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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of vno:

/vnow/

- Van plus Vno okay similarly Vbo is equal to Vbn plus Vno Vno
- words VNO VNO will have triple N harmonics remember VNO will have triple N harmonics
- equations, VA0 sorry if VA0 is equal to VAN plus VNO and VB0 is equal to VBN plus VNO,
- plus VNO; similarly VC0 is equal to VCN plus VNO and by summing, we found that VA0 plus
- VB0 plus VC0 by 3 or by 3 is equal to VNO. So, VA0 VB0 VC0 divide by 3 is equal to VNO.
- equal to if you measure, it is VAN plus VNO. Previously, because of the connection VNO
- all the triple n order. So, where the VAN will go? VAN will all go to VNO. VNO contain
- to VBN plus VNO and VC0 is equal to VCN plus VNO. Now, we know that all the triplen order
- shows the value VNO, VNO is equal to 1 by 3 VA0 plus VB0 plus VC0.
- so therefore three Vno three Vno is equal to Va zero plus Vb zero plus Vc zero okay
- so therefore Vno is equal to one third of this equation now i will substitute for Vno
- n orders will be across this VN VNO because triple n order if it is there in the phase
- Now, what is VB0? VB0 will also be equal to VAN plus VNO, VC0 also is equal to VAN plus
- VNO. But what we want is VAN sorry this is VB0 is equal to VBN, VC0 is equal to VCN.
- Let me correct it; this is VCN, VNO is the same. What we want? VBN VAN VBN and VCN; how
- VNO. So, before coming to naught one; see we have marked the switches but we had not
- is equal to VAN plus VNO. So, if you do the Kirchhoff's voltage law for the loop, VA0
- content all harmonics. So, this harmonics should be dropped either in VAN or VNO.
- So, VAN VBN VCN, we have got the pole voltages VA0 is equal to VAN plus VNO and VB0 is equal
- will be dropped across VNO. So if you sum it, VA0 plus VB0 plus VC0 is equal to, we