Results for: Electrical-substation

What is the reason for using a current transformer in an electrical service substation?

A current transformer is primarily used at the neutral point of a  transformer for earth fault protection.    A neutral current transformer will measure any ground fau (MORE)

What is a substation?

A substation is an indoor or outdoor location in which are located transformers, switchgear, busbar systems, and protection equipment. It's where transmission or distribution (MORE)
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What does BIL stand for in electrical high voltage substation?

BIL stands for Basic Impulse Level, it is the impulse voltage or power ( in the case of testing a transformer) or surge voltage in the case of lightning or switching, that a t (MORE)
In Health

What illnesses are related to electrical substations?

A1: There are no exact evidence of the acute illnesses caused by exposure to electrical substations, but adverse chronic effects were recorded like baldness of the hair and ca (MORE)
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What is the use of an reactor in an electrical substation?

A reactor is an application for an inductor. Inductors oppose any  change in current. So a reactor is used to 'slow down' (a  simplification) any significant change in curre (MORE)

What is the substation?

  The substation is the point in the T&D system at which the generated voltage is either stepped up for transmission or stepped down for distribution. This is accomplished (MORE)
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What is the Unit substation in electrical power distribution?

In a power distribution grid, there is a main power source from usually a generating plant or dam. It is then subdivided into 2 or more substations usually to power cities or (MORE)

Is there any problem with having an electric substation in the garden?

There is no problem with having a pad mount transformer in your garden. It is the same as transformers that are on the poles that deliver power to your home. The only differen (MORE)

What is the answer to 20c plus 5 equals 5c plus 65?

20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4
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