How do you measure the circulating current in 3 phase parallel system?
in safe systems the summation of every phase currents is equale to the line current,but in deffect system not equale , this difrance circulates between parallel phases
CT(Current Transformer) is used to measure current flowing in the circuit. Current can be fully drawn or sensed in series condition. That's why , it is connected in series. In parallel , the current is divided; and hence the total current cannot be measured)
Current transformer is a device used to measure the flow of current through a power system and the measured current is inputted to a protective relay system. It is used to detect system malfunction. Current transducer is a device used to measure AC and DC current based on the halt-effect technology.
No, the lymphatic system is (to the best of current knowledge) strictly a transportation system for lymph that runs parallel to the cardiovascular system.
IN road transport cars are running and in blood circulating system bloods is running from here to there
The rest of the lights in the system will remain illuminated. Except in that branch of the circuit. The parallel branch(s) get more current if the voltage potential remains the same.
While it depends on the circuit, I can give an example for a specific case. If you connect a bunch of solar panels in series, the voltages are added. If they are connected in parallel, however, the current is added. Current directly affects wire size, which adds to the overall cost of the system.
With the system powered on and playing sounds measure the voltage at the speaker terminals with an AC voltmeter. If you measure voltage turn off the system and disconnect one of the speaker terminals and measure across the speaker with an ohm meter. If there is any significant conductance the wire is probably carrying current when the system is playing. Better yet take it to a competent technician.
A current transformer doesn't 'measure current'. It merely reduces a large current flowing through its primary to a smaller current which can be read by an ammeter connected to its secondary. At the same time, it electrically isolates the secondary circuit from the primary circuit, which is essential if the primary circuit is part of a high-voltage system.
no Answer 'Power factor' is a quantity associated with alternating-current systems, and does not apply to direct-current systems'.
While the nervous system controls the pumping of the heart as well as neurotransmitters and hormones that control vasodilation and vasocontraction, the circulatory system is primarily responsible for circulating blood throughout the body.
Yes, a battery operated toy has a parallel circuit - the battery is in parallel with the toy. In fact, this is true for any system where there is a single equivalent source and a single equivalent load. While it is true that this is also a series circuit, by Kirchoff's current and voltage laws a simple series circuit is also a simple parallel circuit.
Amperes are used to measure current. To find a measure of amperes in a system, simply divide the power in Watts in use by the voltage difference across the circuit.
An ammeter either directly, or via a current transformer, is used to measure current in a circuit. Current transformers (CTs) are necessary when either (1) you need to measure the large currents flowing in high-voltage systems (a CT will isolate the HV system from the ammeter to which it is connected, as well as reduce the value of the HV current) or (2) you need to reduce the very large currents to be measured in… Read More
A pulse oximeter is a non-invasive method to determine the percentage of oxygenated blood circulating. This simple procedure is performed by administering a clip on the end of a digit.
Current flow The answer you are looking for is Amperes or Amps. They are used to measure current flow and Amps do the actual work as they move electrons throughout the system.
In a closed circulatory system, the circulatory fluid remains within blood vessels at all points in the circulatory system. In an open circulatory system, the circulating fluid enters a sinus at least at one point in the circulating system and thus comes in direct contact with the tissues.
Reasons of high current is suddenly incresing of load or, any fault taken place in the elect.system,or due to some resons parallel generator or transfomers are desyncronised from the system due to any reasons.
no because if there was a parallel earth there would have to be parallel planets
An "earth fault relay" is a bit ambiguous. A relay used in the power system to detect neutral or ground faults measure the vector difference of the three phase power, or measure the neutral current directly. If current is above a set trip point, the relay will operate. If you are referring to GFCI's, they effectively measure the current flowing in and the current flowing out on the two "hot" wires, and if these do… Read More
just try to work around the current system. do not try to override it. just establish a system within a system
You cannot measure DC current with a transformer. You can only measure AC current with a transformer. Another Answer Power grids are generally a.c. systems, with d.c. being reserved for either very long-distance transmission lines, undersea cables, or as links between independent a.c. grids. to measure the currents in high-voltage a.c. lines, a current transformer's primary is inserted into the line, and its secondary reduces the value of that current to safe values for measurement… Read More
This is called the circulatory system. -racers
In a grid system all the alternators run in parallel, locked together in frequency.
During a class on the circulatory system an airman asks you how much blood does the average adult have circulating in his or her body your answer is?
During a class on the circulatory system, an Airman asks you, "How much blood does the average adult have circulating in his or her body?" Your answer is, A: 5-6 liters
The unit used to measure reactive power in an AC electric power system is the volt-ampere reactve (var). Reactive power exists in an AC circuit when the current and voltage are not in phase.
On a delta system the line current would be 1.732 times higher than the phase current. In a Wye system the line current and phase current are the same. In a parallel circuit (Delta) current divides. In a series circuit (Wye) current stays the same. Another Answer Line currents pass through line conductors, whereas phase currents pass through phases. 'Phases' are (in the case of a supply) are the windings of a three-phase alternator or… Read More
By definition, an electric circuit allows electric current to flow from a source of current and back around to that source in a complete circuit, rather like water from a pump outlet flowing round a pipe back to the pump inlet in a circulating system. The electric current may flow in only one direction at all times (direct current, or pumping in only one direction) or may change direction periodically (alternating current, or reversing the… Read More
If one lamp in a parallel circuit burns out, the other lamps are unaffected because current still flows through them. Total current in the system is reduced by the loss of the burned out lamp, which will raise voltage ever so slightly. That will have the effect of brightening the other lamps, but that effect is inconsequential unless there is significant impedance in the source or in the path to the lamps.
The voltage coil must be connected in parallel with the supply, and the current coil must be connected in series with the load, connecting them in accordance with the wattmeter's polarity markings.
Delivers food, water, and oxygen to the cells and removes waste from the cells
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No. You need to have blood circulating around you body
Well, this is a nice question. I will just try to answer it. Note that the combined resistance in parallel will always be less than any of the individual resistances. In the parallel system, there is a separate independent path from the source to each resistance and back to the source, therefore each has the same voltage drop. This means that the voltage must be the same at each point in the parallel circuits. There… Read More
What is the relationship between phase and line values of current and voltage quantities for star and delta connected systems?
A: A DELTA transformer is a 1:1 voltage transfer delta to Y IS 1:2 voltage transfer. That is for 3 phase system, If the phases are not exactly matched or the voltage is not exactly right then on a Y setup there will be circulating current at the common node.
the cardiovascular system, also known as the circulatory system, interacts with the immune system by circulating white blood cells, therefore helping the immune system defend the body
In an Alternating Current (AC) system the voltage is constantly fluctuating. At any point you could measure the zero to peak voltage. The RMS measures a mean value over time.
parallel operating system is tha sharing of data between two computers....... Distributing system is the sharing of data among different computers....
Answer An ampere (symbol: A) is the base unit of current in the SI system, and is defined in terms of the force between two, parallel, current-carrying conductors, due to the interaction of their magnetic fields. It's defined as follows: 'that constant current that, if maintained in two straight parallel conductors of infinite length and negligible cross-sectional area and placed one metre apart in a vacuum, would produce between them a force equal to 2… Read More
When the lines of action of all the forces are not parallel to each other is defined as non parallel forces
If a system has no solution, it means that the lines are parallel.
The Himalayas have parallel ranges of mountains.
You are confusing electrical potential (Volts) and power (Watts). The equation for power (watts) is P = VI where V is volts (a measure of electrical "pressure") and I is current in amperes (the rate of flow of electricity). If the system is 120V and the power used is 600W then the current used is 5A. If the system is 240V and the power used is 600W then the current used is 2.5A.
When there is an inductive element in the circuit, the current lags behind the voltage. an ideal inductor will make the current lag behind the voltage by 90 degrees.. a capacitive element on the other hand will make the current lead the voltage (ideally by 90deg). That's why capacitors in parallel with the system are used a lot for power factor correction
You cannot directly access the parallel port because the operating system is managing that device. Use the file system. The name of the parallel port is "lpt1:". Open that as an ordinary file for write, write to it, and you will be writing on the parallel port.
Is it taking air as well, if it is stop the air from getting into the system
The metric, or SI, system uses seven base units of measure, all other units of measure are derived from these. They are; Length, metre, m. Time, second, s. Temperature, kelvin, K. Mass, kilogram, kg. Electrical current, ampere, A. Luminous intensity, candela, cd. Amount of substance, mole, mol.
Other than the brightness of the bulbs what is an advantage of a parallel circuit compared with a series circuit?
In a parallel circuit the failure of one bulb reduces the light of that one bulb. In a series circuit the failure of any bulb causes all bulbs to stop producing light because the circuit itself fails. A break in a series circuit stops the current flow to the whole circuit. A break in a parallel circuit stops the flow only in that parallel branch, not the whole circuit. This independence from system loss by… Read More
Air bound means that there is an "air bubble" in the cooling system that is preventing coolant from circulating in the cooling/heating system. (air can be compressed fluid cannot)
Well, the digestive system is responsible for the intake of nutrients, but it's the circulatory system that is responsible for, well, circulating the nutrients to the cells.