Example 2.1

Example 2.1 - Example 2.1: M. Giesselmann, January 17, 2008...

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II R I L + := I 10 26.52j A = I 28.343 A = arg I ( ) 69.34 deg = pf cos 69.34 deg () := pf 35.28 % = PV I cos 69.34 deg := P 1000 W = QV I sin 69.34 deg := Q 2652 VAR = S mag P 2 Q 2 + := S mag 2.834 kVA = SV I := S 1 2.65j + kVA = Vt ( ) 141.4 volt sin ω t := I r t 10 := P R t ()I r t := I T t 2 I sin ω t 70 deg + := t0 m s 0.05 ms , 20 ms .. := Pt T t := 0 5 10 15 20 2000 1000 0 1000 2000 10 V t 25 I r t P R t t ms Example 2.1: M. Giesselmann, January 17, 2008 Instantaneous real, and reactive power; power factor ms 10 3 sec kVA kW V 141.4 2 volt := V 100 volt = freq 60 Hz := kVAR kW ω 2 π freq := VAR watt R1 0 := X L 3.77 := X L ω L = L X L ω := L1 0 m H = I R V R := I R 10A = arg I R 0 deg = I L V jX L := I L 26.5j A = arg I L 90 deg =
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k0 1 .. := I Res 10 3 amp I R := V S 10 3 volt 100 volt
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