AEL-MRPC Manual Reactive Power Compensation Application

MANUAL REACTIVE POWER COMPENSATION APPLICATION - AEL-MRPC

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The Manual Reactive Power Compensation Application, "AEL-MRPC", has been designed to study the reactive power effects in AC circuits, due to reactive loads, and its compensation procedures.

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The Manual Reactive Power Compensation Application, "AEL-MRPC", has been designed to study the reactive power effects in AC circuits, due to reactive loads, and its compensation procedures.

Reactive power can be described as the quantity of "unused" power that is developed by reactive components, such as inductors or capacitors in an AC circuit or system. The power factor (PF) is defined as the ratio between the active power in watts and the apparent power in volt-amperes and indicates how effectively electrical power is being used, so the closer the power factor is to 1 the more efficient use of the electrical power.

The "AEL-MRPC" application includes all types of commutable loads (resistive, inductive and capacitive) to study the power factor correction. In real power systems almost all circuits are inductive so the compensation procedure is done by placing capacitive loads through many different configurations. A network analyzer is also included to measure the electrical parameters (currents, voltages, frequency, powers or the power factor) that the user must know for the previously mentioned purpose.

ÜBUNGEN UND GEFÜHRTE PRAKTIKEN

GEFÜHRTE PRAKTISCHE ÜBUNGEN IM HANDBUCH ENTHALTEN

  1. Wiring of capacitive and inductive loads.
  2. Measurement of the active power consumed by a receiver in a pure resistive circuit.
  3. Measurement of the reactive power consumed by a receiver in a pure inductive circuit.
  4. Measurement of the reactive power consumed by a receiver in a pure capacitive circuit.
  5. Measurement of the apparent, active and reactive powers consumed by a receiver in a RL circuit.
  6. Measurement of the power factor of a receiver in a RL circuit.
  7. Computation and wiring of the capacitive load needed to carry out the power factor correction.
  8. Comparison of the active energy consumed after the compensation.
  9. Comparison of the reactive energy consumed after the compensation.
  10. Measurement of power factor after the compensation.

Practical exercises with the recommended Software, "EM-SCADA":

  1. Real time current and voltage RMS values monitoring.
  2. Real time current and voltage waveforms measurement.
  3. Real time monitoring of the results.
  4. Obtaining the saved results.

MEHR PRAKTISCHE ÜBUNGEN FÜR DAS GERÄT

  1. Several other exercises can be done and designed by the user.

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