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Three-Phase Parallel RLC Branch

Implement three-phase parallel RLC branch

Library

Fundamental Blocks/Elements

Description

The Three-Phase Parallel RLC Branch block implements three balanced branches consisting each of a resistor, an inductor, a capacitor, or a parallel combination of these. Use the Branch type parameter to select elements you want to include in each branch.

Negative values are allowed for resistance, inductance, and capacitance.

Parameters

Branch type

Select the elements you want to include in the branch. The R letter defines the resistor, the L letter defines the inductor, and the C letter defines the capacitor. Select Open circuit to define an open circuit (R=inf, L=inf, C=0). Only existing elements are displayed in the block icon. Default is RLC.

Resistance R

The branch resistances, in ohms (Ω). Default is 1.

Inductance L

The branch inductances, in henries (H). Default is 1e-3.

Capacitance C

The branch capacitances, in farads (F). Default is 1e-6.

Measurements

Select Branch voltages to measure the three voltages across the Three-Phase Parallel RLC Branch block terminals.

Select Branch currents to measure the three total currents (sum of R, L, C currents) flowing through the Three-Phase Parallel RLC Branch block.

Select Branch voltages and currents to measure the three voltages and the three currents of the Three-Phase Parallel RLC Branch block.

Default is None.

Place a Multimeter block in your model to display the selected measurements during the simulation. In the Available Measurements list box of the Multimeter block, the measurements are identified by a label followed by the block name.

Measurement

Label

Branch voltages

Ua:

Branch currents

Ia:

Introduced before R2006a

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