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Unformatted text preview: Name: E Fell ECE 393
Exam #1 Tuesday, October 8, 2009 Closed book, closed notes
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overloaded. a. What is the minimum power factor is needed to continue to use the 10 kVA
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correction?
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iC = 200J§ cos(a)t+120°)+ 50\/§ cos 3m .+ 120°) + 505 cos 5(a)t +120°) + 50¢? cos 9(wt +120°) (1) Find the RMS current of each phase 1 W gig/A (ii) Find the Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)"5?“each current 0&3 (iii) Find ID in the time domain and its RMS value kg): 635—2 Lb) @WQwéié’wg (iv) Find the real power consumed by ZG 3: MS 2 2. PA 317°; 5 (14 points total) (True/false) Two points each. Circle T if statement is true, F if statement is False. As of September 2009 natural gas prices in the US are at an all
time high. The world’s largest operational hydro plant is Grand Inga on the
Congo River in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Fossil fuels currently supply at least 80% of the energy used in the
US. Flourescent light bulbs are a source of power system harmonics Combined cycle power plants usually have efﬁciencies of no more
than 40%. Modern computer technology now allows most power to be
“routed” through the grid from a seller to a buyer. As a direct consequence of Kirchoff 5 current law the locational
marginal price (LMP) at a bus in the power grid can never be less
than zero since this would require negative resistive losses. 6 (15 points total) (Short answer, ﬁve points each) 1. As discussed in class, explain in two or three sentances howthe area control error
(ACE) and automatic generation control (AGC) are used to operate the power
grid. Amt coan mo“ 13 we the between We wedded
power «Plow mm one arm» to anal/hag and 444:: aCfUM 2. In two or three sentences explain how concentrated solar works. Also as
discussed in class explain what role (if any) water and/or carbon dioxide play in
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1 kW = 737.56 ft—lb/s 1000 N—m/s
Gravity = 32.2 ft/secz 9.81 m/s,2
One BTU = 777.9 ft—lb 1055 J 1 PSI = 2.307 feet of water. One Meter = 39.37 inch K = °C+273.15 You may assume the atomic weight of carbon is 12, and oxygen is 16. ...
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