AC Steady-State Power
IN HIS CHAPTER
11.2 Electric Power
11.3 Instantaneous Power and Average Power
11.4 Effective Value of a Periodic Waveform
11.5 Complex Power
11.6 Power Factor
11.7 The Power Superposition Principle
11.8 The Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
11.9 Coupled Inductors
11.10 The Ideal Transformer
11.11 How Can We Check … ?
11.12 DESIGN EXAMPLE— Maximum Power Transfer
In this chapter, we continue our study of ac circuits. In particular, we will see the following:
- The power supplied or received by any element of an ac circuit can be conveniently calculated after representing the circuit in the frequency domain.
Power in ac circuits is an important topic. Engineers have developed an extensive vocabulary to describe power in an ac circuit. We'll encounter average power, real and reactive power, complex power, the power factor, rms values, and more.
- AC circuits that contain coupled inductors and/or ideal transformers can be conveniently analyzed in the frequency domain.
Both coupled inductors and ideal transformers consist of magnetically coupled coils. (Coils may be tightly coupled or loosely coupled. The coils of an ideal transformer are perfectly coupled.) After representing coupled inductors and transformers in the frequency domain, we will be able to analyze ac circuits ...