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Q.1 The voltage and current in a circuit are given by = 150

300 V and = 2-300A. If the circuit works on a 50 Hz
supply, determine the power factor, power loss, impedance,
resistance, and reactance considering the circuit as a simple
series circuit.
= 150 300 V

Data :

= 2150 A
f = 50Hz
=

150 300
2 15 0

Impedance

= 75

Resistance

R = 53.03

Reactance

Power factor

Power loss

= 53.03

= VIcos

Q.2 An rms voltage of 100 00

combination of Z1 & Z2
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v is applied to a series

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when Z1 = 20 300 . Find reactive component of Z2.

Ans. = 100 00 , 1 = 20 300 , 1 = 40 -300 V.

Total Impedance =

=
=

40 300
20 30 0
100 00
2 60 0

= 2 600 A
= 50 600 = 25 + j 43.3

1 = 20 300 = 17.32 + j 10
1 = + 1
Reactive component of 2 = 33.3

Q. 3 When a sinusoidal voltage 120 V (rms) is applied to a series

R-L circuit, it is found that there occurs a power dissipation
of 1200 W and a current flow given by i (t) = 28.3 sin (314t
). Find the circuit resistance and inductance.
Data :

= 120 V

i ( t) = 28.3 sin (314 t )

P = 1200 W
I =

28.3
2

= 20.01A

P = VI cos
1200 = 120 20.01 cos
cos = 0.499
= 60.020
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Z =

120
20.01

= 6

= Z = 660.020 = 3 + j5.2
Resistance R = 3
Resistance XL = 5.2
XL = WL
5.2 = 314 X L
Inductance L = 0.0165 H

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Q.4 In a series circuit containing resistance and inductance, the

current and voltage are expressed as i (t) = 5 sin 314t +
2
3

5
6

of the circuit ? (b) What are the values of resistance,

inductance and power factor ? (c) What is the average
power drawn by the circuit ?
i (t) = 5 sin 314t +

Data:

2
3

I=

5
2

V=

5
6

20
2

Impedance Z =

20/ 2
5/ 2

= 4

Current is (f) lags behind voltage v (t) by an angle = 1500 - 1200

= 300
Power Factor = cos = cos (300) = 0.866 (lagging)
= 4300 = 3.464 + j2
Resistance

R = 3.464
XL = 2
XL = L
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2 = 314 X L
Inductance

L = 6.37 mH

=

20
2

5
2

0.866 = 43.3W

Q.5 A choke coil is connected in series with a fixed resistor. A

240 V, 50 Hz supply is applied and current of 2.5 A flows. If
the voltage drop across the coil and fixed resistor are 140 V
and 160 V respectively, calculate the resistance and
inductance of the coil, and the value of the fixed resistor and
power drawn by the coil.

Resistance of fixed resistor R =

Impedance of choke coil Zcoil =
Zcoil =

160
2.5
140
2.5

= 64
= 56

2 + 2 = 56
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2 + 2 = 3136
Total impedance

Z=

240
2.5

= 96

= (R+r) + jXL
Z=

( + )2 + 2

96 =

( + 64)2 + 2

( + 64)2 + 2 = 9216
Substituting Eq. (ii) from (i)
( + 64)2 2 = 6080
2 + 128 + 4096 2 = 6080
128 r = 1984
r = 15.5
Resistance of coil r = 15.5
Substituting the value of r in the Eq. (i),
(15.5)2 + 2 = 3136
2 = 2895.75
= 53.81

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= 2 50 L
Inductance of coil

L = 0.17 H

Power drawn by the coil = I2r

= (2.5)2 15.5 = 96.875 W

Q.6 A 100 resistance is connected in series with a choke coil.

When a 400 V. 50Hz supply is applied to this combination,
the voltage across the resistance and the choke coil are 200
V and 300 V respectively. Find the power consumed by the
choke coil. Also calculate the power factor of the choke coil
and the power factor of the circuit.

Current I =

200
100

=2A

200
100

= 150

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2 + 2 = 150
2 + 2 = 22500
Total impedance

(i)

Z=

400
2

= 200

= (R + r) + jXL
z=

( + )2 + 2 = 200

(100 + )2 + 2 = 40000
Subtracting the Eq. (i) from (ii)
(100 + )2 + 2 = 17500
10000 + 200r + 2 2 = 17500
200r = 7500
r = 37.5
Substituting the value of r in the Eq. (i) ,
(37.5)2 + 2 = 22500
2 = 21093.75
= 145.24
Power consumed by choke coil = I2 r = (2)2 X 37.5 = 150 w

Z coil
8

37.5
150

= 0.25 (lagging)

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Power factor of circuit

+
Z

100 + 37.5
200

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= 06875 (lagging)

Q.7 When a resistor and a coil in series are connected to a 240

V supply, a current of 3 A flows, lagging 370 behind the
supply voltage. The voltage across the coil is 171 volts. Find
the resistance of the resistor and the resistance and
reactance of the coil.

Zcoil =

171
3

= 57

2 + 2 = 57
2 + 2 = 3279
Total impedance

Z=

(i)
240
3

= 80

But

= (R + r) + jXL

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2 + 2 = 3249
2 + (48.145)2 = 3249
2 = 931.04
Reactance of coil r = 30.51
(R + r) = 63.89
R + 30.51 = 63.89
R + 30.51 = 63.89
Reactance of coil R = 33.38
Q.8 A cricuit consists of a pure resistance and coil in series.
Power dissipated in the resistance and in the coil are 1000
W and 250 W respectively. The voltage drops across the
resistance and the coil are 200 V and 300 V resistance. (ii)
resistance and reactance of the coil, (iii) coil impedance, (iv)
combined resistance of the circuit, (v) combined impedance,
and (vi) supply voltage.

PR = 1000 W

VR = 200 V

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PCOIL = 250 W
PR =

VCOIL = 300 V

2
R
(200)2

1000 =

R = 40
VR = RI
200 = 40I
I = 5A
Pcoil = I2r
250 = (5)2 x r
Resistance of coil

r = 10

Impedance of coil

Zcoil =

Reactance of coil

XL =
=

300
5

= 60

(60)2 (10)2 = 59.2

Combined resistance Rr = R + r = 40 + 10 = 50
( + )2 2

Combined impedance Zr =
=
Supply voltage

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Q.9 When a voltage of 100V is applied to a coil A, the current

taken is 8 A and the power is 120W. When applied to a coil
B, the current is 10 A and the power is 500W. What current
and power will taken when 100V is applied to the two coils
connected in series ?

ZR =

100
8

= 12.5

PA = IA2 rA
120 = (8)2 x rA
200 = 40I
rA = 1.875
XA =

ZA2 rA2 =

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ZR =

100
10

= 10

PB = IB2 rB
500 = (10)2 x rB
rB = 5
ZB2 rB2 =

XB =

When coils A and B are connected in series,

= rA + jXA + rB + jXB
= 1.875 + j 12.36 + 5 + j 8.66
= 6.875 + j 21.02
= 22.11 71.890
Z = 22.11
= 71.890
I=

100
22.11

= 4.52A

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Q.10 In a particular circuit, a voltage of 10 V at 25 Hz produces

100 mA. while the same voltage at 75 Hz produces 60 mA.
Find the values of components of the circuit.
Data

V1 = 10 V,

f1 = 25 Hz, I1 = 10 mA,

V2 = 10 V,

f2 = 75 Hz, I2 = 60 mA,

Case (i) V1 = 10 V,
Z1 =

1
I1

f1 = 25 Hz,

10
100 X 10 3

= 100

Case (ii) V2 = 10 V,
Z2 =

2
I2

I1 = 100 mA,

f1 = 75 Hz,
10
60 X 10 3

I2 = 60 mA,

= 166.67

As frequency increase, impedance of the circuit increases.

In a serices R-L circuit, inductive reactance XL increases
with frequency. Hence, impedance increases.
Z1 =

R2 + X L21 =

R2 + (2 x 25 x L)2 = 100

R2 + (50L)2 = 10000
Z2 =

R2 + X L22 =

R2 + (2 x 25 x L)2 = 166.67

R2 + (150L)2 = 27778.89
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R = 88.1
L = 0.3 H

Q.11 When 1 A is passed through three coils A, B and C in series,

the voltage across them are 6 V, 3 V and 8 V respectively on
a dc supply and 7 V 5 V and 10 V respectively on an ac
supply. Find the power factor and the power dissipated in
each coil and the power factor of the whole circuit.
Data

I=1A

On dc supply

VA = 6 V,

VB = 3 V,

On ac supply

VA = 7 V,

VB = 5 V,

For dc supply, f=0

XL = 2fL = 0
The coil behaves as a pure resistor
6

RA = = 6
1

RB = = 3
1

For ac supply,
15

RC = = 8
1

VC = 8 V,

VC = 10 V,

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ZA = = 7
1

ZB = = 5

ZC =

10
1

XA =

ZA2 R2A =

XB =

ZB2 R2B =

(5)2 (3)2 = 4

XC =

ZC2 R2C =

(10)2 (8)2 = 6

(7)2 (6)2

Power factor of coil A =

Power factor of coil B =
Power factor of coil C =
Total impedance

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= 10
= 3.6

= = 0.857 (lagging)
7

= = 0.6 (lagging)
5

8
10

= 0.8 (lagging)

= Ra + jXA + RB + jXB + RC + jKC

= 6 + j3.6 + 3 + j4 + 8 + j6
= 17 + j13.6 = 21.77 38.680

Power factor of the whole circuit = cos (38.680) = 0.78

(lagging)
Q.12 An air-cored coil takes 5 A current and consumes 600 W
power when connected across a 200V. 50 Hz ac supply.
Calculate the value of the current drawn by the coil if the
supply frequency increases to 60 Hz.
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Data

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I=5A
V = 200 V
P = 600 W
f = 50 Hz.

For

Z=

200
5

= 40

P = I 2r
600 = (5)2 x r
r = 24
XL = z 2 r 2
=

(40)2 (24)2

= 32

XL = 2fL
32 = 2 X 50 X L
L = 0.1019 H
For

f = 60 Hz
XL = 2 X 60 X 0.1019 = 38.4
r = 24

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(r)2 X L2 =

Z=
I =

200
45.28

(24)2 + (38.4)2

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= 45.28

= 4.417 A

Q.13 When an iron-cored choking coil is connected to a 12 V dc

supply, it draws a current of 2.5 A and when it is connected
to a 230 V, 50 Hz supply, it draws a 2 A current and
consumes 50 W of power. Determine for this value of current
(i) power loss in the iron core, ii) inductance of the coil, (iii)
power factor, and the (iv) value of the series resistance
which is equivalent to the effect of iron loss.
Data For dc
For dc

V = 12 V, I = 2.5 A
V = 230 V,

I=2A

P = 50 W

In an iron-cored coil, there are two types of losses

(i) Losses in core known as core or iron loss
ii) Losses in winding known as copper loss.
P = I2r + Pi

=R+

Rr = R +

Where R is the resistance of the coil and

which is equivalent to the effect of iron loss.
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For dc supply,

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f=0
XL = 0
R=

12
2.5
230

= 4.8
= 115

For ac supply

Z=

Iron loss

Rr =
XL =

Z 2 R2r =

50
(2)2

= 12.5

(115)2 (12.5)2 = 114.3

XL = 2fL
114.3 = 2 X 50 X L
Inductance

L = 0.363 H

Power factor

12.5
115

= 0.108 (lagging)

=

30.8
(2)2

= 7.7

Q.14 An iron cored coil takes 4A at a p.f. of 0.5 when connected

to a 200V, 50Hz supply. When the iron core is removed and
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voltage is reduced to 40V, current rises to 5A at pf of 0.8.

Find the iron loss in the core and inductonce in each case.
soin with iron core
Without iron core

I = 4 A,

pf = 0.5

V = 200 V

I = 5 A,

pf = 0.8

V = 40 V

When the core is removed

Z=
pf =

40

= 8

0.8 =

Rr = 6.4
XL = Z 2 R 2 =

(8)2 (6.4)2 = 48

XL = 2fL
4.8 = 2 X 50 X L
Inductance with iron core,
Z=

L = 0.0153 H

200

pf =
0.5 =

= 50

50
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= 25
XL =

(50)2 (25)2 = 43.30

Z 2 R2r =

XL = 2fL
43.3 = 2 X 50 X L
Inductance iron loss,

L = 0.01378 H

Pi = P - I2R
= VI cos I2R
= 200 x 4 x 0.5 (4)2 x 6.4 = 297.6W
Q.15)

The voltage applied to a circuit is e = 100 sin (t+ 300)

and the current flowing in the circuit is i = 1.5 sin (t+ 600).
Determine impedance, resistance, reactance, power and
power factor.
Data

e = 100 sin (t+ 300)

i = 15 sin (t+ 600)
=
=

100
2
15
2

300V

600A

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100
2
15
2

30 0
60 0

SOLVED

= 6.67 300 = 5.77 -j3.33

Impedance

Z = 6.67

Resistance

R = 5.77

Reactance

XC = 3.33
= cos = cos (300) = 0.866

Power factor
Power
Q.16)

P = VI cos =

100
2

15
2

0.866 = 649.5W

to a 240 V 50 Hz ac supply. Find the value of C so that R

absorbs 300 W at 100 V. Find also the maximum charge and
maximum stored energy in C.
Data

V = 240 V

VR = 100V

P = 300 W

f = 50 Hz

P=

V 2R

300 =

(100)2

R = 33.33
P = I 2R

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300 = I2 X 33.33
I = 3A
V

240

Z= =
Xc = Z 2 R2 =
XC =

= 80

(100)2 (33.33)2 = 72.72

1

72.72 =

1
2 50

C = 43.77F
Voltage across capacitor
VC =

V 2 VR2 =

(240)2 (100)2 = 72.72

Maximum value of

VC = 218.7 x

2 = 308.54 V

Maximum charge
Qmax = CVcmax = 43.77 x 10-6 x 308.54 = 0.0135C
Maximum stored energy

Emax =
=

1
2

1
2

C (Vcmax)2

=2.08J

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Q.17)

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variable resistor. The circuit is connected across 50 Hz

mains. Find the value of the resistor for a condition when the
voltage across the capacitor is half the supply voltage.
Data

C = 35 F
VC =
VC =
VC =

1
2

2
2

XC.I =
XC =

V
1

1
2

f = 50 Hz

1
2 50 35 10 6

= 90.946

V
1
2

Z.I

Z = 2XC
Z=

R2 X C2

(2XC)2 = R2 X C2
3X C2 = R2
R2 = 3 x (90.946)2 = 24813.35
R = 157.5

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Q.18)

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V supply. When the supply frequency is 50 Hz, the current

drawn is 5A. When the frequency is increased to 60 Hz, it
draws 5.8 A. Fin the value of R and C and power drawn in
the second case.
Data

V = 250V
f1 = 50 Hz,

I1 = 5 A,

f2 = 60 Hz,

I0 = 5.8 A

f3 = 50 Hz,
Z1 =
R2 +
For

250
5

1
100

R2

= 50 =

21

R2

100

= 2500
f2 = 60 Hz,
Z2 =

Z2 =
R2 +

250
5.8

= 43.1

R2

1
120

R = 19.96

25

1
22

R2

= 1857.9

1
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C = 69.4F
Power drawn in the second case = I2R = (5.8)2 x 19.96 = 671.45 w

Q.19)

connected in series with an imperfect capacitor. When such

a series circuit is connected across a 200 V, 50 Hz supply, it
has been observed that their combined impedance is (3.8 + j
6.4) Calculate the resistance and capacitance of imperfect
capacitor.

Data

= 3.8 + j 6.4
XL = 2fL = 2 X 50 X 0.22 = 69.12

Total impedance

=3 + j69.12 + R - jXC
=(3 + R) + j (69.12 XC)

3+R =

3.8
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R = 0. 8
69.12 XC = 6.4
XC = 62.74
XC =
62.72 =

1
2
1
2 50

C = 50.75F

Q.20)

applied voltage by 450. The voltage across the inductance

has maximum value equal o twice the maximum value of
voltage across the capacitor. Voltage across the inductance
is 300 sin (1000t) and R = 20 Find the value of inductance
and capacitance.
Data

VL

= 20

= 450

VL(max)
2 VC

= 2V
= 2 2 VC
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I x XL
XL

= 2l x XC
= 2XC

cos

cos 450

20
2

= 28.28
R2 + X L X C

(28.28)2
799.76

= 400 + X 2

XC

= 20

XL

= 2 XC = 40

XL

= t

40

= 1000 x L

XC

20

SOLVED

40
1000

= 0.04H

1
1000

= 50F
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Q.21)

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79.57 capacitor and when connected across a 50 Hz supply,

the p.d. across the coil is equal to the p.d. across the
capacitor. Find the resistance and inductance of the coil
Data

pf

= 0.5

= 79.57F

f
Vcoil
XC
VCoil
I. ZCoil
ZCoil
pf of coil
0.5

= 50 Hz
= VC
=

1
2

1
2 50 79.57 10 6

= VC
= I . XC
= XC = 40
= cos =
=

40

Resistance of coil R = 20

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2
Zcoil
(20)2 = 34.64

XC

XL

= 2fL

34.64

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= 2 x 50 x L

Q.22)

resistance of 5 and an inductance of 9.55 H is series with a

capacitor C. If the voltage across the coil is 300 V. Find the
value of V.
Data

= 250 V

= 5

= 9.55 H

Vcoil
XL
Zcoil

= R2 X L2 =

= 300 V
= 2fL = 2 X 50 X 9.55 = 3000

I

30

300
3000

= 0.1A

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Total impedance

When XL > XL

(2500)2
(3000X C )
XC

When Xc > XL

Q.23)

0.1

= 2500

R2 + (X L X C )2

= 500

XC

250

= 2500

2500

= (5)2 + (3000 X C ) 2

(2500)2

SOLVED

1
2 X C

1
2 50 500

= 6.37F

R2 + (X L X C )2

= (5)2 + (X C 3000) 2
= X C 3000
= 5500
=

1
2 50 5500

= 0.58F

indicating terminal voltage V1 and V2 and the current. Find

the volue of (a) current, (b) V1 and V2 and (c) power factor.

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Data

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XL1

= 2 = 2 X 50 X 0.05V = 15.71

XL2

= 2 = 2 X 50 X 0.1 = 31.42

XC
Total impedance

SOLVED

1
2 X C

1
2 50 50 10 6

= 63.66

= 10 + j15.71 + 20 + j31.42 j63.66

= 30 j16.53 = 34.24 28.850
200

= 5.84 00 A

1
1

34.25

= 5.84A

=1 . = (18.62 57.520) (5.8400) =108.74 57.520 V

2

= 20 + j31.42 j 63.66
= 20 j32.24 = 37.94 57.520

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pf

Q.24)

Find values of R and C so that Vx = 3Vy, such that Vx &

Data

SOLVED

XL

= 2 = 2 X 50 X 0.0255 = 8

ZX

= 6 X j 8 = 10 53.130

VX

= 3Vy

I x ZX
Zx

= 3 X I X Zy
= 3Zy

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VX and VY are in quadrature, i.e., phase angle between Vx

and Vy is 900.
Hence the angle between Zx and Zy will be 900. The
impedance is capacitive in nature.
Zy
Zy

10
3

= Zy

R

= 2.66

XC

= 2

XC

1
2 X C
1
2 50 2

= 1.59mF

The admittance Y of a circuit is defined as a reciprocal of

impedance. The impedance Z can be written as
Z

= R + jK

The real part of impedance is called resistance and the

imaginary part is called reactance. Similarly, admittance also can
be expressed in terms of real part and imaginary part.
1
Z

1
R+jX

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R2

+ X2

SOLVED

R2

+ X2

The real part of admittance is called conductance and the

imaginary part is called susceptance and are measured in mho
(V) or siemens (S).
In general,

Q.25)

= G + jB

If

= R + jXLB

If

= R jXC

Y =
Y =

1
Z

1
Z

= G - jBL

= G + jBC

= (6+j8) and Z2 = (8j6) and connected in parallel. If the

applied voltage to the combination is 100 V. find (i) current
and pf of each branch. (ii) overall current and pf of the
combination. and (iii) power consumed by each impedance.

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Z1

Data

= 6 + j8

= 100 v

= 100 00 V

I1

I2

V
Z1
V
Z1

=
=

100 00
6+ j8
100 00
8 j6

Z2 = 8 j6

= 10 53.130 A
= 10 36.90 A

cos 1

cos 2

= cos (36.90) = 0.8 (leading)

SOLVED

= I1 + I2 = 10 53.130 + 10 36.90
= 14.14 8.130

pf

Q.26)

P1

P2

supply.

Calculate

(i)

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susceptance of the combined circuit, and (ii) total current

and power factor.

Z1

Data

= (7 + j5) Z2 = (10 j8)

= 230 v

Y1

Y2

1
Z1
1
Z2

=
=

1
7+ j5

= 0.12 35.540

1
10 j8

= 0.08 38.660

= Y1 + Y2
= 0.12 35.540 + 0.08 38.660
= 0.16 7.040
= 0.16 j0.02

= 0.16

Conductance

= 0.16

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Susceptance

B
I

SOLVED

= 0.02
= +
= (230 00) (0.16 7.040)
= 36.8 7.040 A

I
pf

Q.27)

= 36.8 A
= cos = cos (7.040) = 0.99 (lagging)

composed of two parallel branches. If the branch currents

are 10 400 A and 20 300 A. determine the kVA, kVAR,
kW in each branch. Also calculate the pf of the combined
Data

I1

= 10 400A

= 200 250 V

I2 = 20 -300A

= 0.16 7.040
Phase difference between V and I1 , 1 = 400 250 = 15
Phase difference between V and I2 , 2 = 250 (300 ) = 550
cos 1

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cos 2

SOLVED

P1

Q1

S1

I1

= 10 400A

I2

= 20 -300A

= I1 + I2

10 400 + 20 300

= 25.24 8.140 A
= 250 (8.140)

Phase difference

= 33.140
pf

Q.28)

parallel with an inductor, the total current is 22.1 A. What

value must the frequency have for the total current to be 34
A?

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Data

= 240 V

= 15

(16)2

256 +

= 22.1A

I1

I2

I
240 2
XL
57600
X 2L

240 0 0

= 16 00 = 16 A

15 00
240 0 0
XL

900

= 16 j

XL

XL

= 22.1
= 22.1
= 15.74

XL

= 2fL

240

240

XL

15.74

SOLVED

= 2 x 50 x L
= 0.05 H

40

= 900 = j

240
XL

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SOLVED

(16)2

240

= 34

2 0.05

256 +

57600
0.0987 2

Q.29)

= 1156
= 25.47 Hz

find the power consumed as well as pf.

Data

= 2 50 0.01 = 3.14

= 2 50 0.02 = 6.28

1
2 50 200 10 6

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= 15.92

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= 6 + j 3.14

= 4 + j 6.28

= 2 j 15.92

=(6 + j3.14) +

= 1 +

2 .3
2 +3

(4+ 6.28) (2 15.92)

(4+ 6.28)+(2 15.92)

SOLVED

= 17.27 30.750

100 00

= 5.79 30.750 A

17.27 30.75 0

= 497.94 W
pf

Q.30)

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RESISTOR, INDUCTOR & CAPACITOR IN A.C

= 2 50 0.0191 = 6

= 2 50 0.0318 = 10
1

=8

= 2 + j 6 = 6.32 71.560

= 7 j 8 = 10.63 51.340

= +
=

2 50 398 10 6

1 .2
1 +2

SOLVED

+ 3

(2+ 6) (7 8)
(2+j6+7j8)

= 1000 A

2 = 2 . 2 (10.6348.80) (10 00)

= 10.63 48.80V
1
1

1
2

= 2 = 106.3 48.80 V
106.348.80
6.32 71.56 0

=16.82 120.360 A

1 +2 =16.82 120.3601000

=14.58 84.090A

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RESISTOR, INDUCTOR & CAPACITOR IN A.C

SOLVED

= 290.28 38.560 V
Q.31)

with another impedance of -j5 ohm. The combination is then

connected in series with a pure resistance of 2 When
connected across a 100 V, 50 Hz ac supply, the total current
drawn by the circuit is 20 A and the total power consumed
by the circuit is 2 kW. Calculate (i) R and L, and (ii) currents
through parallel branches.

Data

= 2kW

= 100 V

= 20 A

= VI cos

2000

= 100 20 cos

cos

= 1

= 0
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RESISTOR, INDUCTOR & CAPACITOR IN A.C

= 100 00

= 20 00

SOLVED

= 2 200 00 = 40 00
= 100 00 40 00 = 60 00

23.32 30.960

60 00

=
60 00

5 900

= 12 900

R

= 2.2

XL

= 1.32

XL

= 1.32

XL

= 2f L

1.32
L

= 2 50 L
= 4.2 mH

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Q.32)

SOLVED

conductance and total susceptance (ii) total current and total

pf (iii) value of pure capacitance to be connected in parallel
with above conbination to make the total pf unity.

Data

= 6 + j8 = 10 53.130

= 8 - j6 = 10 36.870

1
1
1
2

=
=

1
10 53.13 0

= 0.153.130

1
10 36.87 0

= 0.136.870

= 1 + 2
= 0.1 53.130 + 0.1 36.870
= 0.14 j0.02 = 0.14 8.130

= 0.14

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SOLVED

Let

= 200 00 V

(ii)

= .

Total pf
(iii)

in nature. In order to make the total pf unity, a pure capacitor is

connected in parallel so that pf becomes unity and imaginary part
of

becomes zero.

= 0.02
= 50
=

1
25050

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= 63.66 F

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SOLVED