The potential difference between a phase and neutral is
230v , but the potential difference between two phases is
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Answer / mohan
phase to phase displacement is 120degree and magnitude
same.but nutral voltage is zero
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Answer / ravi teja.a
phase to phase displacement is 120degree and phase to phase
means the system is in delta connection.where as phase to
neutral means the system in star connection.in this star
connection phase to neutral voltage is 440/1.732(Root
3),i.e., single phase connection.
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Answer / m.senthil
It happens due to ohms value of the copper/aluminum conductor of the winding. The ohmic value of phase to neutral is less than phase to phase. Total impedance of the circuit, Z=root of R square+ XL square
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