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about charges stored in Capcitor

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nikhillife11

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Hello friends

Now if i charge a cap to its peak and then remove the supply and connect it back to load. It will pass the voltage to the load while linearly dropping the voltage across it. But the question is Does this voltage make a current to flow through the load? If yes how can we calculate this current.

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capicitor discharges exponentially. The voltage across the capacitor and current across the load decays exponentially. You could calculate instantaneous value of current and voltage.
Click below link.
Capacitor Discharging
 
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