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Electrical Machines: AC Generators Problem Solving

A three-phase AC generator is supplying power to a load of 3200 kW at 230 volts and a power factor of 60%. Assume that the loss of the line, the generator armature and the load is equal to the 10% of the load, what would be the savings in watts if the power factor were raised to 80%?

A.ย  100,000

B.ย  140,000

C.ย  80,000

D.ย  230,000

The savings in watts if the power factor were raised to 80% is equal to 140,000 Watts.

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