complex waveforms

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cjacobs

Joined Dec 8, 2010
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Can somebody help please.

I am trying to construct a complex waveform this formula.

V=141.4sin240pit+28,3sin720pit+14.14sin(1200pit-69deg)

Now i have tried to do it by hand but my fundamental wave dont make 1 cycle in 8.3 ms the way it should do.I dont know if i have used the formula correctly to obtain each plot. I assume you get the sin of 240pit(t will be different for each ms) and then multiply it with 141.4.Please can somebody shed some light.:confused:
 

Georacer

Joined Nov 25, 2009
5,181
Ron's picture says it all. If you want to do it yourself, any circuit simulation software is ideal. Matlab will also do. Do you have a copy?
 

someonesdad

Joined Jul 7, 2009
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Here's a quick plot made with python/numpy/matplotlib:

Rich (BB code):
from __future__ import division
from pylab import *
N, t0 = 200, 0.05
t = arange(0, t0, t0/N)
V = 141.4*sin(240*pi*t) + 28.3*sin(720*pi*t) + 14.14*sin(1200*pi*t - 69*pi/180)
plot(t, V)
savefig("a.png", dpi=75)
If that's not what you're after, you'll need to learn to write your equations properly so that they're unambiguous.
 

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