Symmetrical Components Example 2

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V c V p 2 := V 2 V s 2 := V 2 0 volt = arg V 2 () 106.1 deg = Negative Sequence Voltage Now setting up vectors for Phasor diagram representation: V1a 1mV V 1 := V1b a 2 V 1 := V1c aV 1 := V2a V 2 := V2b 2 := V2c a 2 V 2 := V0a V 0 := V0b V 0 := V0c V 0 := k0 1 .. := Creating an Index for Phaser Diagram Vectors Symmetrical Component Voltages: Feb-14-2008, File=SymCompVisual.mcd: Transformation matrix: ae j 2 π 3 A 1 1 1 1 a 2 a 1 a a 2 := V p 480 e j0 deg 480 e j 240 deg 480 e j 120 deg volt := mV 10 3 volt V s A 1 V p := Calculating Sequence Voltages: V a V p 0 := V 0 V s 0 := V 0 0 volt = arg V 0 66.8 deg = Zero Sequence Voltage V b V p 1 := V 1 V s 1 := V 1 480 volt = arg V 1 0 deg = Positive Sequence Voltage
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course EE 4343 taught by Professor Giesselmann during the Spring '08 term at Texas Tech.

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