Three-phase Portable Bench Power Supply, Electrical Engineering

hi can you help me to create a dc to 3 phase ac circuit which can exceed at any point: 50V and 20A and 400W maximum. The output should be variable from about 0 – 25V per phase, with about 5A per phase available.
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