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  • n. Plural form of phasor.

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  • The shields are always in the red, phasors dont work, and warp speed is down.

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  • It is the “real” power power available to do work that is the real component of the resultant phasors, and the reactive power is the imaginary component of the resultant phasors.

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  • Almost anyone who has had to work with rotating machinery will immediately understand why phasors do in fact bear a direct physical relationship with the AC circuits being described.

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  • You could point out to the students that electrical engineers use complex-plane vectors impedance vectors and rotating phasors in the analysis of AC circuits, even though the engineers know that these vectors bear no direct physical relationship to the AC circuits.

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  • Rotating machinery theory this is a senior or graduate level course even explains why the phasors are directly related to the AC response.

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  • Since then I have switched to “phasors,” which are vectors that rotate around the origin in the complex plane, because their lack of a direct physical relationship to AC circuits is much more obvious than that of imaginary numbers.

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  • If the loads are true 3 phase, then by KCL the phase current phasors will add up to zero and hence no neutral current.

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  • The first method shown in Figure 1 maintains a constant torque (all phasors the same length) throughout rotor rotation, by constantly varying the current in both windings.

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  • Note in particular the thicker phasors on the associated diagram at steps ½ (45 degrees), 1½ (315 degrees), 2½ (225 degrees) and 3½ (135 degrees).

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