The general non-symmetric, unbalanced star circuit

  title={The general non-symmetric, unbalanced star circuit},
  author={Christian Eggert and Ralf G{\"a}er and Frank Klinker},
  journal={Mathematische Semesterberichte},
We provide the general solution of problems concerning AC star circuits by turning them into geometric problems. We show that one problem is strongly related to the Fermat-point of a triangle. We present a solution that is well adapted to the practical application the problem is based on. Furthermore, we solve a generalization of the geometric situation and discuss the relation to non-symmetric, unbalanced AC star circuits. 


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