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    Engine consumes 5kw of power and a reactive power of 2kvar at current of (3+j2) Amps. Find the applied voltage in complex form V=(a+jb). Then use P=Re(VI*) and Q=IM(VI*) to form two simultaneous equations. Please show workings.

    AM Wave and Power

    Consider the message signal: m(t) = 20 cos (2*pi*t) volts and the carrier wave: c(t) = 50 cost(100*pi*t) volts a. Sketch (to scale) the resulting AM wave for 75% of the modulation b. Find the power developed across a load of 100 ohms due to this AM wave.

    Voltage in complex forms

    An engine consumes 10kw of power and 4kvar reactive power at a current of (6+j4)Amps . Find the applied voltage in complex form using P=Re(VI) and Q=Im(VI) as simultaneous equations. Obviously V=(a+jb)

    Solving for Power

    If the voltage and current supplied to a circuit or load by a source are: Vs = 170<(-0.157) V Is = 13<0.28 A determine a) The power supplied by the source which is dissipated as heat or work in the circuit (load). b) The power stored in reactive components in the circuit (load). c) The power factor angle and power facto

    Power Factor: Solving for Circuits

    Determine C so that the plant power factor of Figure P7.25 (see attached file) is corrected to 1 (or the power factor angle to zero) so that Is is minimized and in phase with Vo. vs(t) = 450cos(wt) V w = 377 rad/s Z = 7 < 0.175 &#937;

    Maximum Power Theorem

    A) Find the Thevenin's circuit for the circuit shown in Fig. 5.1 (see attachment) similar to the circuit shown in Fig. 5.2 (see attachment). b) Calculate the output voltage for different load resistors and the corresponding power and enter these values in Table 1. c) Plot a graph of load resistance vs power using Matlab (

    Complex power of electrical load

    An electrical load operates at 240 Vrms. The load absorbs an average power of 8kW with 0.8 lagging power factor. How do I compute the complex power of the load and impedance?

    Shunt resistance effect in a voltage divider

    What is the effect of the DMM input resistance on the measured results? Derive the voltage gain of the divider with a DMM resistance of Rm, which is also called shunt resistance (See Figure 2.3-attached file).

    Current, Power and Total Power

    See the attached file. For the circuit shown in Figure 2.24 (attached file), find: a) The currents i1 and i2. b) The power delivered by the 3-A current source and by the 12-V voltage source. c) The total power dissipated by the circuit. Let R1=25 ohms, R2= 10 ohms, R3= 5 ohms, R4= 7 ohms, and express i1 and i2 as function

    Terminal Voltage & Power Supplied/Dissipated

    Refer to Figure 2.16 (see attached file): a) Find the total power supplied by the ideal source. b) Find the power dissipated and lost within the nonideal source. c) What is the power supplied by the source to the circuit as modeled by the load resistance? d) Plot the terminal voltage and power supplied to the circuit as a fu

    Supplying and Dissipating Power

    Determine which elements in the circuit of Figure 2.10 (attached file) are supplying power and which are dissipating power. Also, determine the amount of power dissipated and supplied.


    Prior to t=0, a 100- uF capacitance is uncharged. Starting at t=0, the voltage across the capacitor is increased linearly with time to 100V in 2s. Then, the voltage remains constant at 100V. Sketch the voltage, current, power, and stored energy to scale versus time. Please show equations for the sketches.

    Voltage through 3-uF Capacitance

    The current through a 3-uF capacitance is shown in the attachment. At t=0, the voltage is v(0)=10v. Sketch the voltage, power, and stored energy to scale vs. time. In the sketch of each one, I need the equations worked out for each plot. (See attached file for full problem description).

    Circuit Elements - Power Dissipated

    Given the circuit shown in the attachment find: values and power dissipated. (Please see attachment for complete question and diagram. Thanks)

    Circuit Analysis

    An electric load operates at 240 volts. The load absorbs an average power of 8Kw at a lagging power factor of 0.8. a) Calculate the complex power of the load b) Calculate the impedance of the load

    Rankine Cycle - Net Power, Thermal Efficiency and Heat Transfer

    Water is the working fluid in a vapor power cycle with reheat, superheat and reheat. Superheated steam enters the first turbine stage at 8 MPa, 480 C and expands to 0.7 MPa. It then is reheated to 480 C before entering the second turbine stage, where it expands to the condenser pressure of 8 KPa. The mass flow rate of steam e

    Complex Power and Impedance

    Question: An electrical load operates at 240 volts rms. The load absorbs an average power of 8 kW at a lagging power factor of 0.8. a) Calculate the complex power of the load. b) Calculate the impedance of the load. Please view attachment for multiple choice options.

    Dissipations of Power in Lightbulbs

    An incandescent lightbulb rated at 100 W will dissipate 100 W as heat and light when connected across a 110-V ideal voltage source. If three of these bulbs are connected in series across the same source, determine the power each bulb will dissipate.

    Reactive Power Absorbed by a Line

    Two balanced, in parallel connected, three-phase loads are fed by a three-phase line with an impedance of (2+j4) Ohm per phase. The first load is delta-connected with an impedance of (60 ? j45) Ohm per phase, and the second load is Y-connected with an impedance of (30 + j40) Ohm per phase. The line is energized at the sending en

    Turbine Unit and Mechanical Output Generated

    An area of an interconnected 60 hz power system has three turbine generator units rated 100MVA, 200MVA, and 600MVA respectively. Regulation constants are given for each unit, with the load suddenly decreasing by 100MW. With assumptions made and a frequency response of beta = 165 p.u., calculate the MW decrease in mechanical ou

    A Three-Phase Overhead Transmission Line

    A three-phase overhead transmission line line has a per-phase resistance of 0.15 ohm/km and a per-phase inductance of 1.3263 mH/km. Assume that the shunt capacitance is negligible. The length f the line is 40 kilometers and it operates under 220 kV and 60-Hz. The line is supplying a three-phase load of 381 MVA at 0.8 power facto

    Real Power Generated and Total Real Power Losses

    Consider the electric power system show {see attachment}. The power-flow solution of this system can be obtained without resorting to iterative techniques. The elements of the bus admittance matrix Ybus have been calculated as attached. If sigma_2 = 16.97 degrees and sigma_3 = 21 degrees, calculate the real power generated a

    Power-Flow Solution (Calculate Phase Angle via Real and Reactive Power Equations)

    Consider the electric power system shown {see attachment}. The power-flow solution of this system can be obtained without resorting to iterative techniques. The elements of the bus admittance matrix Ybus have been calculated as: {see attachment}. Calculate the phase angle {see attachment} by using the real and reactive power

    Electronics (about operational amplifier)

    Show how an ideal Operational Amplifier with an open loop gain = A can be used to provide: i) a non-inverting amplifier with gain= +6v/v. ii) an inverting amplifier with gain= -3v/v. iii) an integrator with gain= +3. Explain the purpose of every component in your circuits. Please see attached for full question.

    Electrical Energy Conversion: Synchronous Generator

    Synchronous Generator A 250 kVA, 280 V, three-phase, four-pole, 60 Hz, synchronous generator with a synchronous reactance of 0.99 ohms per phase is operating at rated conditions and a power factor of 0.832 lagging. The magnetization curve for the generator is shown in Figure 1. a. Sketch a phasor diagram for the generator. b.

    Probability of a False Alarm: Noise Power

    The fixed threshold of a radar detector was set, assuming a known noise power, to yield P_FA = 10^-6. The actual noise power was 3 dB higher than expected. What will be the actual P_FA?