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Definition of Triphase
1. having three phases [adj]
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Literary usage of Triphase
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1. A Dictionary of Electrical Words, Terms and Phrases by Edwin James Houston (1903)
"Triangular triphase Winding. — A wora sometimes employed for the interlinked ... triphase Motor.— A motor capable of l>eing operated by triphasé currents. ..."
2. The Electrical Transmission of Energy by Arthur Vaughan Abbott (1907)
"The power delivered by a triphase circuit is the same with either method of wiring ... The triphase circuit is sometimes connected up as is shown in Fig. ..."
3. The Electrical Transmission of Energy: A Manual for the Design of Electrical by Arthur Vaughan Abbott (1904)
"602 " 360 Diagram of triphase Currents 603 " 361 Diagram of Balanced and Unbalanced Circuit 603 " 362 Diagram of 4-Connected triphase Armature 603 " 3<>3 ..."
4. Electricity in Every-day Life by Edwin James Houston (1905)
"298, where a triphase induction motor is shown near the generator, ... At the end of the circuit a small triphase induction motor has its shaft directly ..."
5. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1900)
"Here hi France—I forget where at the present moment—there is an illustration, where continuous current machines have been removed, and replaced by triphase, ..."