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Entry: Apparent Power

URI: http://registry.it.csiro.au/def/wesc/core/ApparentPower

Apparent power is the total power in an AC circuit, which can be divided into two portions: i) Reactive power is the portion due to non-resistive loads, and ii) Active power is due to resistive loads.

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submitted byJonathan Yu
accepted on 23 Jan 2019 01:54:41.950

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date accepted 23 Jan 2019 01:54:41.950
date submitted 23 Jan 2019 01:41:06.392
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description Apparent power is the total power in an AC circuit, which can be divided into two portions: i) Reactive power is the portion due to non-resistive loads, and ii) Active power is due to resistive loads.
item class quantity kind
label Apparent Power
modified 23 Jan 2019 22:35:54.796
notation ApparentPower
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status status experimental
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account name jonathan.yu@csiro.au
name Jonathan Yu

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definition Apparent power is the total power in an AC circuit, which can be divided into two portions: i) Reactive power is the portion due to non-resistive loads, and ii) Active power is due to resistive loads.
description Apparent power is the total power in an AC circuit, which can be divided into two portions: i) Reactive power is the portion due to non-resistive loads, and ii) Active power is due to resistive loads.
label Apparent Power
notation ApparentPower
related Reactive Power | Active Power
type quantity kind
unit kilo volt ampere | mega volt ampere

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