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Hi.. After solving my problem I am getting two sine waves. These two waves are variations of current and voltage. I want to determine the phase angle between them. Actually I have got graphs I have attached here.In

my case I want to determine it from vectors (numeric values).If I will FFT is it correct

Taha
on 31 Dec 2015

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close all;

clear all;

x = 0:1e-6:60e-3; % bis 60 ms mit 1µs Schritte

a = sin(2*pi*50*x);

b = sin(2*pi*50*x-pi);

y_rad=acos(dot(a,b)/(norm(a)*norm(b)))

y_deg=y_rad*360/(2*pi)

plot(x,a,x,b)

xlabel(['Winkel in degree ist: ',num2str(y_deg)],'Color','r')

grid on

David Young
on 3 Dec 2015

If you know the frequency, it is probably more accurate to fit a sine wave to each of the two vectors than to use the FFT. The problem with the FFT is that it fits harmonics of a wave whose period is equal to the length of the time series, and your signal may not lie at exactly one of those frequencies.

There are several contributions on the file exchange for fitting sine waves (search "harmonic fit"), and my own function is attached, or you could write your own.

Once you have fitted a sine wave to each data series, you just subtract the phase of one from the phase of the other.

Taha
on 31 Dec 2015

https://www.researchgate.net/post/How_can_one_find_the_angle_between_voltage_and_current_sinusoidal_waves_in_MATLAB_SIMULINK_environment

and here is the code: close all; clear all; x = 0:1e-6:60e-3; % bis 60 ms mit 1µs Schritte a = sin(2*pi*50*x); b = sin(2*pi*50*x-pi);

y_rad=acos(dot(a,b)/(norm(a)*norm(b))) y_deg=y_rad*360/(2*pi) plot(x,a,x,b) xlabel(['Winkel in degree ist: ',num2str(y_deg)],'Color','r') grid on

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