I've been doing an analysis on a particular circuit. Nothing too complicated simply a resistor and capicator in series with a 2v supply at 500Hz / 0 degrees.
Essentally what im trying to understand and eventually draw is the phaser diagram for the above circuit.
I have made the following calculations thus far;
Capacitance of the circuit
Circuit Impedance in polar form
Supply current in polar form
Voltage drop across the capacitor and resistor in polar form
I have the following (sorry for the image being massive);
What i'm unsure about is; although on the the supply voltage source states 2v, 500Hz at 0 degrees, with the capacitor in the circuit i am under the assumption that the voltage source phase angle will be shifted as a result? I am not sure how to calculate his however
Any help, advice or suggested reading would be a great help, thanks.