three-phase system

three-phase system

[′thrē ¦fāz ′sis·təm]
(physics)
Any physical system in which three distinct phases coexist; phases can be liquid, solid, vapor (gas), or three mutually insoluble liquids, or any combination thereof.
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Contract awarded for Supply of electrical materials to install the 40 kva ups in three-phase system for the enrollment servers, located in the direction of computers, requested by the engineering and architecture department.
In this section, the power resolution proposed in [6, 7] is extended from nonsinusoidal single- phase system to nonsinusoidal and unbalanced three-phase system without neutral line (three-phase and three-line system).
For the three-phase system with symmetrical sinusoidal voltage source [u.
Since the transmission and distribution networks, large power is transmitted to the three-phase system, the transformers are required to have high power and three phase.
Young teenagers selected for the annual programme are put through a three-phase system that sees the top 20 players awarded a full scholarship at either Aspire Academy Qatar or its equivalent in Senegal.
21), we can determine the impedance matrix of shielded three-phase system busbars with the neutral busbar as follows
The automaker stated that the three-phase system could also add 80km of range with a 30-minute charge.
110 recommends voltage-dips segmentation and classification into three types in a three-phase system.
It was Nikola Tesla's invention of the three-phase system of alternating current that enabled distant transmission of electricity.
But the project soured when there was a falling out with its electrician at a critical time - just as the church was going to connect from single-phase electrical power to a more sophisticated three-phase system.
Therefore, it is necessary to extend the developed controllers to a three-phase system.