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Define balanced 3 phase load.

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Define balanced and unbalanced load in three phase circuit.

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A balanced Delta connected load supplied with 440 V 50 Hz three phase AC supply has R=10 Ohm and L=0.6 mH in is each arm. Calculate line and phase current, active power.

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A balanced three phase Delta connected load consists of three resistances each of four ohm's connected to a 400 V 3 phase 50 Hz supply. Find 1) phase voltage, 2) phase current, 3) line current, 4) power consumed.

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A balanced three phase star connected load is supplied from a three phase 400V 50 Hz supply. The resistance for per phase is 10 Ohm. Find the value of phase current, line current, power factor and total power consumed.

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The line current in a balanced delta system is 30 A. The load current is (A) 30√3 A (B) 30/√3 A (C) 10 A (D) 30/√2 A

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The power consumed by a balanced 3-ph load is measured by two-wattmeter method. The meter readings are 8 kW and 4 kW. The power factor of the load is (A) zero (B) 0.5 (C) between zero and 0.5 (D) between 0.5 and unity

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Total instantaneous power supplied by a 3-phase ac supply to a balanced R-L load is

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At a particular instant, the R-phase voltage of a balanced 3-phase system is + 30 V, and the Y-phase voltage is – 90 V. The voltage of B-phase at that instant is (A) + 120 V (B) – 120 V (C) – 60 V (D) + 60 V

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