Unformatted text preview: can be represented as complex impedances, and these can be added just like resistances in series or parallel to solve complex circuits. Nodevoltages and the current and voltage division principles can also be applied in these cases. A complex network of circuit elements and sinusoidal sources can also be represented as a Thevenin equivalent, with a phasor voltage source in series with a complex impedance, or Norton equivalent, with a phasor current source in parallel with the Thevenin impedance. 1...
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 Spring '09
 Alternating Current, Electrical impedance, Thévenin's theorem, Norton's theorem, Usman Ansari

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