Circuit1 :
For,
V 0.801 V and R 198.8
Output:
For,
V 2 V and R 560
Output:
:
:
For,
V 2 V and R 6.8 k
:
Circuit 2:
For,
:
V 0.801 V and R 49.7
For,
V 2 V and R 560
:
For,
V 2 V and R 6.8k
:
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1. The following test results were obtained on a 12 MVA, 13.8kV synchronous
generator:
Open-circuit voltage, V:
6100
Exciting current, A:
16
10050 13.200 14700 16200
25
37.5
50
70
The full-load current was circulated on short-circuit with a field excitati
Assignment 2, ELCT 708
The dead line in the tutorials in the week starting 1st till 5th
of Oct.
Name:
ID:
Tutorial:
1
Problem1:
A three-phase /Y-A transformer is rated 225-kV:24-kV, 400 MVA and has a
series reactance of 11.7 as referred to its high-voltag
Worksheet
Monique Hyde - Worksheet #1 - 06/26/2016 9:31 PM
Beginning Algebra / College Math - M03 (9 am class) (MHYDE118)
Review Questions
1. Use
<, >,
or
=
0.12
0.14
4.60
4.6
2.04
2.3
to compare the following decimals.
2. Simplify.
3 2
v v
3. Solve for
u
Mitosis Lab
Mitosis in Onion Root Tips
Make a sketch of a representative cell in each of the four stages of mitosis in the
space provided below.
Prophase
Metaphase
Anaphase
Telophase
Can you distinguish any cells?
Are some cells longer than others?
Lookin
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My Second Takeoff is : 1293
Distance from wheels to tower change: 45,581 feet.
C
Altitude at time of tower change: 14,840.
14,840 ft.
PYTHAGOREAN THEOREM
a2 + b2 = c2
45,581
ft.
W
T
45,581 feet.
a2 + b2 = c2
a2 + 14,8402 = 45,5812
a2 + 220,225,600 = 2,
Math 221 - Statistics Practice Quiz Week 2 This quiz review covers materials from Weeks 1 and 2. Your quiz will be in Week 3 located in the Quiz Tab. Your quiz will mostly comprise of multiple choice, true/false, and essay questions. The answers are at th
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