A question about the phase of the voltage between two phases

Elecrical_Student

Joined Mar 5, 2022
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Hello everyone.
I have a question about the following circuit.
I have a three-phase system with a line voltage of 400 volts and an impedance of 25<30 per each phase.
I want to calculate the voltage at each impedance . How can I know what the angle of the voltage between B and C is?

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Ian0

Joined Aug 7, 2020
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Hello everyone.
I have a question about the following circuit.
I have a three-phase system with a line voltage of 400 volts and an impedance of 25<30 per each phase.
I want to calculate the voltage at each impedance . How can I know what the angle of the voltage between B and C is?
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It is determined by the angle between the windings on the stator.
What other figure than 120° could you possibly expect?

crutschow

Joined Mar 14, 2008
33,369
By definition a 3-phase mains system has 120° between phases.

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
29,522
Hello everyone.
I have a question about the following circuit.
I have a three-phase system with a line voltage of 400 volts and an impedance of 25<30 per each phase.
I want to calculate the voltage at each impedance . How can I know what the angle of the voltage between B and C is?
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