You might want to repeat that calculation over an interval where both waveforms are in a steady state. the contribution from the transient part of the waveform may be skewing your results. You can do this by rerunning the simulation, but don't start collecting data until steady state has been reached.Hi Eric,
Using the rms values of waveform I and waveform V from the first ss that I uploaded, the power generated by the primary circuit is 1.75 V * 32.115 mA = 56.36 mW. I mistakenly wrote it as 56.36 mA above; sorry for that.
Thank you for the response. I took some data by increasing stop time, changing relative response values, and solver. However, the current passing through the primary circuit is almost the same which is approximately 32mA.You might want to repeat that calculation over an interval where both waveforms are in a steady state. the contribution from the transient part of the waveform may be skewing your results. You can do this by rerunning the simulation, but don't start collecting data until steady state has been reached.
Hi Eric,hi 00,
Does this IV plot of the primary current give you a clue ref the Power ?
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Hi Eric,hi 00.
So please show your phase correction calculation for the P = I *V * ? = .................
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