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# 1 analysis of circuits 2013 3867 ac power 14 6 11

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Unformatted text preview: 1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3867) AC Power: 14 – 5 / 11 Power in R, L, C 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 For any impedance, Z , complex power absorbed: S = V I ∗ = P + jQ E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3867) AC Power: 14 – 6 / 11 Power in R, L, C 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 For any impedance, Z , complex power absorbed: S = V I ∗ = P + jQ Using (a) V = I Z (b) I × I ∗ = I E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3867) 2 we get S = I 2 Z= |V | 2 Z∗ AC Power: 14 – 6 / 11 Power in R, L, C 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 For any impedance, Z , complex power absorbed: S = V I ∗ = P + jQ Using (a) V = I Z (b) I × I ∗ = I Resistor: S = I E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3867) 2 R= |V | R 2 we get S = I 2 Z= |V | 2 Z∗ 2 φ=0 Absorbs average power, no VARs (Q = 0) AC Power: 14 – 6 / 11 Power in R, L, C 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 For any impedance, Z , complex power absorbed: S = V I ∗ = P + jQ Using (a) V = I Z (b) I × I ∗ = I Resistor: S = I 2 R= |V | 2 we get S = I 2 Z= |V | 2 Z∗ 2 φ=0 R Absorbs average power, no VARs (Q = 0) Inductor: S = j I 2 ωL = j |V | 2 ωL φ = +90◦ No average power, Absorbs VARs (Q > 0) E1.1 Analysis of Circuits (2013-3867) AC Power: 14 – 6 / 11 Power in R, L, C 14: Power in AC Circuits • Average Power • Cosine Wave RMS • Power Factor • Complex Power • Power in R, L, C • Tellegen’s Theorem •...
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