I want to simulate a motor with a resistor and inductor. It means I want to connect a resistor and inductor to 1-phase or 3-phase instead of a motor. For achieving this goal I have to measure both active and reactive power and calculate the value of resistor and inductor. Is it possible? I mean is it a right way to consume active and reactive power with resistor and inductor? And if it is right, how is the connection of resistor and inductor. Parallel or series?
Since i can not comment, i will post my comment as an answer. I concluded that you do not have a lot of experience since you posted this: "If I connect a 100uh 10A inductor in series with a 500wat resistor is it possible".
From your initail question i deduced that you want to connect the resistor and inductor to the mains voltage, do not do this without knownig the resulting current. Preferably, do not do this with the mains voltage at all, get a signal generator. Depending on the frequency of the signal you are working with calculate the inductor impendance $$ Z=\omega L $$, and make sure the inductor is in its limits. Next choose a resistor with approximately the same resistance in ohms as the inductor. Connect them is series or parallel and work with that.