What is the difference between active power and reactive
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Answer / venkatanarayanasami
Note that this is an engineering convention, not a concept
from pure physics. When you multiply voltage by current,
the total "power" in volt*amps can be a combination of two
types of "power". 1. active power = V*I*cos(theta) and 2.
reactive power = V*I*sin(theta) where (theta) is the phase
angle between the voltage and current.
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Answer / amit02
where V= voltage
theta=phase angle b/w voltage & current
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