Three phase math

Three phase math (120+120=208 ????)

Really it all boils down to the magical root 3.  However that is not good enough. In this video I show you where the root three comes from and how you can use it. As long as you understand polarity and a bit about vectors you will be fine!
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Comments on Three phase math

  1. Ross Ingram says:

    Thanks Chad, just watched the 3 phase math video.
    I find that being in the trade for 35 years I know this stuff but it is still nice to watch you explain it. It reminds me of all the things I forgot I didn’t remember. Keep up the good work

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