The first-order differential equation for a series L-R network is: Ldi/dt + Ri = E Given L = 4 H, R = 12 Ohm and E = 24 V, solve the differential equation to determine the current (i) at 0.2 seconds after the network is energised, assuming the initial current is 0.5 A

78 6 - The first-order differential equation for a series L-R network is: Ldi/dt + Ri = E Given L = 4 H, R = 12 Ohm and E = 24 V, solve the differential equation to determine the current (i) at 0.2 seconds after the network is energised, assuming the initial current is 0.5 A

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images - The first-order differential equation for a series L-R network is: Ldi/dt + Ri = E Given L = 4 H, R = 12 Ohm and E = 24 V, solve the differential equation to determine the current (i) at 0.2 seconds after the network is energised, assuming the initial current is 0.5 A

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