7. Hrc fuse provides best protection against.......
what is the difference between synchoronous and alternator and induction motor and generator
WHAT ARE THE DATAS REQUIRED FOR SCS SIGNAL LIST PREPARATION?
what is the diference between the 4pole & 6pole DC Motors & what is advantage 6pole over the 4pole ?
What is boost transformer in railway??
why the manufacturer provide M and C terminals ? why they will not internally short them ?
I've descovered that when the earth wire in a domestic electrical installation is not connected back to the board (ground) a voltage of between 9-24v is is found to be present in the earth wire. When connected at the board there is no voltage - is this normal and why does it happen?
WHAT IS THE PARTIAL DISCHARGE TEST?
ynchronous M/C with under excitation with reactive power absorption , acts as a) synch. Motor b) synch gen c) synchr capacit
In order that work may be done:(a) Two wires are necessary(b) The circuit must have a switch(c) Coal must be burnt(d) A supply of energy is required
What is C.T, why it is used and what care should be taken for that while connecting?
dg started in plc mode and load taken later one battery terminal connection will be disconnected by loose connection what will happen for dg and shall we connect battery terminals while dg in load time?