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HomeExam_1_Group_B - Name :-_ Student ID# : _ EEL 3216 -...

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Name :-____________________ Student ID# : ___________________ EEL3216 – Home Exam # 1 1 EEL 3216 - Introduction to Power Systems Home Exam # 1 GROUP B (for those who had group A at test #1) Due October 6 th 2005, 4 pm Question Maximum Marks Actual Marks 1, a 15 1, b 15 1, c 10 1, d 10 2, a 15 2, b 10 2, c 10 2, d 10 2, e 5 Total 100 50% of the total marks reached above will be added to your marks from test #1 with a maximum of 100% for both exams together. Write on your own engineering paper.
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Name :-____________________ Student ID# : ___________________ EEL3216 – Home Exam # 1 2 Question 1 – Group B Analyze the single-phase power system shown in Figure 1. The transformer is assumed to be ideal. a) Calculate the missing quantities (V 2 , V 1 , number of primary turns N 1 , and the phase angle of the source voltage) if the impedance Z 1 is not present . b) Draw the phasor diagram of all the voltages and currents in the circuit for case a). Use the following scaling for the diagram: 125 V/inch, 2.5 A/inch c) Calculate the complex, the real, and the reactive power as well as the power factor (leading/lagging?) at the source for case a). Draw the power triangle to scale with
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