The power factor varies between………………
Asked by rajneetverma11 | 16th Feb, 2020, 04:42: PM
The power factor varies between 0 and 1.
Power factor (PF) = cos Θ
Where,Θ is phase angle between voltage ad current
For purely resistive circuits, phase angle between voltage and current is zero thus, power factor is 1 and for purely reactive circuits, phase angle between voltage and current is 90 degree thus, power factor is 0
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 16th Feb, 2020, 07:27: PM
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