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Four Wire

Area Of X-Section

- Angle Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Length Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Line Losses Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Load Current Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Maximum Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Power Factor Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Power Transmitted Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Resistivity Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)
- RMS Voltage Using Area Of X-Section (2-phase 4-wire US)

Line Losses

- Angle Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Area Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Length Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Load Current Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Power Factor Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Power Transmitted Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Resistance Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Resistivity Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
- RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (2-phase 4-wire US)
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Load Current

- Angle Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Line Losses Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Maximum Voltage Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Power Factor Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Power Transmitted Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Resistivity Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
- RMS Voltage Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Volume Of Conductor Material Using Load Current (2-phase 4-wire US)

Volume Of Conductor Material

- Area Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Length Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Line Losses Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Load Current Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Resistivity Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 4-wire US)
- Volume Of Conductor Material Main(2-phase 4-wire US)
- Volume Of Conductor Material Using Constant(2-phase 4-wire US)
- Volume Of Conductor Material Using Load Current(2-phase 4-wire US)

Three Wire

- Angle Using Current In Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Angle Using Current In Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Area Using Resistance Of Natural Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Current In Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Current In Each Outer Using Current In Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Current In Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Current In Neutral Wire Using Current In Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Length Using Resistance Of Natural Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Maximum Voltage Between The Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Maximum Voltage Between The Outer And Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Maximum Voltage Using Current In Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Line Losses

- Angle Of Pf Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Area Of X-Section Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Length Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Maximum Voltage Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Power Factor Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Resistance Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Resistivity Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- RMS Voltage Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
- Transmitted Power Using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)

Volume Of Conductor Material

- Angle Of PF Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
- Area Of X-section Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
- Constant Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
- Length Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
- Line Losses Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
- Maximum Voltage Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
- Power Factor Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
- Power Transmitted Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
- Resistivity Using Volume Of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
- Volume Of Conductor Material Using Area And Length(2-phase 3-wire US)
- Volume Of Conductor Material Using Constant(2-phase 3-wire US)
- 4 More formulas!

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