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Why don't the currents clash in a 3 phase delta connection?

Consider 3 windings, a, b and c. L1 is connected to A, L2 to B and L3 to C. The 3 windings are then connected in delta. If we could freeze frame the voltage waveform where L1 and L2 are positive ...
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Where does the sum current of the three currents flow?

In the following star and delta connections, if each individual current enters via Phases R, Y and B, where does the sum of the three currents (that is Ia+Ib+Ic) flow after meeting at the common point ...
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what will happen if the motor that is designed for delta connected in star connection

I have a motor which is designed for 3 phase, 380V. The power rating of motor is 132kw and motor stator winding is connected in delta connection. If I connect the same motor stator winding in star ...
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Grounding the components of a DIY cnc machine

I'm in the process of building a DIY cnc machine. It already runs, but I noticed it has some interference problems (steppers act weird on occasions, the full graphic smart controller LCD has trouble ...
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power planes star connection

I have only one layer for +5V and -5V power lines on pcb. There are about 10 dual supply OPAMPS which get power from Recom RKZ0505D DCDC converter. As I know, star topology is suitable for this. PCB ...
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What is the difference between a rupture and the neutral conductor not existing from the start in star three phased system?

I have a pretty basic question. In three phased systems, I know that if the loads are equal, the neutal conductor has no role and can be removed, my question concerns unequal loads. My question is, ...
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How can I eliminate the loop in this diagram?

I'm really sorry to open some series of questions but since the issue is complicated I decided to open a separate question for a particular thing for not creating confusion: There is the red loop in ...