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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4 and contains 18 rectilinear three-phase current contours (K = 18) with shown in Fig.
Instead of using nameplate data of the motor, this review uses the average voltage and three-phase current to calculated horsepower to make the comparison.
A separate DC input and a means of monitoring motor speed are combined with three-phase current and voltage measurements to completely characterize the drive's performance.
Power flows from the battery to an inverter that converts the energy into a three-phase current.
Developing 208-volt, three-phase current, as well a single-phase 220 and 115-volt electricity, the Electrall could also be used to supply any other current needs.
In addition, the unit features user set trip levels and response for generator speed and frequency, three-phase voltage and three-phase current.
the electrical energy is supplied to the 9 sampling points in the form of three-phase current from the medium-voltage network with a voltage of 20 kv and a frequency of 50 hz.
3 we leave the current source pre-shorting the voltage source, and define the vector of partial linear load current in the circuit with three-phase current source
Based on the literature above, when the system is in a stable state, the health status of motor drive system can be reflected by three-phase voltage, three-phase current, and torque and speed, which are, respectively, [V.
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.
As a special feature, the EME works with an "AC Travel Drive", a three-phase current asynchronous motor.