Figure 1 shows an equivalent circuit of one phase of a motor (RL) with a parallel-connected capacitor (C). In power factor correction we wish that the phase angle between voltage and current that enters through the terminals of the circuit be as close as possible to zero. If R = 40 ? and L = 0.1 H, determine the value of C to achieve a power factor of 1 (pf = 1.0).

15 12 - Figure 1 shows an equivalent circuit of one phase of a motor (RL) with a parallel-connected capacitor (C). In power factor correction we wish that the phase angle between voltage and current that enters through the terminals of the circuit be as close as possible to zero. If R = 40 ? and L = 0.1 H, determine the value of C to achieve a power factor of 1 (pf = 1.0).

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images - Figure 1 shows an equivalent circuit of one phase of a motor (RL) with a parallel-connected capacitor (C). In power factor correction we wish that the phase angle between voltage and current that enters through the terminals of the circuit be as close as possible to zero. If R = 40 ? and L = 0.1 H, determine the value of C to achieve a power factor of 1 (pf = 1.0).

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