Discussion :: RC Circuits - True or False (Q.No.3)
The power factor (PF) indicates how much of the apparent power is true power.
Answer: Option A
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|Ponrajan said: (Mar 11, 2012)|
|Please give the explanation.|
|Harika Gadde said: (Dec 21, 2012)|
|ie., PF indicates how much apparent power is real power(true power) not reactive power|
|Shravan Hosamani said: (Jun 20, 2015)|
|Power factor, cos phi = R/Z.
R - Resistance.
Z - Impedance.
R gives true power and Z gives the apparent power.
Where Z = R + I (XL - XC).
|P Venkateswara Reddy said: (Aug 25, 2015)|
|Power factor defined as cosine angle between voltage and current. Same like it also defined p/s. Where p is real power and s is apparent power.|
|Sushma said: (Jul 4, 2019)|
|Powerfactor = true power/apparent power hence answer is correct.|
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