RC and L/R Time Constant – Definition
In the case of RC time constant, we will define that a fixed or constant time period a capacitor takes to charge 63.2 percent voltage. But the complete charging upto 100% will be complete after 5 time constant. In the case of L/R time constant, we can simply understand that an inductor takes 1 L/R time constant to complete the current change upto 63.2%. The only difference between RC v.s R/L time constant is just a concept of current and voltage.
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RC Time Constant in Electronic Circuit (Objective Questions)
Q1. The time constant is the time required to change upto ________ percent voltage through capacitor and current through inductor. .
Q2. The transient response is measured in the term of L/R ratio. True / False
Q3. The formula used to calculate the time constant in inductive circuit is ___________.
Q4. When an inductive Cct is opened, the time constant for current becomes very short. True / False
Q5. The energy stored in the magnetic field is______________________.
- E = 64 × 10-4 J
- E = 1/2 LCR
- E = 1/2 LI2
- a & c are correct
Q6. When the voltage across the capacitor and current across the inductor becomes equal to the source current or voltage is five time constant . True / False
Q7. The current in inductor reached to the 63.2% within 0.1 sec then the current rises to 100% within _________ sec.
Q8. In the inductive circuit, the current reaches to the 63.2% in 1 L/R time constant and becomes 100% within 5 L/R time constant. True / False
Q9. The RC time constant becomes __________ with larger value of R & C.
- a & b are correct
- all are correct
Q10. The high value of self induced voltage across inductor produces when RL circuit is opened. True / False
Q11. When RL circuit is opened, the produce self-induce voltage which is ________ than the applied voltage.
Q12. The neon bulb requires 90 voltages for the ionization function. True / False
Q13. The formula to calculate the time constant in capacitive circuit is _____________.
- R/L × C
Q14. The energy stored in a capacitor formula is E = 1/2 CV2 True / False
Q15. The long or short time constant RC time constant depends on the ____________ of applied voltage.
- pulse width
Q16. A short RC time constant is equal to the one-fifth pulse width of the applied voltage. True / False
Q17. A ________ RC time constant is equal to the 5 times longer pulse width of applied voltage.
Q18. The voltage across R in a RC circuit is called differentiated output. True / False
Q19. The voltage across C in an RC circuit is called ______________ circuit.
Q20. A short & medium time constant is generally used for differentiated circuit. True / False
Answer: False (Only Short)
Q21. A _____________ time constant is generally used for integrated circuit.
- b & c are correct
Q22. Generally, the time constant is made much shorter or longer than a factor of 5 to get better wave shapes. True / False
Q23. The factor of 0.5 time constant is equal to the amplitude of ______________.
Q24. The factor of 4-time constant is equal to the amplitude of 98%. True / False
Q25. The amplitude of 86% is equal to the time constant of _____________.
Q26. The method of time constant is used for L & C to analysis the non-sinusoidal wave-forms. True / False
Q27. The ___________ method is used with L & C to analysis the sinusoidal waveform.
- Time Constant
- All are correct