A: Reactive power is the power consumed by a consumer that does not consume electrical energy. In power systems, reactive power is used to establish a magnetic field and is used as an exchange energy. They convert electrical energy into a magnetic field, which is then converted into electrical energy by a magnetic field and does not work on external circuits. Without this part of the power, the induced magnetic field cannot be established, and the electrical equipment such as the motor transformer cannot work normally.
Many electrical equipment has a large reactive power, so it needs to be reactively compensated. After such reactive power compensation is added, the power factor can be improved and the power quality can be improved.
The principle of compensation for reactive power compensation is that it can neither compensate for the deficiency nor compensate for the excess.
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