(sin phase problem) Two loads are connected in parallel to a 440 v source through lines with negligible impedance; load 1 draws 80 k V A at 0.7 lagging; load 2 draws 80 kW at 0.8 lagging. a) Draw the power triangles for load 1, load 2, and the combined load; b) Determine the power factor seen by the generator; c) Determine the current for each load (magnitude and angle) and the total current supplied by the generator.

27 1 - (sin phase problem) Two loads are connected in parallel to a 440 v source through lines with negligible impedance; load 1 draws 80 k V A at 0.7 lagging; load 2 draws 80 kW at 0.8 lagging. a) Draw the power triangles for load 1, load 2, and the combined load; b) Determine the power factor seen by the generator; c) Determine the current for each load (magnitude and angle) and the total current supplied by the generator.

This content is for Premium members only.
sign up for premium and access unlimited solutions for a month at just 5$(not renewed automatically)


images - (sin phase problem) Two loads are connected in parallel to a 440 v source through lines with negligible impedance; load 1 draws 80 k V A at 0.7 lagging; load 2 draws 80 kW at 0.8 lagging. a) Draw the power triangles for load 1, load 2, and the combined load; b) Determine the power factor seen by the generator; c) Determine the current for each load (magnitude and angle) and the total current supplied by the generator.

already a member please login