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I have included in the image the analysis necessary to determine the steady state capacitor charge magnitude. The Python code below uses numerical integration to compute the evolution of the capacitor charge over time. Within about 20 microseconds, the code solution converges to the known steady state solution.
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Yeah Very nice, I wanted this method only. Maybe this is long but its crazy.
Thank you so much.
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You're welcome. What is long?
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@Steven Chase The code is long for me. Maybe for you not because you are a experienced LPE.
Thanks again .
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@Steven Chase it will take me minimum 10 min to type this code. You are a legend ,smart and stud.
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@Steven Chase try the 45th problem
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