## Arduino Assignment Help - Sample solution for Arduino Solution for How Capacitors Work

• 19th Jan, 2023
• 17:19 PM

Arduino Assignment Help - Solution for How Capacitors Work

Phase 1:

These are the conclusions after observing the circuit

• The capacitor starts charging when the battery voltage is gradually increased from zero to peak value. The charge between the plates is maximum when the battery voltage is maximum.
• The capacitor starts discharging when battery voltage starts decreasing gradually from peak value to zero. The charge on the plates of the capacitor is zero when the battery voltage is zero.
• Increasing the surface area of the plates increases the charge on them and vice versa.
• Increased distance between plates increases the charge on them and vice versa.

Phase 2:

These are the conclusions after observing the circuit

• The charge on a certain area of the plates is higher if there is a dielectric between that area of the plates.
• When the battery voltage is kept non-zero and constant, the capacitor starts discharging when the dielectric offset is continually increased and vice versa.

Phase 3:
These are the conclusions after observing the circuit

• The total capacitance of all the capacitors in parallel is the sum of their individual capacitance. For example, using a single 10uF capacitor in a circuit is the same as using two 5uF capacitors connected in parallel.
• As we know, the total capacitance of all the capacitors connected in series is calculated, It holds for the observation as well.
• Unlike resistors, capacitors diminish in series and add in series.