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There is no problem using a generator to run more inductive load so long as the generator capacity can supply the needed power to the inductive loads. The inductive loads should not be switched on at the same time but there should be a little delay before another load is switched ON as inductive loads draw more power at start ON. The power factor of the inductive loads also affect the generator, hence for safe operation a power factor that is approaching 1 is desirable.

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The actual energy consumed in load is inductive load

Yes, a coil is an example of an inductive load.

non- inductive load is without motor and transformer loads are non-inductive load, purely resistive are capacitive loads phase angle is unity are leading PF A non-inductive load is a load whose current does not change instantaneously.

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The actual energy consumed in load is inductive load

Inductive since it has a motor with windings.

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The question makes no sense. It asks why a pure inductive load is used ... instead of a pure inductive load. Please restate the question.

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