Single Tuned Circuit

Single Tuned Circuit:

Consider the Single Tuned Circuit in Fig. 10.21. A tank circuit (i.e. a parallel resonant circuit) on the secondary side is inductively coupled to coil (1) which is excited by a source, υi. Let Rs be the source resistance and R1,R2 be the resistances of coils, 1 and 2, respectively. Also let L1,L2 be the self inductances of the coils, 1 and 2, respectively.

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Let

with the assumption that Rs >> R1 >> jωL1. The mesh equations for the circuit shown Rs in Fig. 10.21 are

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or

The output voltage

The voltage transfer function, or voltage amplification, is given by

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When the secondary side is tuned, i.e. when the value of the frequency ω is such that ωL2 = 1/ωC, or at resonance frequency ωr, the amplification is given by

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the current i2 at resonance

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Thus, it can be observed that the output voltage, current and amplification depends on the mutual inductance M at resonance frequency, when M = K√L1L2. The maximum output voltage or the maximum amplification depends on M. To get the condition for maximum output voltage, make dυo/dM = 0.

From which,

or

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From the above value of M, we can calculate the maximum output voltage. Thus

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or the maximum amplification is given by

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The variation of the amplification factor or output voltage with the coefficient of coupling of Single Tuned Circuit is shown in Fig. 10.22.

Single Tuned Circuit

Updated: December 28, 2019 — 2:30 pm