Answer This question makes no sense. Please clarify and check your terminology.
With 15 HP of power it would be worth having a capacitor bank to correct the power factor if:
(i) your load contains a large percentage of appliances with a poor power factor e.g. induction motors
(ii) your power company is loading the charge for your kWh usage because of your poor power factor.
If those two items don't apply to you, it isn't worth it.
It depends upon at how much voltage level 400 kvar capacitor bank is used.
Your question is rather vague. Are you asking how do you determine the reactive power of a capacitor bank necessary to improve the power factor of a load (in which case, is it a single-phase or a three-phase load), or are you asking how to convert a capacitor bank's capacitance into reactive power?If the former, then you need to know the reactive power of the load before power factor-improvement, and the resulting reactive power after power-factor improvement, and the difference between these two will tell you how much reactive power you need to add in the form of capacitors.
Solar panels do not hold power they convert sunlight to electricity. This is stored in batteries or capacitors. The amount would depend on the rating of the capacitor or battery.
Camera flashes use a capacitor because a capacitor can dump a lot of electrical energy very quickly. Much faster than a battery. That's how to produce a quick flash by using a capacitor that suddenly discharges the electricity.
It depends on the power factor of the load, but for a load power factor of 0.7 on a 2000 kVA transformer the real power and reactive power are both 1400 kilo (watts and VAR). So a 1400 kVAR capacitor on the load would restore the power factor to 1, allowing 2000 kW to be drawn instead of only 1400 kW.
If you want 100kVAR from a capacitor bank, you must install a 100kVAR capacitor bank. If what you're asking is related to how much capacitance it will take to offset a poor power factor, it is directly related to your load, and cannot be answered without more details - for power factor correction, you don't want to over correct (you would be buying too much equipment, and it could actually make your power factor look worse), so load profiles must be taken into account. Can the capacitors be switched on automatically, or must they be manually switched? What voltage level? The best way to determine this is to discuss with your local power company. They usually have people on staff that analyze this sort of thing on a regular basis, and if they don't, they could at least point you in the right direction.
A capacitor works by charging up with electricity in a certain amount of time. During this time, DC electrical current flows through the capacitor. But when it is charged as much as it can be, the dc electrical current stops flowing.
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When a stereo system drains too much battery power, it is time to add a capacitor. The capacitor will not increase the battery, but instead will modulate it allowing for additional stereo usage.
The C represents the capacitance (in farads) of the capacitor. It is a measure of how much charge a capacitor can hold. This is needed to know how much energy the capacitor is holding.
A capacitor is used to improve the power factor of the lamp.More detailsTo prevent the lamp from taking too much current a fluorescent lamp has to have a choke, which has magnetic inductance. The inductance has a negative impact on the power factor of the (the ratio between apparent power and real power taken by the lamp) - i.e. the power factor is reduced - so a capacitor is used to compensate for the inductance by improving the power factor so that it is closer to the ideal value of 1.Basically the inductor with the capacitor smooths out the voltage or current.
it depends on how big the power station is
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Power = V*I Power = (V) * (C*dV/dt) To store more / less power / charge, charge the capacitor with a greater / smaller voltage (make sure the cap is rated for at least as much as the voltage you are charging from, though).
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Suggest you ask your electricity company-it must depend on which area you live in.
Yes, the body is a natural capacitor. Therefore, it builds up static charges. Not much else to say about it, really.
Theæ definition of farad is as follows; SI unit of capacitance, formally defined to be the capacitance of a capacitor between the plates of whichæthere appears a potential difference of one volt when it is charged by a quantity of electricity equal to one coulomb.
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