In secondary transmission i.e., in distribution side,
supply for homes are connected through different phases in
order to balance the 3 phase load.
But in practical we saw nearby house doesn't have power due
to single phasing. But other two phases give supply.
How it's possible? it doesn't make "single phasing"?
Answer / k.prakashchandra
There are 3 single phase circuits of one phase and neutral
which is multiplied.
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