three-phase current


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three-phase current

[′thrē ¦fāz ′kə·rənt]
(electricity)
Current delivered through three wires, with each wire serving as the return for the other two and with the three current components differing in phase successively by one-third cycle, or 120 electrical degrees.
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Mambetov thinks that plans of the government of the country to cut off three-phase current violate civil rights of Kyrgyz citizens.
Subject matter of the award is to deliver electrical energy in the form of three-phase current with a frequency of 50 Hz for the products listed in Annex delivery points with performance measurement and delivery points without power measurement of the town of Siegburg and the following companies.
These included Neptune Bank, the first power station to provide three-phase current for public supply, and Carville A, the first large power station of the modern era.
We use a command zero blocker and a limiting current device to control the three-phase current.