Basic AC Reactive Components OBJECTIVESTERMINAL OBJECTIVE1.0 Using the rules associated with inductors and capacitors, DESCRIBE thecharacteristics of these elements when they are placed in an AC circuit.ENABLING OBJECTIVES1.1DESCRIBE inductive reactance (X_{L}).1.2 Given the operation frequency (f) and the value of inductance (L), CALCULATE theinductive reactance (X_{L}) of a simple circuit.1.3DESCRIBE the effect of the phase relationship between current and voltage in aninductive circuit.1.4DRAW a simple phasor diagram representing AC current (I) and voltage (E) in aninductive circuit.1.5DEFINE capacitive reactance (X_{C}).1.6 Given the operating frequency (f) and the value of capacitance (C), CALCULATE thecapacitive reactance (X_{C}) of a simple AC circuit.1.7DESCRIBE the effect on phase relationship between current (I) and voltage (E) in acapacitive circuit.1.8DRAW a simple phasor diagram representing AC current (I) and voltage (E) in acapacitive circuit.1.9DEFINE impedance (Z).1.10 Given the values for resistance (R) and inductance (L) and a simple R-L series ACcircuit, CALCULATE the impedance (Z) for that circuit.1.11 Given the values for resistance (R) and capacitance (C) and a simple R-C series ACcircuit, CALCULATE the impedance (Z) for that circuit.1.12 Given a simple R-C-L series AC circuit and the values for resistance (R), inductivereactance (X_{L}), and capacitive reactance (X_{C}), CALCULATE the impedance (Z) forthat circuit.Rev. 0 Page v ES-08

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