I am completely new to this forum, that's why I want to introduce myself a little.

I am a german student studying regenerative energies and I have some trouble in calculating a capacitive voltage divider for my bachelor thesis.

So here we are:

This is my voltage divider with a 470µF capacitor parallel to the second resistor. On the right side you can see the voltage above R2||C1.

My problem is in calculating that voltage. It wouldn't be a problem with a normal AC sine singal or a simple DC voltage, bit since there is the diode in it I have to calculate it different. How can I set my resistor R2 that the voltage over the parallel circuit is x Volts (in the long run after the capacitor is fully loaded). I just like to have some suggestions how to calculate.

Thanks,

soderdaen