filter reactor

filter reactor

[′fil·tər rē‚ak·tər]
(electricity)
A reactor used for reducing the harmonic components of voltage in an alternating-current or direct-current circuit.
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where tg[[phi].sub.r] = [x.sub.r]/[R.sub.f], [x.sub.r] is the filter reactor's resistance depending from the resonant condition; [R.sub.f] is the total active resistance of the filter circuit.
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