Question

A short 3-φ transmission line with an impedance of (5 + j 20) Ω per phase has sending end and receiving end voltages of 46·85 kV and 33 kV respectively for some receiving end load at a p.f.of 0·8 lagging. Determine :

(i) power output

(ii) sending end power factor [(i) 22·86 kW (ii) 0·657 lag]

Step 1

The resistance and reactance of each conductors are,

Step 2

Load power factor, sending and receiving end voltage per phase are,

Step 3

Let *I* be the load curr...

Tagged in

Q: e foll a Onny uruut hind 34%

A: Part (a): Refer to Figure as shown in the part (a) of the given question.According to the Maximum po...

Q: 4. Find the current I assuming ideal diod es 1.2k2 10V (+ 15%4 12V+ 3V

A: The given is redrawn as shown in Figure 1.

Q: I got parts a & b right. I just need a clarification how the author got the answer to part c 72....

A: From Part (a), the lower cutoff frequency (fL) is 34.412 Hz.

Q: A 3-phase line 3 km long delivers 3000 kW at a p.f. 0·8 lagging to a load. The resistance and reacta...

A: Click to see the answer

Q: 7- In the following circuit find i,o) 7- . 16 6 V 12 0

A: We need to calculate i0(t), in the following circuit:

Q: 3.31 Find the node voltages for the circuit in Fig. 3.80. C, ML 1S2 4lo 2v V1 V2 11o 4 92 4Ω 1S2 ÷) ...

A: Nodal analysis primarily depends on the application of Kirchoff\'s Current Law (KCL) to various esse...

Q: 15.3 Determine the erection sag and tension of a transmission line at 65°C in still air. The line ha...

A: It is given that:

Q: Problem 2 question 2

A: In this problem, It is said that the value of R1, R2 and C should be physically realistic value such...

Q: Feedback Control of Dynamic Systems (7th edition) - Problem 7.19

A: Click to see the answer

Sorry about that. What wasn’t helpful?