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|What is the difference when selecting a cable between AC
and DC current?
|how many voltage or current enough to kill a person?
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|What is High Frequency Grounding????
|what is the meaning of elecrical.
|Why motor is not calculated in kva, whereas transormers are
calculated in kva
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|Can u explain : how capacitor act when the supply is given
is a.c and d.c.
I know that when d.c supply is given then the capacitor
charges and becomes open circuited.
But please say about when a.c is given.
I have seen that when a.c supply is given ,it charges and
But when we plug in capacitor to our daily supply and take
it out ,then we join those wires spark will appear,which
seems charge is present ,but when a.c is given it should
charge and discharge
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|what are the colour's and their indications in bucholz
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|Electricty is generated at around 16kV, then step up to
220kV for transmission then steped down to power
transformers then DTs and then through the LT n/w it reaches
the consumer end.
At the consumer end 230V supply is required. So, why is
electricity not generated directly at 230V and transmitted?
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|Explain the Term in CT Name Plate – Class: 5P10
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|If you know per phase current and phase to phase voltage;
what is overall KW of the circuit?
|what is different between DIGITAL and ANALOG?
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|Can we inject more current in ct primary paralleling 2
loading transformers/Injection kit at a time?let ct ratio
be (5000/1A)(per kit rating 2000A range),i need to inject
5000A,if this cant b done means wat is d optional?
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