What will happen if " not connecting the neutral point to
ground of diesel generator output (380 V)", also if someone
touched one phase without isolation from ground during the
A/M condition what will happen to him?
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Answer / vedprakash uppadhaya
basically the neutral terminal provide return path for the
conduction .if we dont used neutral then no return path
will appear .and in that case if we touche the neutral then
we will be shocked.also neutral terminal is used for phase
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Answer / arsenal
we wll get shock because the current flows through our body
towards the ground which forms a closed circuit.
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Answer / dhinesh
Due to the potential difference between the generator and earth the person will get shock.As the neutral is not grounded we don't have any option for protection.so the person who touch the phase is under risk of shock.
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