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Effects of unbalanced power distribution on the neutral line

May 12th, 2017 | 6 Comments | Posted in Electrical distribution
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It’s clear that one of the most common electric businesses is electric distribution for residential, commercial and industrial buildings. And as a rule of thumb all residential buildings have three-phase wye supply and also nearly most of small commercial and industrial facilities. Speaking about wye connection we expect that all three phases have about the same amount of current and the neutral have a very little current, this case is called a balanced system.

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