Is it possible to find the equations of certain number of harmonics (Ex : 3rd, 5th, ... 17th) in Single Phase Full Bridge Inverter theoretically, using the characteristics of the components of the circuit ? if yes, How?, i need some documentation about that.
I provided a link to a textbook chapter in my answer to your previous question. This question seems to require an answer with that kind of detail, not something that can be provided here. You may be able to find detailed material online the way I found the material for which I sent the link. Use the advanced search features of Google. To find academic material search ".edu" sites. Look at the material in Wikipedia. Note that Wikipedia articles have a lot of links to other Wikipedia articles and to material outside of Wikipedia.
Th documentation that I have is in three hard-copy textbooks from 1962, 1964 and 1994. There are certainly more recent books that can be found in libraries.
Determine the formula for the time-domain performance of the circuit and then do a Fourier transform
theoretically possible, probably not particularly practical without computer assistance.
many just simulate the circuit in spice and then ask for a spectrum analysis. but that won't give you a formula, just a number.