Threads Tagged with reactive Thread / Thread Starter Last Post Replies Views Forum What would it mean if in a power system with purely inductive and resistive elements (No Capacitance) if you were... Nov8-13 07:22 PM Baluncore 3 292 Electrical Engineering 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data In the circuit shown, a load having an impedance of 39... Jun9-13 08:51 AM Color_of_Cyan 8 482 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework Hey guys I'm putting together a lightweight bulletproof armour and need a non reactive viscous gel to be placed in it.... May7-13 04:14 PM Danger 6 1,446 Materials & Chemical Engineering Hi everyone! I always use this forum to consult but I had never had the need to post something. I need to create an... Feb23-13 01:25 PM Windadct 10 678 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework Mod note: This thread on the reactive centrifugal force was split from this thread on the (fictitious) centrifugal... Feb12-13 02:13 PM DaleSpam 146 4,697 Classical Physics Good morning, in circuit theory I know that reacting power arise from phasors and represents a power which can't be... Feb2-13 05:42 PM sophiecentaur 7 626 Classical Physics Hi all, I would like to install Capacitor Bank into my control panel board which contains of few 10HP induction... Nov20-12 12:02 AM russ_watters 3 1,404 Electrical Engineering I found total impedance to be 14.23 ohms with an angle of 20.15. Found power factor to be .938 Pretty much stuck at a... Oct1-12 01:28 PM gneill 3 349 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework Hi I am trying to model a voltage regulation in a transmission network by reactive compensation. Initialy there is a... Aug22-12 04:19 PM greg997 0 532 Electrical Engineering Hi everyone, I'm a university student doing some RA work which involves modelling the gas pressure in a tubular fixed... Aug3-12 10:59 PM Chestermiller 3 1,093 Materials & Chemical Engineering I am trying to understand the concept of Electric Reactive Armour. Am I correct in thinking that it basically has a... Jul4-12 11:33 AM Ibix 3 1,209 General Physics 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A 33 kV single phase generator is supplying a customer... Apr28-12 07:22 AM vindarmagnus 4 587 Introductory Physics Homework I am currently studying electric power engineering, which in my case is most about models and approximations, which... Apr23-12 10:02 PM Antiphon 10 1,234 Electrical Engineering Hello, In electrostatics, classical mechanics predicts that a charged particle's action-at-a-distance force... Apr22-12 12:14 AM Philalethes 5 795 Classical Physics When I galvanize iron or attract a more reactive block of metal to iron, that metal will oxidise instead of the iron.... Feb26-12 05:34 PM sgstudent 5 1,444 Chemistry Hi I'm kinda confused with the difference between reactive and apparent power. In my understanding, reactive power... Feb11-12 09:03 AM acpower89 2 831 Electrical Engineering I wonder what really happens to powers in capacitors and inductors when they are connected in a circuit either in... Jan12-12 11:16 AM technician 5 831 Engineering, Comp Sci, & Technology Homework how capacitor compensate reactive power requirement of inductive load .? please explain..... Dec29-11 12:20 PM berkeman 1 1,561 Electrical Engineering Hi I am studying instrumentation and during my internship at a power plant i have come across many basic Power... Nov7-11 09:18 AM SArsalan 5 1,467 Electrical Engineering Trying to understand the power network and synchronous machines, led me to the fact that I am not sure about the... Nov7-11 04:58 AM Bassalisk 4 1,233 Electrical Engineering Reactive Centrifugal Force ( 1 2 3 ... Last) I came across this Wikipedia article about Reactive Centrifugal Force. It seems to be saying that this is not the... Sep28-11 01:35 PM D H 403 28,979 Classical Physics So in highschool we learned that chemicals with very few valence electrons want to get rid of them so that they can... Sep11-11 04:28 PM Khashishi 2 1,411 Quantum Physics hi dudes... i m confuse about apparent, reactive and real power, please explain.........any help wll be... Aug22-11 07:43 PM CraigHB 6 2,204 Electrical Engineering How do calculate the current when I have the active power and reactive power and voltage? A single-phase, full-wave... Aug16-11 02:24 PM uart 7 2,300 Electrical Engineering Yes I understand the definition of reactive power. It is the power that flows back and forth on transmission lines and... Aug9-11 07:13 PM Zryn 1 789 Electrical Engineering 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data im trying to identify photo reactive dye/ compound... Jul9-11 09:26 AM Mechdude 3 1,431 Biology, Chemistry & Other Homework Once exposed to air, aluminium would form a layer of aluminium oxide, which would render it unreactive in acids. ... May16-11 11:09 PM ZealScience 4 2,208 Chemistry So im having this problem at work where a 150kW induction motor is being used as an induction generator. There is a... Jan26-11 08:01 PM anon6912 0 1,259 Electrical Engineering Does anybody understand how this wattmeter configuration is measuring reactive power? ... Oct27-10 09:05 PM niko_bellic 5 5,257 Electrical Engineering hey, i am a little bit confused about the reactive power. we defined it as Q=UI sin(a) and the apparent power as... Oct4-10 02:46 PM Naty1 1 571 Classical Physics Hi, I'm trying to work out the real & reactive power losses through transformers and MV cables(185s, 400s and 630s).... Sep26-10 06:00 PM Binnie71 0 2,078 Electrical Engineering Hi, I'm a novice at quantum and I was just wondering why an electrically neutral fluorine atom needs to... May12-10 12:22 PM SpectraCat 8 1,968 Quantum Physics I had a little discussion with a friend about how reactive current influate voltage drop in a distribusion line. ... Mar3-10 04:20 AM m.s.j 2 1,800 Electrical Engineering I was reading about induction motors and speed controller(self commutated inverters for cage motor), and i didn't... Jan12-10 05:55 AM sophiecentaur 1 889 Electrical Engineering Hi! What is your opinion about this article: www.bme.hu/ptee2000/papers/fetea.pdf Oct26-09 01:07 PM mheslep 4 1,831 Electrical Engineering Hello, I am trying to simulate reactive power injection with a single phase inverter. The constant dc bus voltage on... Oct19-09 12:21 PM barrymon 0 2,384 Electrical Engineering please delete thread I found the answer. Oct11-09 12:38 AM justinbains 0 2,993 Biology, Chemistry & Other Homework Why aromatic aldehydes are less reactive than aliphatic aldehyds? Sep23-09 06:56 PM Ygggdrasil 3 1,369 Chemistry This is a problem i just cant get my head around. When you have a circuit consisting of a "Ideal Voltage source ->... Jul31-09 08:07 PM vk6kro 3 2,301 Electrical Engineering This is a general Organic Chemistry question. How do the reactivities of the following compare? Acyl Chlorides,... Apr28-09 09:18 PM naele 4 1,723 Biology, Chemistry & Other Homework