Summary of ¿Cómo funciona la Electricidad Trifásica? Principios básicos ⚡ - Bien explicado

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This video explains the basics of how a three-phase electric system works. It discusses the various components of the system and how they work together to create an alternating current with a frequency of 120 Hz.

  • 00:00:00 This video explains the basics of the three-phase electric system, which consists of alternating, monochromatic waves of the same frequency and amplitude. Each wave has a different phase, so when the three waves are mixed together, they create an alternating current with a frequency of 120 Hz. In terms of electricity, when we talk about a trifasic system, we can say that it is a production, distribution, and consumption system of energy that includes three electric currents, each of which is a single-faceted, alternating wave of the same frequency and amplitude. The waves have a difference of phase of 120 degrees, and the amplitude of each wave is the same. In this video, we will examine how the trifasic electric system works and explain the following topics: how a generator works, how power-generating monochromatic waves work, and when to use trifasic electricity. We will also discuss why we don't use electricity with the four phases. First, we'll start with a simple generator, and then we'll add additional phases until we reach three phases. We'll take a copper wire and wrap it around two coils, then place these coils side by side inside a power supply unit (
  • 00:05:00 In this video, basic principles of electricity trifasics are explained. Three phases are involved: anode, cathode, and neutral. The anode and cathode are oppositely directed until they reach a neutral point. At these points, the light bulb doesn't produce light and, if working in a room, will flicker if it's too bright. We can add another set of coils or a second phase to the generator to make this happen. By rotating the coils 120 degrees, the first set of coils will be at their brightest, and then connecting this to another light bulb, this rotation means the coils will experience a changing magnetic field in different places in time. The first coil will reach its maximum intensity and brightness, and as the second coil begins to decrease, the first will start to increase. This has improved the light in a room, but still there is a space that will cause a flicker. We're going to add another set of coils or a third phase, and this will mean one of the bulbs is always at its maximum brightness, which is why the illumination is almost constant. This can be added to a motor electrical supply or industrial equipment, because the trifasic technology will provide a lot more energy to these elements,

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