Nubsparky

Joined Nov 27, 2015
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Ok, Here's my situation...I'm trying to solve this equation but I have no clue what the formula is:

What is the electrical consumption in KVA of the motor powered by a 3 phase 460V supply, drawing 17amps constantly???

MikeML

Joined Oct 2, 2009
5,444
Homework?

Nubsparky

Joined Nov 27, 2015
11
Yes...smh...

MikeML

Joined Oct 2, 2009
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Cyrenaica —

Joined Jun 7, 2015
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What is the electrical consumption in KVA of the motor powered by a 3 phase 460V supply, drawing 17amps constantly???
if thats all what you have in " GIVEN " , then i suggest you to apply simple formula for 3-phase systems : S=sqrt(3)*U*I=sqrt(3)*460*17=13,5 kVa

WBahn

Joined Mar 31, 2012
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if thats all what you have in " GIVEN " , then i suggest you to apply simple formula for 3-phase systems : S=sqrt(3)*U*I=sqrt(3)*460*17=13,5 kVa
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