#### 100k

##### Member level 1

The DC component should not contribute towards the current because of capacitor but would increase the voltage across the load. By theoretical analysis, the RMS voltage across the R-C circuit should be sqrt(51) and RMS current should be 10/sqrt(2)/sqrt(2) =5 A.

So, the RMS power should be 5*sqrt(51) =35.7 VA.

But Simulink simulation showed different values for RMS current and power (RMS power = Vrms*Irms= ~50).

The voltage was varying between -9 to 11 V as expected and current did not have offset as expected. But why the RMS value of the power is different from theoretical calculations?

What is possibly wrong?