# Multisim simulation insight

I want to simulate an AC circuit in multisim. I would like hints or articles on how to simulate complex-valued impedance, for example this circuit:

I don't have an option in multisim 12.0 , to have a complex-value for the inductance or capacitor, how can i do that? also for the analysis of this circuit to find $$\V_o \$$ im going with the superposition theorem: first im turning off the voltage-dependent source replacing it with a short-circuit, turining into this circuit :

so we have in the upper-most left mesh by KVL :

$$\ -4V + \frac{V_A - V_B}{1j \Omega} + \frac{V_B - V_c}{1 \Omega} = 0 \$$

I'm very confused on how to extract the two more equations to solve for to find $$\V_o\$$ for this first superposition.

• You can't simulate in AC analysis this circuit. You don't have a sinusoidal generator ... Commented Nov 28, 2023 at 13:54
• but we have a complex-valued inductance , no? @Antonio51 Commented Nov 28, 2023 at 14:01
• If the 4 V is a DC power supply ... and you will see what happens versus time after "wiring" it ... ok. But your inductor "j omega" does not say how it would behave versus "frequency" or perhaps omega = 2* pi * f with L=1 ? Commented Nov 28, 2023 at 14:08
• okey how can i analyse such circuitry? @Antonio51 Commented Nov 28, 2023 at 14:11
• Your equation is not true. How can we add voltages and currents ? Commented Nov 28, 2023 at 14:44

• whats $E_{in}/s$ what is 's'? Commented Nov 28, 2023 at 15:46