3000Chapter5 - Chapter 5 AC Circuits II 1 Objectives Define dc and rms values for a periodic waveform and discuss their significance Determine the

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1 Chapter 5 AC Circuits II
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2 Objectives Define dc and rms values for a periodic waveform and discuss their significance. Determine the dc and rms values for a periodic waveform. State the dc and rms values for a sinusoidal waveform of either current or voltage. Determine the complex power for ac voltage and current.
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3 Objectives Construct a power triangle and discuss its components. Apply power factor correction for an ac single-phase system. Determine an ac parallel circuit from a given series circuit at a specific frequency. Determine an ac series circuit from a given parallel circuit at a specific frequency.
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4 Objectives Discuss and determine the various properties and parameters for a series resonant circuit. Discuss and determine the various properties and parameters for a parallel resonant circuit.
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5 5-1 DC and RMS Values
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6 Example of a Periodic Voltage
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7 DC Value
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8 RMS Value
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9 Power in a Resistance
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10 Circuit Used to Develop Average AC Power Relationship for a Resistor
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11 DC Value of Sinusoid
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12 RMS or Effective Value of Sinusoid
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13 RMS Values as Phasor Magnitudes
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14 5-2 Complex Power in AC Circuits
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This note was uploaded on 08/15/2010 for the course COMPUTER E 3000 taught by Professor Muhamadirfan during the Spring '10 term at Sir Syed University of Engineering &Technology.

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3000Chapter5 - Chapter 5 AC Circuits II 1 Objectives Define dc and rms values for a periodic waveform and discuss their significance Determine the

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