How can short circuit be prevented?
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Because a whole circuit needs a short circuit to work. It's like a remote; the remote is the whole circuit and the batteries needed are the short circuit. if those batteries are broken, the remote won't work. In other words, without a short circuit, a whole circuit can not occur successfully. Hope this helped, Charlie the Grey
Yes the generator engine will start and keep running. The generator has to start before the short circuit is sensed. What happens to the generator section on a short circuit condition is that the generator breaker will trip and disconnect the short circuit on the load. <<>> genarator will not start because of short circuit
In short circuit large amount of current will flow in the circuit, which will damage the circuit. Nice Question. But its not shot circuit. It is Short-circuit. Short circuit means that we connect the output terminals of any circuit by means of No Resistance wire(Normally low resistance since we cannot have zero resistance in practical). If there is no resistance then the current will flow through the line will be higher. This increase in current…
Fault current is the current that flows during a fault condition, which might not be necessarily a short-circuit condition. A short-circuit current will flow when there is short-circuit in the system, and it will represent the highest possible fault current that a system can experience. Therefore, a fault current can be less that the short-circuit current, and a short-circuit current will represent the highest fault current in the system.
SHORT CIRCUIT AND OVERLOAD Electricity energy is supplied into homes by pairs of insulated copper wires placed on walls and ceilings.Not much heat is produced in the wires because copper has low resistivity.However,if the current is very large,the wires may become hot enough to melt or burn the insulation and start a fire.This large current may be caused either by a short circuit or by overloading the circuit. 2. CIRCUIT PROTECTOR The panel board in…
A circuit breaker must be reset to ON after a short circuit but does not need to be replaced. It depends on the type of CB. A fuse is also a circuit breaker and it needs to be replaced after a short circuit. Relayed circuit breakers have to be "picked up" after a dropout and need not be replaced as such.