Thanks, I figured that out shortly after postingYour simulation is measuring opposite legs of the AC source.
The capacitor has nothing to do with your observations. Remove the capacitor and the results remain the same.
Thanks everyone for taking the time to reply, I now know what the problem wasHello people, I'm the dumbest guy on planet earth and the point i am trying to understand is why the source voltage and capacitor voltage are 180 degree out of phase? Or am i making some kind of mistake in measurement. View attachment 293645
Note that when a member finds the solution to a problem, they could very well be helping others with the same or similar problem.Thanks everyone for taking the time to reply, I now know what the problem was
Sure,Note that when a member finds the solution to a problem, they could very well be helping others with the same or similar problem.
That is what AAC is all about. We each take something and we give back something in return.
Please post what you have discovered and what was the solution to the problem.
Thanks for posting an update.Sure,
I was looking at two waveforms, one was the coming from positive leg of AC source while the second was coming from the negative leg of AC source, The second (blue) signal was not actually the voltage across capacitor.
by Aaron Carman
by Aaron Carman
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