## Parallel Resonance

`Objectives:`

After completing this lab experiment using, you should be able to:

Observe the effect of frequency on impedance.

Observe the effect of Quality factor on parallel resonance.

Calculate and verify the resonant frequency in a parallel LC circuit.

Identify the phase relation between current and voltage in a parallel LC circuit.

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Parts List:
Resistor (2) 1 Ω, (1) 100 Ω, (1) 500 Ω.
Inductor (1) 100 mH.
Capacitor (1) 47 nF.
Procedures:
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Part I:

Connect the following circuit in Multisim.

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Figure 1: Parallel LC Circuit
Calculate the exact resonant frequency, fr, of the circuit using the flowing equation:
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f_r=√(1-((R_W^2∙C)⁄L))/(2π√LC)=2.32kHz

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Calculate the inductive reactance, capacitive reactance, total reactance (XL||XC) impedance magnitude, and phase angle for each frequency shown in Table 1. Ignore the winding resistance for your calculations.
Measure and record the resistor voltage for each of the frequencies listed in Table 1.
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Frequency

(in Hz) Calculated Measured

XL XC XT VR(rms)

700 439.8 Ω 4837.5 Ω -4397.7 20.589 mV

900 565.5 Ω 3762.5 Ω -3197.0 14.961 mV

1k 628.3Ω 3386.3 Ω -2758 12.902 mV

2k 1256.6 Ω 1693.1 Ω -436.5 2.007 mV

Resonant freq. 2.32k (fr)

(from step 2) 1457.7Ω 1459.6 Ω -1.9 83.637 uV

3k 1885 Ω 1128.8 Ω 756.2 3.6 mV

5k 3141.6 Ω 677.3 Ω 2464.3 11.64 mV

7k 4398.2 Ω 483.8 Ω 3914.4 18.472 mV

Table 1: Calculated and measured values

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Draw the frequency response curve from the above results on Plot 1.
Connect multimeters or current probes to measure total current or resistor current (IR), inductor current (IL) and capacitor current (IC).
Measure and record the rms values for IR, IL, and IC in Table 2.
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Frequency (in Hz) IC IL IR

700 2.074 mA 22.663 mA 20.589 mA

900 2.666 mA 17.627 mA 14.961 mA

1k 2.963 mA 15.864 mA 12.902 mA

2k 5.925 mA 7.932 mA 2.007 mA

Resonant freq. (from step 2) 2.32kHz 6.814 mA 6.897 mA 83.637 uA

3k 8.888 mA 5.288 mA 3.6 mA

5k 14.813 mA 3.173 mA 11.64 mA

7k 20.738 mA 2.266 mA 18.472 mA

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Table 2: Measured voltage values
Draw the current phasor on Plot 2.
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Plot 2: Current Phasor

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Disconnect the digital multimeters from the circuit.
Connect the Bode plotter as shown in Figure 2.
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Figure 2. Circuit with Bode Plotter

`Measure the resonant frequency using the Bode plotter as show in Figure 3. `

Figure 3. Bode Plot Output Showing Resonant Frequency

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Record the resonant frequency for the circuit in Table 3.
Calculate the Q factor for the circuit using the following equation.
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Q= X_L/R_W

Replace the winding resistor RW with a 100 Ω resistor as shown in Figure 4.

Figure 4. Parallel Resonant Circuit with RW = 100 Ω

`Calculate the exact resonant frequency, fr, of the circuit using the flowing equation:`

f_r=√(1-((R_W^2∙C)⁄L))/(2π√LC)

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Measure and record the resonant frequency for the circuit in Table 3.
Calculate the Q factor for the circuit using the following equation.
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Q= X_L/R_W

Replace the winding resistor RW with a 500 Ω resistor.

Calculate the exact resonant frequency, fr,

Measure and record the resonant frequency for the circuit in Table 3.

Calculate the Q factor for the circuit using the following equation.

Q= X_L/R_W

`Resonant Frequency `

Winding Resistance Calculated Measured Q Factor

1 Ω 2.321 kHz 2.344 kHz 0.1

100 Ω 2.316 kHz 2.344 kHz 0.001

500 Ω 2.181 kHz 2.291 kHz 0.0002

Table 3. Resonant Frequency and Q Factor