# AC Thevenin

(1)

Step 1:

Find the Thevinin's equivalent impedance.

2.Open Current Sources and Short Voltage Sources.

3.Calculate the Open Circuit Resistance. This is the Thevenin's impedance (ZTH).

Redraw the circuit :

Step 2:

Observe the circuit:

is in series with .

is in series with .

and are in parallel.

in polar form can be written as .

Solution:

(2)

Step 1:

Find the thevinins equivalent voltage.

2.Calculate the Open Circuit Voltage. This is the Thevenin Voltage (VTH).

Use Superposition principle to calculate volatge across A and B.

Find the current through .

Super Position Theorem :

Take one voltage source at a time and replace all other with short or internal resistance.

in complex form can be written as .

Current in the circuit is .

Current in the circuit is

From (1): .

Voltage drop acoss : .

Step 2:

Take one voltage source at a time and replace all other with short or internal resistance.

in complex form can be written as .

Current in the circuit is .

Current in the circuit is

Voltage drop acoss : .

Step 3:

By superposition principle :

The Voltage acoss the terminal A and B is .

Thevinins equivalent voltage is

Solution: