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*From*: Chuck Britton <britton@ncssm.edu>*Date*: Wed, 6 Aug 2014 12:13:38 -0400

Oscillating yes - but energy is radiating as it oscillates

On Aug 6, 2014, at 11:57 AM, Diego Saravia <dsa@unsa.edu.ar> wrote:

2014-08-06 11:36 GMT-03:00, Bob Sciamanda <treborsci@verizon.net>:

Perhaps this is a correctly simulated instance of "Mandated Energy

Dissipation". EG., when a battery charges a capacitor, 1/2 of the

battery-produced energy must be dissipated.

only if it have a resistance. If you only have a L and a C. it "must"

continue oscilating forever

after 3 hours, phet circuit construction kits loses around 5%.

--

Diego Saravia

Diego.Saravia@gmail.com

NO FUNCIONA->dsa@unsa.edu.ar

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