## Answers

Jul 01, 2015 - 11:37 PM

Hi there;

The voltmeter is measuring in kV, so if you want to have the value in kV on the graph, you should go to the graph properties and change the scale from 1 to 1000.

The peak value for phase to ground is equal to (VL-L*sqrt(2))/sqrt(3)), so for 10kV (VL-L) which is equal to 8.165kV peak phase to ground.

I hope you get the answer. Otherwise, share what you have in the model and use print screen to help you more.

Regards Hasan

The voltmeter is measuring in kV, so if you want to have the value in kV on the graph, you should go to the graph properties and change the scale from 1 to 1000.

The peak value for phase to ground is equal to (VL-L*sqrt(2))/sqrt(3)), so for 10kV (VL-L) which is equal to 8.165kV peak phase to ground.

I hope you get the answer. Otherwise, share what you have in the model and use print screen to help you more.

Regards Hasan

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