Ideal three-phase current source
The Current Source block models an ideal three-phase current source that maintains sinusoidal currents of the specified magnitude through its terminals, independent of the voltage across the source.
The output current is defined by the following equations:
I0 is the peak phase current.
iphase_rms is the RMS phase current.
ia, ib, ic are the respective phase currents.
f is the frequency.
φ is the phase shift.
t is the time.
The arrow indicates the positive direction of the current flow.
The source has a wye configuration, and port n provides a connection
to the center of the wye. Port
~ is an expandable three-phase
port representing the three phases, a, b, and c.
RMS phase current. The default value is
Phase shift in angular units. The default value is
Current frequency, specified in Hz or units directly convertible
to Hz (where Hz is defined as 1/s). For example,
valid units, but
rad/s is not. The default value
The block has the following ports:
Expandable three-phase port
Electrical conserving port associated with the center of the wye