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# Kenneth Kent S. Flores BS-CpE III 7:30 10:30 AM M Grp.

1 7- 31 -17
Pre-Laboratory 5 Delta Wye Transformation

transformation:

## Compare the resistances between terminals 2

Equation 3 Equation 2:
and 3.
(+) (+)
Rb + Rc = Ry in parallel with ( Rx + Rz ) [Rb+Ra] [Rc+Ra] = ++
- ++

Rb - Rc = ++
(+)
Rb + Rc = ++
(Equation 1)
Adding together equation 1 and the result:
+
Resistances between terminals 3 and 1. [Rb-Rc] + [Rb+Rc] = +
++ ++
Rc + Ra = Rz in parallel with ( Rx + Ry ) 2
2Rb = ++
(+)
Rc + Ra = ++ (Equation 2)

Rb =
++
Resistances between terminals 1 and 2.

Rb + Ra = Rx in parallel with ( Ry + Rz )
(+)
Rb + Ra = ++ (Equation 3)
Equation 3 Equation 1: Equation 2 Equation 3:
(+) (+) (+) (+)
[Rb+Ra] [Rb+Rc] = [Rc+Ra] [Rb+Ra] =
++ ++ ++ ++

Ra - Rc = ++
Rc - Rb = ++

Adding together equation 2 and the result: Adding together equation 1 and the result:
+ +
[Ra-Rc] + [Rc+Ra] = + [Rc-Rb] + [Rb+Rc] = +
++ ++ ++ ++

2 2
2Ra = ++ 2Rc = ++

Ra = ++ Rc = ++

## Obtaining the equation from wye to delta transformation:

The value of the resistor on any one side of the delta, network is the sum of all the two-product
combinations of resistors in the star network divide by the star resistor located directly opposite the
delta resistor being found. For resistor Ry is given with respect to terminal 1:
++
Ry =

resistor Rx is given as with respect to terminal 3:
++
Rx =

++
Rz =