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L9_sinusoidal_steadystate - ESC102 : Introduction to...

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Unformatted text preview: ESC102 : Introduction to Electronics A.R. Harish Dept. of EE, IIT Kanpur Sinusoidal Steady state Analysis Aug 10, 2010 ( ) cos( ) m v t V t = + ( ) ( ) R e( ) j t m v t V e + = ( ) R e( cos( ) sin( )) m m v t V t jV t = + + + ( ) cos( ) m v t V t = + R e ( ) m V t + m V Phasor ( ) cos( ) m v t V t = + 2 L8_sinusoidal_steadystate Complex Impedances For the purpose of sinusoidal steady state analysis, inductors and capacitors can be represented as Complex Impedances 3 L9_sinusoidal_steadystate 4 L9_sinusoidal_steadystate 90 L M I I = - L M V LI = 90 90 L M V LI = - + 90 90 L M V I L = - 90 L L V I L = L L V I j L = L L L V I Z = L Z j L = This is like ohms law relationship between phasor voltage and current 5 v(t) L=0.1H Example i(t) ( ) 2 cos(200 45) v t t = + 200 = 2 45 L V = L L L L V V I j L I j L = = 2 45 2 45 0.1 45 20 20 90 L I j = = = - ( ) 0.1 cos(200 45) i t t = - V rad/s V A A 6 v(t) L=0.1H Z L =j20 V 20...
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L9_sinusoidal_steadystate - ESC102 : Introduction to...

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