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Eliminate current vs voltage phase different in AC inductive load circuit

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Aldy Haryopratomo, Sep 3, 2003.

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  1. Hi Everyone,

    Please help. I have an AC circuit with an inductive load and the
    current is 40 degrees ahead of the voltage. I would like to eliminate
    this in the most efficient way possible. Any suggestions? Thanks a
    lot.

    Aldy
     
  2. I am confused. Inductive loads have current that lags the applied
    voltage.

    If the frequency is fixed, you might consider cancelling some of the
    inductive current with a capacitive current. This does create some
    problems with inrush current when the voltage is switched on near the
    peak of the AC voltage. Please tell me more details on the situation.
     
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