Apparent Power

Apparent Power and Power Factor: Apparent Power - The power factor is useful in determining useful power (true power) transferred to a load. The highest power factor is 1, which…

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Reactive Power

Reactive Power and The Power Triangle: We know that the average power dissipated is From the impedance triangle shown in Fig. 6.4 If we substitute Eqs (6.12) and (6.13) in…

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Differential Protection Relay in Power System

Differential Protection Relay in Power System: A Differential Protection Relay in Power System scheme compares quantities derived from the input and output currents of the protected circuit in such a…

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Power Triangle

Power Triangle: The analysis of power factor can also be made in terms of power drawn by the a.c. circuit. If each side of the current triangle oab of Fig.…

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Nuclear Power Station

Nuclear Power Station: A generating station in which nuclear energy is converted into electrical energy is known as a nuclear power station. In nuclear power station, heavy elements such as…

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3 Phase Star Connection

Voltage, Current and Power in 3 Phase Star Connection: 3 Phase Star Connection - Figure 9.21 shows a balanced three-phase, Y-connected system. The voltage induced in each winding is called…

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