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  • Calculating phase currents and neutral phase current

    Oct 22, 2013 · Calculate phase currents and neutral phase current. I tried to calculate this over 10 hours now, but for some reason I didn´t "get" the idea of it. This is what i have thought of it this far: P1 = 3kW + 2kW (latter is 1/3 of that 3-phased boiler) = 5kW. P3 = 1,5kW + 2kW (latter is 1/3 of that 3-phased boiler) = 3…Learn More

  • MCB & Cable Size for 3 Phase Star (Wye) with Neutral - IET

    A 3 phase electrode boiler has all 3 phases in the water and no element as such. Same idea as these nasty devices not permitted in the UK. (nasty also in that your tea tastes sort of metallic ) Not to be confused with the un-insulated element devices like this popular in less affluent countries. (skip to 5 …Learn More

  • Steam Calculators: Boiler Calculator

    Mar 01, 2009 · phase 3 apparent power = 82 x 230 = 18,860 VA = 18.86 kVA Total three phase power = 18.4 + 16.1 + 18.86 = 53.36 kVA. Similarly given the power in each phase you could easily find the phase currents. If you also know the power factor you can convert between kVA and kW as shown earlier. Unbalanced VoltagesLearn More

  • 3 phase electric boiler | Talk Electrician Forum

    Feb 24, 2018 · Esteemed. Arms. Reaction score. 64,167. Feb 24, 2018. #7. it's combined premises. the ground floor needs 3 phase for machinery, and it was cost effective to run all 3 phases to upstairs flat, esp. considering that a single phase electric boiler would pull close to the limit of the supply fuse. T.Learn More

  • Electrode Boiler

    Three Phase Calculation. Close. Tip: registered users can save calculations. Notes. For a tutorial on three phase calculations, please see: Three Phase Current - Simple Calculation. Motor Insulation. Insulation on a motor prevents interconnection of windings and the winding to earth.Learn More

  • Thermodynamic Design of a Fire­Tube Steam Boiler

    Operating Temperature of Steam boiler: T = 179.9 Celcius * Fluid Specific Volume : v f = 1.1273X10 ­3 m 3 /kg * Fluid Specific Volume : v g = 0.1944 m 3 /kg * * All of these assumptions are the consequence of and two­phase mixture heatingLearn More

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