

Electromagnetic Oscillations and Waves
Oscillating circuit (R.C.) is a chain consisting of capacitors and inductors. Under certain conditions r. c. can cause electromagnetic oscillations of the charge, current, voltage and power.
Consider the circuit shown in Figure 2. If you put the key in position 1, there will be a charge on the capacitor and its plates will charge Q and voltage UC. If you then put the key in position 2, the capacitor will discharge, a current will flow in the circuit, and the energy of the electric field between the plates of a capacitor, will be transformed into the energy of the magnetic field is concentrated in the inductor L. The presence of the inductor causes the current in the circuit increases, not immediately, but gradually due to the phenomenon of selfinduction. As the discharge of the capacitor charge on its plates will be reduced, the current in the circuit to increase. Maximum loop current to reach at a charge equal to zero on the plates. Since then loop current will begin to decrease, but, due to the phenomenon of selfinduction, it will be supported by the magnetic field of the coil, ie at full capacitor discharge magnetic energy stored in the inductor, the energy will go into the electric field. Because of the loop current will begin recharging the capacitor and its plates will accumulate a charge opposite to the original. Recharging of the capacitor will be long until the power of the magnetic field coil goes into the energy of the electric field condenser. The process is then repeated in the opposite direction, and, thus, in the chain of any electromagnetic vibrations. We write the 2nd Kirchoff's considered r.c.
 Differential equation R.C. We obtain the differential equation for the oscillations of charge r. c. This equation is similar to the differential equation describing the motion of a body under the quasielastic force. Therefore, will likewise be recorded and solution of this equation
 The equation of charge oscillations r. c.  Equation of voltage fluctuations on the capacitor plates r. c.  Equation of the current oscillations r. c. 2. Damped oscillations r. c. Consider the R.C. containing capacitance, inductance and resistance. 2nd Kirchhoff's law in this case is written as damping factor ,  own cyclic frequency .
differential equation of damped oscillations r. c.  equation of damped oscillations of the charge r. c.  law of variation of the amplitude of the charge for the damped oscillations in the R.C.:
 The period of the damped oscillations .
 damping rate .
 logarithmic damping decrement.
 quality factor of the circuit . If the damping is weak, then Т ≈Т_{0}
Investigate the change in the voltage on the capacitor plates.
Current change is different in phase φ of the voltage. at  possible damped oscillations, at emergency
fluctuations do not occur (aperiodic discharge capacitor). 3. forced oscillations Undamped electromagnetic oscillations will occur in r. c. containing R, L and C in the case in this circuit to enter the EMF varies as a sine or cosine. In the circuit after the time of formation of forced oscillations occur undamped electromagnetic waves with frequency of the driving force. Apply the 2nd Kirchhoff's law to the subject R.C.
ω –the frequency of the driving force
The law of change current
The law of change charge
 Impedance.  Inductance.
 Capacitance.
