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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Positive Sequence Current Using Fault Impedance(LGF)
Positive Sequence Current =(Positive Sequence Voltage+Negative Sequence Voltage+Zero Sequence Voltage)/(3*Fault Impedance ) GO
Zero Sequence Voltage Using Positive Sequence Current
Zero Sequence Voltage=(3*Fault Impedance *Positive Sequence Current )-Negative Sequence Voltage-Positive Sequence Voltage GO
Zero Sequence Voltage Using a-phase Current (LGF)
Zero Sequence Voltage=(Fault Impedance *a-phase Current )-(Negative Sequence Voltage)-(Positive Sequence Voltage) GO
Negative Sequence Voltage Using a-phase Current (LGF)
Negative Sequence Voltage=(Fault Impedance *a-phase Current )-Positive Sequence Voltage-Zero Sequence Voltage GO
Positive Sequence Voltage Using a-phase Current
Positive Sequence Voltage=(Fault Impedance *a-phase Current )-Negative Sequence Voltage-Zero Sequence Voltage GO
Positive Sequence Voltage (LLF)
Positive Sequence Voltage=(Fault Impedance *Positive Sequence Current )+Negative Sequence Voltage GO
Positive Sequence Voltage Using Positive Sequence Current
Positive Sequence Voltage=3*Fault Impedance *Positive Sequence Current GO
Negative Sequence Voltage Using Positive Sequence Current
Negative Sequence Voltage=3*Fault Impedance *Positive Sequence Current GO
a-phase Current Using Fault impedance (LGF)
a-phase Current =a-phase Voltage /Fault Impedance GO
A-phase Current using a-phase voltage(LGF)
a-phase Current =a-phase Voltage /Fault Impedance GO
a-phase Voltage(LGF)
a-phase Voltage =Fault Impedance *a-phase Current GO

5 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

b-phase Voltage (LLF)
b-phase Voltage =(Fault Impedance *b-phase Current)+c-phase Voltage GO
b-phase Voltage Using Zero-Sequence Voltage (LLGF)
b-phase Voltage =Zero Sequence Voltage-Positive Sequence Voltage GO
b-phase Voltage Using Zero Sequence Current (LLGF)
b-phase Voltage =3*Zero Sequence Current *Fault Impedance GO
b-phase Voltage Using Fault Current (LLGF)
b-phase Voltage =Fault Impedance *Fault Current GO
b-phase Voltage (LLGF)
b-phase Voltage =c-phase Voltage GO

b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF) Formula

b-phase Voltage =(-1)*(c-phase Voltage +(Fault Impedance *C-phase Current ))
Vb=(-1)*(Vc+(Zf*Ic))
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a-phase Current (LLF) GO
b-phase Current (LLF) GO
c-phase Current(LLF) GO
b-phase Voltage (LLF) GO
c-phase Voltage (LLF) GO
b-phase Current Using Fault Impedance (LLF) GO
Fault Impedance Using b-phase Current (LLF) GO
c-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF) GO
c-phase Current Using Fault Impedance (LLF) GO
Fault Impedance Using c-phase Current (LLF) GO
Zero Sequence Current(LLF) GO
Positive Sequence Current (LLF) GO
Negative Sequence Current(LLF) GO
Zero Sequence Voltage(LLF) GO
Positive Sequence Voltage (LLF) GO
Negative Sequence Voltage (LLF) GO
Fault Impedance Using Positive Sequence Current (LLF) GO

What is difference between line current and phase current?

Line current is the current through any one line between a three-phase source and load. Phase current is the current through any one component comprising a three-phase source or load.

How to Calculate b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF)?

b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF) calculator uses b-phase Voltage =(-1)*(c-phase Voltage +(Fault Impedance *C-phase Current )) to calculate the b-phase Voltage , The b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF) formula is defined as the current through any one component comprising a three-phase source or load. here we have taken the b-phase. b-phase Voltage and is denoted by Vb symbol.

How to calculate b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF) using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF), enter c-phase Voltage (Vc), Fault Impedance (Zf) and C-phase Current (Ic) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF) calculation can be explained with given input values -> -11 = (-1)*(5+(3*2)).

FAQ

What is b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF)?
The b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF) formula is defined as the current through any one component comprising a three-phase source or load. here we have taken the b-phase and is represented as Vb=(-1)*(Vc+(Zf*Ic)) or b-phase Voltage =(-1)*(c-phase Voltage +(Fault Impedance *C-phase Current )). c-phase Voltage is defined as the voltage of c-phase, Fault Impedance is defined as the impedance that caused the fault and C-phase current is the current that flows into the c-phase.
How to calculate b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF)?
The b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF) formula is defined as the current through any one component comprising a three-phase source or load. here we have taken the b-phase is calculated using b-phase Voltage =(-1)*(c-phase Voltage +(Fault Impedance *C-phase Current )). To calculate b-phase Voltage Using c-phase Current (LLF), you need c-phase Voltage (Vc), Fault Impedance (Zf) and C-phase Current (Ic). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for c-phase Voltage , Fault Impedance and C-phase Current and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate b-phase Voltage ?
In this formula, b-phase Voltage uses c-phase Voltage , Fault Impedance and C-phase Current . We can use 5 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • b-phase Voltage =(Fault Impedance *b-phase Current)+c-phase Voltage
  • b-phase Voltage =c-phase Voltage
  • b-phase Voltage =Fault Impedance *Fault Current
  • b-phase Voltage =3*Zero Sequence Current *Fault Impedance
  • b-phase Voltage =Zero Sequence Voltage-Positive Sequence Voltage
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