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. Node-voltages 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