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|We say that if voltage in a power system is increased,for a
constant power the current will decrease (by P=VI).
isn't this in disagreement with the ohms law(I propotional
V;resistant const.).Since the resistance of transmission
lines remains constant,shouldn't inc in voltage cause inc in
current across the transmission line?
I have read many articles across the net but still couldn't
this figure this out. :(
Guyz plz assist me with dis..:)..
|If we tell 60 sq.mm. 3-1/2 core cable,then what does it mean
1) Each core section in the whole cable is of 60 sq. mm.
2) The whole cable is of 60 sq. mm. which is sub-divided
into 3-1/2 core.
|Here iam a question with SYNCHRONIZATION PANNEL related
as i want to design a SYNC.pannel board iam giving the 2
nos of 1MVA Generators to sync pannel , then what wil be
the out put of the sync pannel, whether it wil be one cable
coems from the sync panel or two cables..
as iam using two transformers to meet my load demand,
so pls clear me whether two cables comes from sync panel to
connect to transformers or only one cable
Can anybody tell me that how to choose CT for a specific
load? I have a 200kw induction motor, which ratio CT should
be installed? Is there a formula or calculation that
determines the CT ratio for a load?
|What is meant by the KA-rating of a circuit breaker? In
this regard, discuss the stresses experienced by the
|what is the working principle of electrical motors?
|can v use earth as nutral. yes than y.if not y.
|basic princple of induction and synchronous motor
|WHAT IS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN idmt and instentanous relay?
is idmt is used as back up protection or else?or when
instantenous relay saturates IDMT will operate???
|What is the minimum percentage of power that a powerplant
can support in ilanding mode ?
|what is the difference between RTD & TERMO COUPLE?
|Why the brushes used in dc machines are made of carbon not
from other metal?
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