quantitykind:ComplexPower

Type
Description

"Complex Power", under sinusoidal conditions, is the product of the phasor $$U$$ representing the voltage between the terminals of a linear two-terminal element or two-terminal circuit and the complex conjugate of the phasor $$I$$ representing the electric current in the element or circuit.

Properties
$$\underline{S} = \underline{U}\underline{I^*}$$, where $$\underline{U}$$ is voltage phasor and $$\underline{I^*}$$ is the complex conjugate of the current phasor.
$$\underline{S}$$
Annotations
"Complex Power", under sinusoidal conditions, is the product of the phasor $$U$$ representing the voltage between the terminals of a linear two-terminal element or two-terminal circuit and the complex conjugate of the phasor $$I$$ representing the electric current in the element or circuit.
$$complex-power$$
Complex Power(en)

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