( Electrical engineering : Electrical power , Distribution )
A balanced three-phase network is one in which the impedances in the three phases are identical.
With such a balanced load, if a balanced three-phase supply is applied, the currents will also be balanced.
A balanced three-phase voltage or current is one in which the size of each phase is the same, and the phase
angles of the three phases differ from each other by 120 degrees.
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