Hi, I have this simple circuit i Just need to find the phasor current I. But i must be doing something wrong, because my answer differs a bit from the answer in the book. 1. Replace the capacitance with it's complex impedance 2. find 3. 1585/107.39 = 14.76, the correct answer is supposed to be 15.11. What am i doing wrong?
It should be: Zeq=1/[1/115-1/j300.3]=1/[1/115+j/300.3] which equals: Zeq=1/(0.0093<20.95)=107.53<-20.95
On the picture the voltage source will be 1585 * 1.4142 (root 2) i.e 2241.19 Volt and the polar angle is 12 deg. Good luck
Hi, I have one last question. If i have parallel RLC phasors, how do i get the angle of the resulting phasor. For example, i would like to find the equivalent of these two parallel phasors and I know how to get |Z| , just not how to get the angle.