The bulb in the series circuit will go out because there is a gap in the electrical flow..The bulb in the parallel circuit will stay lit because there is still a flow of electricity from the cell adjacent to the bulb. This is an advantage of a parallel circuit Ask the students: □ What do you think will happen if you add more cells to the circuits?Unlike series circuits, where the light bulbs (load devices) divide the total voltage between them, the bulbs in a parallel circuit are individually brighter because each bulb operates on 12 volts and uses all of the power source voltage. MOTOR 1 OHMS (12 AMPS) Fig 1 1 1. more doors, there is less resistance in the flow of people. The extra doors in the room represent additional load devices in a parallel circuit. Resistance to electron flow is reduced because a parallel circuit.has more Oscillations dying Figure 16.11 Graphs of current and impedance against frequency near to resonance for a parallel circuit are shown in Figure 16.10, and are seen to be the reverse of those in a series circuit (from page 215). Rejector circuit The parallel resonant circuit is often described as a rejector circuit since it presents its maximum impedance at the resonant frequency and the resultant current is a minimum. Mechanical analogy Electrical resonance for the parallel circuit can be Oscillations dying Figure 18.11 Graphs of current and impedance against frequency near to resonance for a parallel circuit are shown in Figure 18.10, and are seen to be the reverse of those in a series circuit (from page 270). Rejector.circuit The parallel resonant circuit is often described as a rejector circuit since it presents its maximum impedance at the resonant frequency and the resultant current is a minimum. Mechanical analogy Electrical resonance for the parallel circuit can be For anyone wanting a thorough treatment of DC and AC circuit analysis. This outstanding text has clearly established its niche as a focused, efficient, and stimulating introduction to electric circuits analysis.In a parallel circuit, finding the equivalent resistance of resistors in parallel is done by taking the reciprocal of the sum of the reciprocals. Sounds difficult, but follow the text carefully: l l l Req =l l or l , l Rl R2 40 60 or 3 2 l20 l20 or or l20 l 5 l20 5 (LCD).(Invert) E , l20 24 = 24 ohms l= or l = R or l = 5 amperes The third step required finding the lowest common denominator (LCD) for the values of 40 and 60. which is l20. In the fourth step, we inverted and dropped the number l, which is not Parallel Circuits A PARALLEL CIRCUIT is a circuit that has more than one path through which the electrons may flow. RULE 1: The total current in a parallel circuit is equal to the sum of the currents in all the branches of the circuit. TOTAL CURRENT IT = I1 + I2 + I3, etc. RULE 2: The total voltage across any branch in parallel is equal to the voltage across any other branch and is also equal to the total voltage. TOTAL VOLTAGE ET = E1 = E2 = E3, etc. RULE 3: The total resistance of a This.allows one power source to power more than one circuit or load. A car's accessories and other electrical devices can be individually controlled through the use of parallel circuits. Within a parallel circuit, there is a common path to and from the power source. Each branch or leg of a parallel circuit behaves as if it were an individual circuit. Current flows only through the individual circuits when each is closed or completed. Not all legs of the circuit need to be complete in order for 3.13.3 The parallel resonant circuit The basic form of the parallel resonant circuit is shown in fig. 3.43. The inductor and capacitor are in this case represented by their parallel equivalents and the circuit is driven by a practical current.source. As shown in fig. 3.43(6), the three parallel resistances may be combined to form a single resistance R (or conductance G=l/R). The voltage I7 across the circuit is given by V= I. G+](a>C o>L (3.109) Comparing this equation with the corresponding