A circuit is constructed with an AC generator, a resistor, capacitor and inductor as shown. The generator voltage varies in time as ε =Va - Vb = εmsinωt, where εm = 120 V and ω = 225 radians/second. The inductance L = 153 mH. The values for the capacitance C and the resistance R are unkown. What is known is that the current in the circuit leads the voltage across the generator by φ = 48 degrees and the average power delivered to the circuit by the generator is Pavg = 103 W.
What is C, the value of the capacitance of the circuit?
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For answers to the previous questions asked, I have:
I_max = 2.566A
resistance of circuit, R = 31.29 Ω
I'm not sure if those values are needed to calculate the answer to this question, so I'm providing them just in case.
Well the impedance of inductor is omega*L, for capacitor it is 1/(omega*C).
now \[\tan\]=( (X_L - X_C)/R) and
\[\cos\]= R/ underroot((X_L-X_C)^2+R^2). Pavg=Vrms*Irms*cos(phi)
Now , you have two unknowns (L and C) and the above two equations. Solve it to get the result.
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Yeah, square root. :P And those should be tan(phi) and cos(phi). It's no big a deal, I liked doing it! :D
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Okay I must be a complete idiot. There are the first two equations you gave: Z = (omega*L) and Z = 1/(omega*C)
I guess I'm just missing something, but why do we need the other three equations; the one for tan(phi), cos(phi), and P_avg?
|dw:1369760684756:dw| Well it works like this: To calculate X_L and X_C you need to find omega*L and 1/omega*C respectively. But X_L andX_C shall be unknown too since C and L are unknown. tan (phi) is given and using X_L and X_C you can form 1 euation containing C and L.
Now calculate cos(phi) (equal to= P/(Vrms*Irms) )and cos(phi)=R/ squareroot((X_L-X_C)^2+R^2) <
In the triangle the angle should be phi, in place of theta.
So we don't use the "L" value that was given in the description of the problem?
Oh, I'm so sorry I never saw your reply. :( Of course we do. For calculating the X_L we need it. X_L=omega*L. Similarly, X_C=1/(omega*C) All the values shall be required.