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What is the difference between an insulator and a 
dielectric?
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# 1
dielectric is an insulator that can b used to store electrical energy.all dielectrics are insulators but the converse is not true 
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Ajay K Mathew
 
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# 2
dielctric means which is a semi conducting material.and insulator is a material which does not allow for conduction. 
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Nagarjuna
 
 
 

 
 
 
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While testing the 33KV Busbar by using Hipot kit, what should be the test voltage we have to apply   2
what is advantage of providing taping on HT side?   3
What happen if we re-start H.T motor whose rotor is running at 40% rated speed. Is it will damage motor winding?   1
what is the function of potential transformer in s/s   6
We all have seen transmission and Distribution lines In transmission lines the voltage is high and current is low(to reduce I^2r loss) and in distribution lines voltage is low but current is high however the size of transmission wires is bigger than that of distribution wires even though the amount of current carried by the distribution lines is more than that of transmission lines why?   4
i have installed my solar site of 6.7kw and is working perfectly , can somebody tell me that how can i measure my solar irradiation kw/day/sq m ?   3
1. what is the power factor and whatis his losses 2. what is the working procedure of 51RNB AND 87 relay ABB 2
how the 6.6KV motor can be used with 11KV?   2
Why we have use 3 & 1/2 core cable use for general electrical supply arrangement   1
why 2 phase is used in argc furnace? why 6 phase is used in converting machinery?   1
what is the purpose of fuse?   7
What happens on the secondary of a 33kV/11kV when one phase of the primary fuse blows?   3
 
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