IJMTES – ANALYSIS OF FAULT IN RLC CIRCUIT USING SMART PHONES

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : P Swethamarai | K Dinesh | V MuthuKumar  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 06 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 92-96

Abstract – Over the last few years, the parameters calculation and graphical representations are been carried with the help of the components and the graph is obtained with the CRO instruments.   Hence we have improvised the speed of calculating the respective parameters and plotting the graph for all the possible values for the practical utilisation. Here we describe about the series and the parallel RLC circuit with an android application. This method provokes the students to obtain the results much easier and the cost of materials can also be avoided. During the flaw infirmity the analysis of the transmission parameters are done in efficient manner by using android app .The application supports android operating system from froyo to lollipop. The code is done based on the basic differential equations and also on the formulas relating to the series ad parallel circuit of RLC. Then by using the android development tool the frames, pixel and other graphics are too obtained. Finally the graph is been plotted for various parameters and been plotted by using the graphical plot toll in android. This method of calculating the values of different parameters are been efficient and simple of cost.

KeywordsAndroid Studio , Android, Maven and gradle compilers, Series and parallel RLC Circuit, Resonance 

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