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## Main Question or Discussion Point

As I am new to this forum, I must apologise if I have began this thread in the wrong category but I have a bit of a problem.

I don't necessary study physics, I study Electrical Installation at college. As a result we overlap on some physics topics

We have recently covered Star Delta. Now, I understand that in Star the Line and Phase current are equal and line voltage is *sqrt 3 times the phase voltage. And vice versa for delta.

I am somewhat experiencing some doubt as to what line current actually means. It is always between the phases of a load? Or can it also be between the line and neutral?

Any help would be appreciated

I don't necessary study physics, I study Electrical Installation at college. As a result we overlap on some physics topics

We have recently covered Star Delta. Now, I understand that in Star the Line and Phase current are equal and line voltage is *sqrt 3 times the phase voltage. And vice versa for delta.

I am somewhat experiencing some doubt as to what line current actually means. It is always between the phases of a load? Or can it also be between the line and neutral?

Any help would be appreciated