Lecture Notes14_AcPower

# 1 2 3 assume n1 i1 n2 i2 n3 i3 0 these two equations

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Unformatted text preview: r • Cosine Wave RMS • Power Factor • Complex Power • Power in R, L, C • Tellegen’s Theorem • Power Factor Correction • Ideal Transformer • Transformer Applications • Summary A transformer has ≥ 2 windings on the same magnetic core. Ampère’s law: E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3867) Nr Ir = lΦ µA ; V Faraday’s law: Nr = dΦ . dt r AC Power: 14 – 9 / 11 Ideal Transformer 14: Power in AC Circuits • Average Power • Cosine Wave RMS • Power Factor • Complex Power • Power in R, L, C • Tellegen’s Theorem • Power Factor Correction • Ideal Transformer • Transformer Applications • Summary A transformer has ≥ 2 windings on the same magnetic core. V Faraday’s law: Nr = dΦ . dt r N1 : N2 + N3 shows the turns ratio between the windings. The • indicates the voltage polarity of each winding. Ampère’s law: E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3867) Nr Ir = lΦ µA ; AC Power: 14 – 9 / 11 Ideal Transformer 14: Power in AC Circuits • Average Power • Cosine Wave RMS • Power Factor • Complex Power • Power in R, L, C • Tellegen’s Theorem • Power Factor Correction • Ideal Transformer • Transformer Applications • Summary A transformer has ≥ 2 windings on the same magnetic core. V Faraday’s law: Nr = dΦ . dt r N1 : N2 + N3 shows the turns ratio between the windings. The • indicates the voltage polarity of each winding. Ampère’s law: Nr Ir = lΦ µA ; V V V Since Φ is the same for all windings, N1 = N2 = N3 . 1 2 3 E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3867) AC Power: 14 – 9 / 11 Ideal Transformer 14: Power in AC Circuits • Average Power • Cosine Wave RMS • Power Factor • Complex Power • Power in R, L, C • Tellegen’s Theorem • Power Factor Correction • Ideal Transformer • Transformer Applications • Summary A transformer has ≥ 2 windings on the same magnetic core. V Faraday’s law: Nr = dΦ . dt r N1 : N2 + N3 shows the turns ratio between the windings. The • indicates the voltage polarity of each winding. Ampère’s law: Nr Ir = lΦ µA ; V V V Since Φ is the same for all windings, N1 = N2 = N3 . 1 2 3 Assume µ → ∞ ⇒ N1 I1 + N2 I2 + N3 I3 = 0 E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3867) AC Power: 14 – 9 / 11...
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