For a pure resistance supplied through a sinusoidal voltage, the phase difference between the voltage and current phasors will be________.

For a pure resistance supplied through a sinusoidal voltage, the phase difference between the voltage and current phasors will be________.

Right Answer is:

90°

SOLUTION

If the pure resistive element is present in the circuit, then the current is in phase with the voltage.

The phase difference between the voltage and current phasors for the resistor will be 0° as both lie in the same phase for resistor. The power factor, in this case, is unity.

 

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