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EEL 3211 Basic Electrical Energy Engineering Homework 6 Book * Problems 5-19, 5-20, 5-29 SELECTED ANSWERS 5-19 a. 385 ANG -32.6 deg V; 259 ANG -36.87 deg A b. 3166 N-m; 5882 N-m c. 225 A; 0.92 lag 5-20 a. 4.7 A b. 86.5 % c. 429 ANG 6.3 deg A; 0.994 leading; 187 KVAR supplied d. 9940 N-m; 32.6 deg; 13,180 N-m 5-29 a. 83.8 kW b. 137 A; 79.4 A c. 62.9 kVAR supplied d. 603 ANG -19.5 deg V e. 4.16 kW f. 79.6 kW g. 28.3 kVAR supplied SOLUTIONS * Homework assignments are from the text, Chapman, Electrical Machinery and Power System Fundamentals
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Unformatted text preview: , McGraw-Hill, 2002, ISBN 0-07-229135-4. Technically, Q should be negative here. Current leadsthe motor appears capacitive, meaning supplying reactive power. Technically, Q should be negative here. Current leadsthe motor appears capacitive, meaning supplying reactive power. Technically, Q should be negative here. Current leadsthe motor appears capacitive, meaning supplying reactive power....
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