three-phase four-wire system

three-phase four-wire system

[′thrē ¦fāz ′fȯr ¦wīr ′sis·təm]
(electricity)
System of alternating-current supply comprising four conductors, three of which are connected as in a three-phase, three-wire system, the fourth being connected to the neutral point of the supply, which may be grounded.
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A New Control Strategy of UPQC in Three-phase Four-wire System.
We write the vector of total complex impedances of the three-phase four-wire system
Harmonic and reactive power compensation based on the generalized instantaneous reactive power theory for three-phase four-wire systems.
The greatest opportunities to extract components of the instantaneous losses power and components, requiring compensation in three-phase four-wire systems are presented by the p-q-r theory of instantaneous active and reactive power [9].