We already know that there are broadly two types of connection: series and parallel. Series circuit is one in which current remains the same along each element. Now we will talk about LCR circuit. The LCRÂ circuit analysis can be understood better in terms of phasors. A phasor is a rotating quantity.

For an inductor (L), if we consider I to be our reference axis, then voltage leads by 90Â° and for the capacitor the voltage lags by 90Â°. But theÂ resistance, current and voltage phasors are always in phase.

Following is the table explaining other **related concepts of circuit**:

## Analysis of an LCR circuit – series circuit

Letâ€™s consider the following lcr circuit using the current across the circuit to be our reference phasor because it remains the same for all the components in a series lcr circuit.

AsÂ described above the overall phasor will look like below:

From the above phasor diagram we know that,

\(V^2\)

Now Current will be equal in all the three as it is a series LCR circuit. Therefore,

\(V_R\)

\(V_L\)

\(V_c\)

Using (1), (2), (3) and (4)

\(I\)

Also the angle between \(V\)

\(tan~ âˆ…\)

It can also be represented in terms of impedance,

\(tan~ âˆ…\)

Depending upon the values of \(X_L\)

we have three possible conditions,

- If \(X_L > X_c\)
, then \(tan âˆ… > 0\) and the voltage leads the current and the circuit is said to be inductive - If \(X_L < X_c\)
, then \(tan âˆ… < 0\) and the voltage lags the current and the circuit is said to be capacitive - If\(X_L\)
=\(X_c\) , then \(tan ~âˆ…\) = \(0\) and the voltage is in phase with the current and is known as resonant circuit.

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