Enter angular frequency for AC sources

I have some cosine equations for the voltage sources. To use them here, since they're cosine, I add 90 degrees to the phase angle and it works. But I wasn't getting the answer (12V) for V(v0) in steady state. I tried countless things and, finally, I thought the only thing could be I entered the calculated frequency (because the equation has angular frequency of 5000 rad/s) which was 795.77Hz to 2 decimals. So I got the frequency to 37 decimals and it gave me 12V in the long run as shown. So is there any way to just use angular frequency because pi screws up decimals?

https://www.circuitlab.com/circuit/hmrh8q/a9-q6/

by bloodtalon
March 28, 2016

@bloodtalon,

AFAIK, there is no way to get CL to work in radians/s.

Try posting a feature request?

by signality
March 28, 2016

Post a Reply

Please sign in or create an account to comment.

Go Ad-Free. Activate your CircuitLab membership. No more ads. Save unlimited circuits. Run unlimited simulations.

About CircuitLab

CircuitLab is an in-browser schematic capture and circuit simulation software tool to help you rapidly design and analyze analog and digital electronics systems.