ELEC302 Lab 1

ELEC302 Lab 1 - ELEC302-01 Lab #1: Power in AC Circuits...

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ELEC302-01 Lab #1: Power in AC Circuits January 29 th , 2008 David Bunn Michael Schmick The work contained herein is my own. I have neither knowingly given nor received any portion of this laboratory report .
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Introduction: After computing the theoretical values for all the lab’s measurements, determine the experimental power (real, apparent, and reactive) and power factor. Procedure: Using Figure 1.1, the LabVolt equipment was used to create the circuit, with E1 being a voltmeter and I1 being an ammeter. For two parts of the data gathering, the capacitor was not connected to the circuit, the capacitance being zero for those parts. Voltage, current, and power were obtained for all the various inductance and capacitance value requested. From those, load angle, apparent power, reactive power, and power factor were derived. Presentation of Data/Discussion of Results: Table 1: Theoretical Values of Power, Voltage, and Current R (Ω) L (H) C(μF) I1 (A) E1 (V) P (W) Θ (deg) S (VA) Q (VAR)
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