PROCEDURE Ac power and analysis.doc

PROCEDURE Ac power and analysis.doc

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Procedure: 1. Build the circuit: In this part, we are asked to fill the table below, draw the circuit of figure 1, and find the values of V L, I L and S (total) given f= 60 HZ, and V=5 v. components Actual values 10 Ω 820 Ω 1 mH 100 mH figure1 V L = I L = S (line) = S (load) = S (total) =
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2. AC power Analysis: a) Connecting channel 1 of the oscilloscope to the source\ transmission line interface and channel 2 to the transmission line\ load interface, we have to measure the amplitude of V s , V L ,and the phase angle of V L . V s = V L = Θ L = b) Find the amplitude and the phase angle across the 820 kΩ resistor in the load and the amplitude and phase angle of the current I
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  • Winter '19
  • jihad daba
  • Electric power, AC power, Power factor

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