three phase systems

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by jim, Jan 24, 2006.

  1. jim

    Thread Starter New Member

    Jan 24, 2006
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    Hi to all the experts out there,
    I'm completely stuck with 2 homework questions if anyone can help you would be my life saver. Its basically just starting off and being 100% sure if I'm correct or not at the beginning. As you well know if you can answer these types of questions correctly if incorrect all the answers that follow on are also incorrect.

    1) A symetrical 3 phase, 400V system supplies a balanced delta connected load
    the black to brown branch 20 /_40 degrees A
    Find
    Line Current
    The total power


    2) A three phase, four wire, 440V system is loaded as follows:
    .. an inductive motor load of 350KW at 0.707 lagging
    .. Resistive loads of 150KW,250KW and 400KW connected beteween the brown, black and grey lines to neutral
    sequence is Br / BL / GR
    Find
    Line Current
    The Current in the Neutral
    The Overall Power Factor

    If nothing else can anyone just push me in the right direction ( line current is the problem ) and my conversion from polar .
    thanks
     
  2. chesart1

    Senior Member

    Jan 23, 2006
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    Hi,

    For future reference, pick up Schaum's Outline of Electric Circuits. It is a great reference for help when solving homework problems.

    Please include the progress you have made thus far in each problem.

    Also in the first problem, please refresh my memory by defining the 20/_40 Degrees A.

    Thank you
    John
     
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