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Hi All,

My name is Joaquim and I'm new in this forums. I am a Electronic Engineer student (1st Year).

I have a question about a Thevenin equivalent circuit in AC.

I need someone to tell me if I'm doing the right math in finding the thevenin equivalent (AB point):

Please see the following circuit:

http://www.mydrive.ch/en/download.php/6748873/Cir1.bmp

I need to calculate the inductor reactance

(Xl) = 2 * Pi * F * L

The capacitor reactance

(Xc) = 1 / ( 2 * Pi * F * C )

And then I add R1 to L1 reactance and parallel with C1 reactance.

Finally, the result added to R2.

((R1+XL1) // XC1)+R2 = RThevenin

Are my calculations correct or I'm missing something?

Thanks in advance

Joaquim

My name is Joaquim and I'm new in this forums. I am a Electronic Engineer student (1st Year).

I have a question about a Thevenin equivalent circuit in AC.

I need someone to tell me if I'm doing the right math in finding the thevenin equivalent (AB point):

Please see the following circuit:

http://www.mydrive.ch/en/download.php/6748873/Cir1.bmp

I need to calculate the inductor reactance

(Xl) = 2 * Pi * F * L

The capacitor reactance

(Xc) = 1 / ( 2 * Pi * F * C )

And then I add R1 to L1 reactance and parallel with C1 reactance.

Finally, the result added to R2.

((R1+XL1) // XC1)+R2 = RThevenin

Are my calculations correct or I'm missing something?

Thanks in advance

Joaquim

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