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AC Voltage at home is 230V but its equation is v=Vm Sin φ. Explain the difference?

AC Voltage at home is 230V but its equation is v=Vm Sin φ. Explain the difference?

Our homes are supplied with sinusoidal voltage whose equation should be (v=Vm Sin φ). But we always say that A.C. voltage at home is 230 V. how do you explain this difference?
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  1. Average value of Alternating Current means average value of whole period T (in Europe T = 0,02 [s]) and RMS value is an amplitude of current divided by square root of 2 🙂

  2. Coz AC Current and Voltage has Frequency..When EMF induce in AC alternator , According to AC concept ( DC has not frequency while AC Has..) There Will be frequency…. And the concept of 60 and 50 Hz…that where it came from….? remember the famous formula Ns = 120f/P … or f = 120 /(PxNs).

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