Thanks guys for all of the advice. I'm sorry if my question isn't entirely clear. I know I have a lot to learn and that is why I am here asking questions.

I will try one more time to ask the question in a clear manner that has one descrete answer and isn't so fuzzy.

A building is equipped with a 100amp panel powered with 3-phase delta high leg electricity with AC voltages of 120 - 120 - 208 on each leg when measured w respect to ground. Each leg is restricted by a 100 amp breaker and the transformer supplying the power does not present any limitations. The building is to be equipped with 240v AC resistive loads. Assuming the breakers will trip at 80% capacity, what is that maximum amount of power one can draw with this configuration without tripping the breakers? How would the loads be wired such that they take full advantage of the available power? Assume no voltage drop and a power factor of 1.

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