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Naser1363

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09-21-2011 06:57 AM

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Hello,

I want to simulate a RLC circuit in Labview.

Would you please tell me what toolkit do I need and how can I simulate it in Labview?

Best regards

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DFGray

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09-21-2011 07:50 AM

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You shouldn't need any extra toolkits to simulate an RLC circuit - the solution is a fairly simple damped sinusoid. Look in the **Mathematics** palette for all the functions you need.

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09-21-2011 07:56 AM

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But in Mathematics there are not a R or C element.

smercurio_fc

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09-21-2011 08:00 AM - edited 09-21-2011 08:00 AM

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Sounds like a homework assignment to me...

No, there is no R and C element in the Mathematics palette. That's because LabVIEW is a programming language, not a circuit simulator.

In fact, I'm guessing you're in the same class as this fellow: http://forums.ni.com/t5/LabVIEW/regarding-electronics/td-p/1709686

Step 1: Write out your mathematical model

Step 2: Implement the mathematical model in code

Make an effort first. If you have specific questions, then post them. We won't do your homework for you.

09-21-2011 08:08 AM

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It is not a Homework.

I worked with Matlab.

I think Labview have a toolkit for RLC simulatro similar to Matlab.

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smercurio_fc

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09-21-2011 08:14 AM

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@Naser1363 wrote:

I think Labview have a toolkit for RLC simulatro similar to Matlab.

Then look here: