# Sinusoidal Circuit.

#### bostonflunkie

Joined Dec 22, 2004
7
hi,
i need help to draw this circuit, please...

v(t)= 35 cos (150t+25deg)
v(t)= 20 cos (150t+50deg)

thanks.

#### hgmjr

Joined Jan 28, 2005
9,029
If you have access to Microsoft EXCEL. I recommend you use it to graph the functions? I have had good success with this approach.

Good Luck

#### bostonflunkie

Joined Dec 22, 2004
7
i can graph it on my calculator
i need to layout functional circuit with real component on the bread board
can you help?????
thanks...

#### dragan733

Joined Dec 12, 2004
152
Originally posted by bostonflunkie@Feb 22 2005, 05:00 AM
hi,
i need help to draw this circuit, please...
v(t)= 35 cos (150t+25deg)
v(t)= 20 cos (150t+50deg)

thanks.
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#### bostonflunkie

Joined Dec 22, 2004
7
Originally posted by dragan733@Feb 22 2005, 07:23 PM
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like i said i can draw it too, i need to build the circuit with real components...

#### dragan733

Joined Dec 12, 2004
152
Originally posted by bostonflunkie@Feb 23 2005, 03:43 PM
like i said i can draw it too, i need to build the circuit with real components...
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In the attachment are the calculations for the circuit in series: R, C and signal generator
One mesures the voltage across the capacitor to get the equations:
v(t)= 35 cos (150t+25deg)
v(t)= 20 cos (150t+50deg)

#### dragan733

Joined Dec 12, 2004
152
After I saw that there was a fault. It needs to choose a RL circuit to get the equations:
v(t)= 35 cos (150t+25deg)
v(t)= 20 cos (150t+50deg)

When one choose RC circuit then the equations would be:
v(t)= 35 cos (150t-25deg)
v(t)= 20 cos (150t-50deg)

Then again new calculations done in the attachment: rl.pdf

#### bostonflunkie

Joined Dec 22, 2004
7
Originally posted by dragan733@Feb 23 2005, 08:12 PM
After I saw that there was a fault. It needs to choose a RL circuit to get the equations:
v(t)= 35 cos (150t+25deg)
v(t)= 20 cos (150t+50deg)

When one choose RC circuit then the equations would be:
v(t)= 35 cos (150t-25deg)
v(t)= 20 cos (150t-50deg)

Then again new calculations done in the attachment: rl.pdf
[post=5570]Quoted post[/post]​
thans a lot it is exactly what i needed i am working on it and my values are much different than yours, i hvae 2.76 ohm resistor and j5.90 capacitor actually i made a mistake in my original posting equation the correct equation is
v(t)= 35 cos (150t+25deg)
i(t)= 25 cos (150t+50deg)
and i am not suppose to use function generator only resistor, caps or inductor
this is what circuit should look like.

35V |-------------------/\/\/\/\--------------| |---------|
(AC) | 25A |
------------------------------------------------------- |
any help will be greatly appreciated....