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In Topic: Power Factor Improvement For Three Phase Using Pic Simulation And Design

21 March 2011 - 03:09 PM

QUOTE (jOmega @ Mar 20 2011, 12:46 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello Kashif,

I also do not know what do do; I am not familiar with Proteus.

Perhaps this video tutorial will be of some help.
Click on below link.
Proteus Isis Tutorial Part 1

thankyou jomega

In Topic: Power Factor Improvement For Three Phase Using Pic Simulation And Design

19 March 2011 - 09:03 AM

QUOTE (jOmega @ Mar 15 2011, 06:42 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
In the Forum, scroll down to the heading: Students

You will find two sub-headings:
Recommend you post in Electrical for the questions you have posted in other Forum sections.

You can also access the Students section of the Forum by clicking on the link below.
(LINK).....> Students

You will also learn that you will get replies to specific questions and that questions that are too broad and general will not attract replies.

As an example, questions such as:
  • What type(s) of capacitors are used for Power Factor Correction ?
  • What is the method for measuring Power Factor ?
will usually attract a reply from other Forum Members.

Question such as this one:
i have also confusion in simulation,how i would do that?
is not likely to attract replies from Forum members as the question is too broad.... i.e. too far reaching ..... i.e. too general ..... to be able to answer.

Other readers of the Forum do not know what you are using for the simulation and cannot be expected to answer such a question without more understanding of what resources you are using and what you are trying to do. Helping you to write the simulation program for your project is beyond the scope of this Forum.

For this you would be advised to consult your instructor or teacher or advisor and seek his (her) guidance.

Good Luck ....

i want to use proteus as a simulatuion tool, but i not know to do that??

In Topic: Digital Power Factor Metre

19 March 2011 - 08:04 AM

QUOTE (jOmega @ Mar 16 2011, 08:26 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Hello Kashif,

you will find that if you ask a "specific" question, that you are more likely to receive a reply from the Forum members.

To advise you on "how" to design and make anything.... such as a "low cost digital power factor meter" or a PMSM type motor..... is beyond the scope of this Forum and you will find that you do not receive any replies.

It is also necessary that you have a Fundamental Knowledge of what power factor is, of how to measure it using analog instrumentation such as the analog voltage meter, the analog current meter, the analog wattmeter, analog power factor meter, etc. and from that knowledge, you will be prepared to learn how the digital versions of those meters are designed.

With that knowledge, you will then be better prepared to attempt the design of a low cost digital power factor meter.

You may also use a search engine, such as Google, to find information helpful to you.

Good luck with your project.

thankyou for your kind information
dear i know basic knowledge about power factor measurement using analog and i also know to use CT ant PT and then using a2D conversion to achiece bits, but further what i can perform to get power factor , woild i perform the or operation o get power factor???

In Topic: Power Factor Improvement For Three Phase Using Pic Simulation And Design

15 March 2011 - 04:12 PM

dear i am not able to post in student section help me out