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Old 09-08-2010, 10:28 AM   #315 (permalink)
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One thing I know for sure is that each phase is not capable of going out of the range [-300, 300] (or [-x, x], where x is anything you want), since the hardware overcurrent circuit will trip for each phase. So, there will be no currents ever higher than 300 amps in a phase, even for an instant. Now, the voltages of the phases will have a peak voltage of 144v, so the rms voltage per phase will be 102v. The rms current will be 212 per phase I guess? So 102*626 is the rms power? Around 64kW like you were saying?
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