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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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.
The automaker stated that the three-phase system could also add 80km of range with a 30-minute charge.
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.
The GDC submission process is divided into a three-phase system, beginning with this initial call for submissions and continuing with the first review and resubmit phase and then final review.
The voltage in the panels is as per standard supply in the UAE and is a 440 volt three-phase system, the spokesperson said and added: "Emaar is committed to the safety of our residents and will undertake all efforts with the cooperation of the concerned authorities to rectify the issues.
Therefore, it is necessary to extend the developed controllers to a three-phase system.
9679; Configurable as single- or three-phase system offering flexible electrical configurations.
Purpose of this work is investigation and optimization of VAC and gradient of voltages of three-phase system of AC arcs within wide range of technological conditions, obtaining of empirical dependences for calculation of VAC, and determination of composition of gas formed in the process of plasma conversion of the pulverized-coal fuel.
In the present section, the approach presented in Ward and Levart (1984) and Elliott (2001) is used to derive the expression of the free energy function of the three-phase system represented in Figure 1.
Apart from the cage, the department used a three-phase system in controlling the crowds and protesters.
For the description of ozonation processes in a three-phase system gas/water/ solvent it is necessary to know the solubility coefficient of ozone in each of the liquid phases as well as its partition coefficient between the phases.