1.) Can you provide a reference about this for phasors?
2.) If n≥0 why did you express "V2 leads V1 by -20°"
3.) The terms "Lead" and "Lag" already contain information about which way to traverse the angle from the REFERENCE phasor. What does the negative mean in "V2 leads V1 by -20°"...
Any takers? I haven't got any replies yet, wondering if I am missing any information or if what I have posted is not clear enough or too abstract. Feedback would be appreciated. Thanks again.
Consider two voltage phasors:
V1 = 1 volt @ 50°, and
V2 = 1 volt @ 30°.
It follows then that the relative phase shift between these two phasors can be expressed by any of the four following descriptions in terms of leading and lagging angle relationships.
1.) V1 Leads V2 by 20°
2.)...
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