About reactive power ?? please help !!

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by amgad, Aug 30, 2009.

  1. amgad

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    please !!

    why voltage is related to reactive power generation

    i.e why voltage is regulated by reactive power ?

    thanks every one , please if the question has something wrong , I only wants to know the relation between voltage and reactive power !
     
  2. rjenkins

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    Look up 'Power Factor' to get some ideas.
     
  3. amgad

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    Thanks rjenkins for your help , but if you could explain it a little more , please !!
     
  4. Ratch

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    amgad,

    Your question is too vague and undefined for a short answer. That is why you have received such a poor response. Do you know the basics such as, what is power, reactance, resistance, voltage, current? If not, you need to study some more on your own. We can give you answers to specific well defined questions, but none of us has the time to teach a comprehensive electronics course. There is plenty of material in textbooks and on the web to educate you, and answer a lot of your basic questions.

    Ratch
     
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  5. amgad

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    thanks Ratch for your advice , but sure I know the basics you talked about .. you may be right so I need to revise my basics ...

    thanks again for your reply !!
     
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  8. mkbutan

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    the universal formula for the electricity is V=I/R
    the very upper line in this forum page have the links for the pl. look in vol-2
     
  9. amgad

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    thanks mkbutan , I appreciate you help , but

    I thought the universal formula is V = I * R !! [​IMG]

    did you forget the basics ?? [​IMG]
     
  10. mkbutan

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    good & thanks
    you are right this shows you don't required refreshing
     
  11. amgad

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    you are welcome ! mkbutan :)

    And this shows also that you didn't forget the basics :)

    This great forum already helped me for refreshing !!

    thanks again :)
     
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