# Introduction to Electrical Engineering: Complete Response

Introduction to the concept of complete response in electrical engineering, covering natural response, forced response, and the addition of both components. The lecture also includes examples and step responses of RL and RLC circuits.

- electrical engineering
- complete response
- natural response
- forced response
- impedance function
- step response
- RL circuit
- RLC circuit

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**ELL100: INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL**ELL100: INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL ENGG. ENGG. Lecture 10 Course Instructors: J.-B. Seo, S. Srirangarajan, S.-D. Roy, and S. Janardhanan Department of Electrical Engineering, IITD**Complete Response**Complete Response Natural response Energy storage elements The form of natural response is governed by circuit itself Use poles and zeros of the impedance function Forced response External sources, e.g., batteries or generators The amplitude of forced response is determined by the magnitude of the forcing function and impedance Complete response = Natural response + Forced response 2**Complete Response**Complete Response Natural response Energy storage elements The form of natural response is governed by circuit itself Use poles and zeros of the impedance function Forced response External sources, e.g., batteries or generators The amplitude of forced response is determined by the magnitude of the forcing function and impedance Complete response = Natural response + Forced response 3**Complete Response**Complete Response Natural response Energy storage elements The form of natural response is governed by circuit itself Use poles and zeros of the impedance function Forced response External sources, e.g., batteries or generators The amplitude of forced response is determined by the magnitude of the forcing function and impedance Complete response = Natural response + Forced response 4**Complete Response**Complete Response Natural response Energy storage elements The form of natural response is governed by circuit itself Use poles and zeros of the impedance function Forced response External sources, e.g., batteries or generators The amplitude of forced response is determined by the magnitude of the forcing function and impedance Complete response = Natural response + Forced response 5**Complete Response**Complete Response Natural response Energy storage elements The form of natural response is governed by circuit itself Use poles and zeros of the impedance function Forced response External sources, e.g., batteries or generators The amplitude of forced response is determined by the magnitude of the forcing function and impedance Complete response = Natural response + Forced response 6**Complete Response**Complete Response 7**Complete Response**Complete Response 8**Complete Response**Complete Response 9**Complete Response**Complete Response 10**Complete Response**Complete Response Write the impedance function (or admittance) Determine the forced response from the forcing func. Identify the natural response from poles and zeros with undetermined constants Add the forced and natural responses and evaluate the undetermined constants 11**Complete Response**Complete Response Write the impedance function (or admittance) Determine the forced response from the forcing func. Identify the natural response from poles and zeros with undetermined constants Add the forced and natural responses and evaluate the undetermined constants 12**Complete Response**Complete Response Write the impedance function (or admittance) Determine the forced response from the forcing func. Identify the natural response from poles and zeros with undetermined constants Add the forced and natural responses and evaluate the undetermined constants 13**Complete Response**Complete Response Write the impedance function (or admittance) Determine the forced response from the forcing func. Identify the natural response from poles and zeros with undetermined constants Add the forced and natural responses and evaluate the undetermined constants 14**Step response of RL circuit**Step response of RL circuit 15**Step response of RL circuit**Step response of RL circuit 16**Step response of RL circuit**Step response of RL circuit 17**Step response of RL circuit**Step response of RL circuit 18**Step response of RL circuit**Step response of RL circuit 19**Step response of RL circuit**Step response of RL circuit 20**Example**Example 21**Example**Example 22**Example**Example 23**Example**Example 24**Example**Example Previous solution 25**Example**Example Previous solution 26**Example**Example Previous solution 27**Example**Example Previous solution 28**Example**Example Previous solution 29**Example**Example 30**Example**Example 31**Example**Example 32**Example**Example 33**Example**Example 34**Step response of RLC circuit**Step response of RLC circuit 35**Step response of RLC circuit**Step response of RLC circuit 36**Step response of RLC circuit**Step response of RLC circuit 37**Step response of RLC circuit**Step response of RLC circuit 38**Step response of RLC circuit**Step response of RLC circuit 39**Step response of RLC circuit**Step response of RLC circuit 40**Step response of RLC circuit**Step response of RLC circuit 41**Example**Example 1 1 42**Example**Example 1 1 43**Example**Example 1 1 44**Example**Example 1 1 45**Example**Example 1 1 46**Example**Example 1 1 47**Example**Example 1 1 48**Example**Example 1 1 49**Example**Example 1 1 50