# I can't determine capacitive and inductive resistance of the circuit.

#### michgkou

Joined Oct 3, 2019
38
Homework: Specify the currents and the voltage drop of the elements (pic attachment). The circuit is working for a sufficiently long time.

Hi,

I'm trying to solve this but it becomes difficult. I'm using KCL and I repalce ZL = j0,1ω (Ω) , ZC=... etc.
Finding 3 equations with 3 unknown variables (plus the ω).
And now it's time for Cramer's rule.

I'm not sure if I should move on.

What do you say ? I'm on track ?

Thanks.

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#### Dodgydave

Joined Jun 22, 2012
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How can you solve Reactance with DC power supply???

#### The Electrician

Joined Oct 9, 2007
2,777
I see 11 "elements"; how can you only have 3 unknowns? What method of solution are you using (mesh, nodal, branch, etc.)? For whichever it is, label the currents or nodes on the schematic. Show your equations. Is ω given a numerical value, or to be taken only as a symbolic variable.

#### michgkou

Joined Oct 3, 2019
38

By the way I solve'd it. The point is the "sufficiently long time" of the title. The inductor act like a wire an the current through the capacitor is zero.

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#### The Electrician

Joined Oct 9, 2007
2,777
So does this mean you used the nodal method? Show your equations.