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3-Phase unbalanced R loads - No Neutral

3-Phase unbalanced R loads - No Neutral PUBLIC

Example of an unbalanced 3-phase load with no connection between the star points of the source and load. Run the time domain simulation to see the voltage at the load star point. Note - all voltages...

by brentp | updated November 13, 2013

3-phase   unbalanced  

3-Phase unbalanced

3-Phase unbalanced PUBLIC

Example of 3-phase star-connected, unbalanced load. Run the time domain simulation to see the neutral current (through R_n).

by brentp | updated May 13, 2013

3-phase   unbalanced  

3 phase alternator / generator polarisation 01

3 phase alternator / generator polarisation 01 PUBLIC

The rotor on active, or powered, rotor alternators must be "polarised" - that is, given a small remnant magnetic polarisation - before it can be used for the first time. This describes a way to do it.

by signality | updated April 26, 2013

3-phase   alternator   generator   polarisation   polarization  

3 Phase Generator

3 Phase Generator PUBLIC

A unique circuit - Single phase in, Three phase out.

by Optionparty | updated November 27, 2012

3-phase   phase-shift   power   signal  

3 phase input stage - rectifier - under heavy load (Vampire Fang current plot))

3 phase input stage - rectifier - under heavy load (Vampire Fang current plot)) PUBLIC

by AlanPerry | updated November 02, 2012

3-phase   cat-iii   power-circuit  

3 phase 01

3 phase 01 PUBLIC

A demonstration of single phase and 3 phase, Star and Delta connected, mains. Simulate > Time Domain > Run Time-Domain Simulation

by signality | updated July 24, 2012

3-phase   single-phase  

3 Phase Oscilator Motor Driver

3 Phase Oscilator Motor Driver PUBLIC

by jhonalvez | updated May 18, 2012

3-phase   ac   driver   motor   oscilator   pwm  

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