Unimelb Foundations of Electrical Networks Exam Paper
THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE
Semester 2 Assessment November 2012 Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering ELEN20005 FOUNDATIONS OF ELECTRICAL NETWORKS Time allowed: 180 minutes Reading time: 15 minutes This paper has 28 pages including the 3page Formulae Sheet The test is printed singlesided.
Authorised materials:
Only MelbourneSchoolofEngineeringapproved (with MSE approval sticker) electronic calculators are permitted.
Instructions to invigilators:
All examination material is to be collected at the end of the exam. Students may use a script book if they run out of writing space on the test paper itself.
Instruction to students:
Attempt ALL questions. The questions carry weight …show more content…
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ELEN20005 Foundations of Electrical Networks
Question 5 (10 marks)
12 n
Ie
+ V Rl 
~
20n
100 jlF
24mH
Consider the circuit above at sinusoidal steady state. The source voltage is given to be:
vs(t) = 8 cos(lOOOt) V and is represented by the phasor V s in the circuit diagram. (a) [7 marks] Find the phasor current Ie and the phasor voltage V L. Show all of your work.
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ELEN20005 Foundations of Electrical Networks
Question 5 ( Continued)
(b) [3 marks] Draw a phasor diagram indicating the phases of V L, V Rl, and V R2. NOTE: You are required to indicate the exact phase angles of each phasor, but you do not need to determine or label the numerical magnitudes.
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ELEN20005 Foundations of Electrical Networks
Question 6 (9 marks)
I
•
IA
1414/30° V
+

IB
8kW 12 kVAR
~A
~
B
10 kVA power factor = 0.7 leading
Two loads, A and B, are connected in parallel with a sinusoidal power source, as indicated in the circuit above. The source voltage phasor is labeled, as is some given power information for each load. (a) [2 marks] Draw and label the power triangle for Load B. Show all of your work.
(b) [2 marks] Find the power factor at the source and indicate whether it is leading or lagging. Show all of your work.
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ELEN20005 Foundations of Electrical Networks
Question 6 (Continued)
(c) [2