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cecilio
Posted: April 02, 2011 03:49 am
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Hi Guys,

What will be the effect on 'Power Factor' of the power supply system under the following conditions:-

1) If I were to connect several inductors in ‘parallel’ with the power supply system.

2) If I were to connect several inductors in ‘series’ with the power supply system.

Does system Power Factor differ if two inductances are first connected in parallel and then in series with each other?

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Posted: April 05, 2011 02:56 pm
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These are isolated inductors (no mutual inductance)?

In both cases, the power factor is worse (assuming a unity or inductive power factor, which is typical).

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