### Determine the phase a current ia using fourier techniques

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Phase current - Neutral Grounded Assume that the load is star connected with the neutral grounded. Each phase has a series RL load with R = 5 ohms and L = 20 mH. Calculate and plot the Phase a current Ia using Fourier techniques.

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