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This is a very interesting circuit to built and test. You may build one using 6 μF capacitors, kΩ resistors, and a 655 kΩ potentiometer that will successfully operate on 65 Hz power-line excitation.
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This question is highly effective in demonstrating why polarity markings are important in AC circuit analysis. Without the polarity marks as “frames of reference” for the phase angles, it is impossible to determine the resultant line voltage from the two 675 VAC phase voltages.
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The simplest “null detector” for this type of AC bridge would be a sensitive pair of audio headphones, as 655 Hz is well within the audio range, and would be heard as a tone in the headphones.
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One way you can save time and reduce the possibility of error is to begin with a very simple circuit and incrementally add components to increase its complexity after each analysis, rather than building a whole new circuit for each practice problem. Another time-saving technique is to re-use the same components in a variety of different circuit configurations. This way, you won’t have to measure any component’s value more than once.
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Note: you should be able to do all the necessary math mentally, without the aid of a calculating device!
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