Follow Our FB Page << CircleMedia.in >> for Daily Laughter. We Post Funny, Viral, Comedy Videos, Memes, Vines...

As per the theory current doesn’t flows in Neutral, but
practically it is not applicable, explain why?

Answers were Sorted based on User's Feedback

As per the theory current doesn’t flows in Neutral, but practically it is not applicable, expla..

because load in practical cannot be balanced, so because of
that the uneven current flows in the circuit means three
phase,neutral tries to balance the load.

 Is This Answer Correct ? 4 Yes 1 No

As per the theory current doesn’t flows in Neutral, but practically it is not applicable, expla..

Current flows in neutral also but in threephase circuits
the neutral of transformer is earthed, hence reference
voltage from ground to the neutral always showing zero or
upto 7 volts. hence even if we touch the live neutral wire
with bare foot also we wont experience shock.

 Is This Answer Correct ? 0 Yes 0 No

More Electrical Engineering Interview Questions

How to calculate VA rating for CT or PT or Control Transformer?

Why in metering Ct for ammeters ct secondary side is grounded for each Ct but not in case of CBCT (Core balance current transformer)..kindly some1 highlights the reason..is it because net flux is zero?

Hi.I want to ask how to calculate contactor rating current? for example I have 460 V , 100 A (induction motor) calculate contactor rating current?

what is the use of commutator in dc motor if we supply ac ? commutator is used to convert ac to dc.and it is used to arrange the flux in unidirectional in case of dc supply. if we give ac as supply to dc motor what is the use of commutator?

CALCULATE THE TOTAL VOLTAGE DROP AND SELECT THE CABLE SIZE IN MM-SQARE FOR A PANEL-262KW AT 110 METER FROM THE SOURCE SUPPLY , SUPPLY VOLTAGE 240/415

What is the direction of rotation of blades in a table fan and in a ceiling fan ?

the parts of transformers ?

In a panel 2500A ACB is the incoming breaker then what is the size of the bus bar?

SMPS (Switch Mode Power Supply) unit is denoted by KW or KVA?

In a power system we know that if the generated power is less than the load then the frequency of the system is decreases.So does this mean that total required load is delivered at alower frequency?

WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF VECTOR GROUPS IN TRANSFORMER? WHAT WILL BE EFFECT WHEN PHASE DISPLACEMENT CHANGES IN TRANSFORMER?

In an ammeter used for measurement of current, what is the meaning of the representation of range as '0-50-300'?

Categories
• Civil Engineering (5076)
• Mechanical Engineering (4445)
• Electrical Engineering (16607)
• Electronics Communications (3915)
• Chemical Engineering (1092)
• Aeronautical Engineering (214)
• Bio Engineering (96)
• Metallurgy (361)
• Industrial Engineering (258)
• Instrumentation (2992)
• Automobile Engineering (332)
• Mechatronics Engineering (97)
• Marine Engineering (123)
• Power Plant Engineering (172)
• Textile Engineering (575)
• Production Engineering (0)
• Satellite Systems Engineering (106)
• Engineering AllOther (1378)