Three Phase Electrical Circuit Analysis

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72 pages
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 English
This book explains how AC sources are generated and analysed. It shows how these systems can be analysed without the use of advanced mathematics, and supplements prescribed textbooks on this subject.
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About the author

Craig Scheckle is a retired Professional Engineer who graduated from Wits University in 1981, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Also having attained the Government Certificate of Competency in Electrical Engineering, he spent 24 years of his career in various manufacturing industries. For the l...

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“Three Phase Electrical Circuit Analysis” is intended to assist undergraduate engineering students who are studying the basic principles of electrical circuit analysis. Its purpose is to supplement the pre-scribed text book for the course. While the focus of the book is on three phase circuits, the basic principles of AC generation and single-phase circuit analysis is covered in the first two chapters. The analysis of three phase systems connected in both Star and Delta configuration are explained.

About the author

Craig Scheckle is a retired Professional Engineer who graduated from Wits University in 1981, with a degree in Electrical Engineering. Also having attained the Government Certificate of Competency in Electrical Engineering, he spent 24 years of his career in various manufacturing industries. For the last 11 years of his career he was a lecturer in the Mechatronics Department at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. He retired at the end of 2016.

  1. AC Generation 
    1. Objective 
    2. Single phase AC generation 
    3. Three phase AC generation 
    4. Exercises 
  2. Single Phase Circuits 
    1. Objective 
    2. Impedance 
    3. RLC circuits 
    4. AC Power 
    5. Exercises 
  3. Balanced Star Connected Three Phase Circuits 
    1. Objective 
    2. Assumptions and notation 
    3. Balanced Star connected three phase load 
    4. Exercises 
  4. Delta Connected Three Phase Circuits 
    1. Objective 
    2. Balanced Delta connected load 
    3. Delta-Star Transformation 
    4. Exercises 
  5. Unbalanced Three Phase Loads 
    1. Objective 
    2. Unbalanced Delta Connected Circuits 
    3. Unbalanced Star Connected Loads 
    4. Unbalanced Star Connected Load Without a Neutral Connection 
    5. Exercises