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Reoccurring Error in RLC Series Circuit Problems.by buildingblocs
Tags: active power, circuit, error, ohm's law, phasor, reactive power, reoccurring, series 
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#1
Nov613, 01:12 AM

P: 11

Hi All,
In doing some practice RLC series circuit question, I have been obtaining incorrect values for active and reactive power. The magnitudes I obtain are correct however the sign of the value is not. I have attributed this to obtaining an incorrect argument for the absolute power, or computing phasors incorrectly. I have attached an image of the reasoning behind my problem solving however I must be fundamentally wrong somewhere. 


#2
Nov1413, 03:39 PM

P: 44

S=V.I*=(V.ejα).(I.ejβ)*= (V.ejα).(I.e − jβ)= V.I.ej(α − β) = VIcos(α − β) + j.VIsin(α − β)
I*=conjugated electric current α=θv ; β=θvθz ;αβ=θz Then S=V^2/Z.ejθz 


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