Power Systems- Electricity Generation Basics -1

Tweet 93 Views  Energy for the Future This article highlights the basics of electrical power systems, which fundamentally includes various way of power generation. Generators  Use energy to generate electric currents.  A moving magnet pushes the electrons along a wire. The energy used to move the magnet is carried by the electric current.     […]

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Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT)

Tweet 90 Views What is an LVDT? LVDT is an acronym for Linear Variable Differential Transformer. It is a common type of electromechanical transducer that can convert the rectilinear motion of an object to which it is coupled mechanically into a corresponding electrical signal. LVDT linear position sensors are readily available that can measure movements as […]

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PRIMAVERA P6 PROGRESS LINE

Tweet 88 Views PRIMAVERA P6 PROGRESS LINE If you are looking for a real quick way to spot trouble in a project, the progress line is a vertical plot that provides the highest level view of schedule progress. Yes, it is a simple visual monitor for the project displaying exactly where you are ahead, behind, […]

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The most common methods of measuring the resistance of an earth electrode

Tweet 110 Views When an earth electrode system has been designed and installed, it is usually necessary to measure and confirm the earth resistance between the electrode and “true Earth”. The most commonly… Read more EEP – Electrical Engineering Portal Spread the love2Shares

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Three-phase Y and Delta Configurations | Polyphase AC Circuits

Tweet 147 Views Initially we explored the idea of three-phase power systems by connecting three voltage sources together in what is commonly known as the “Y” (or “star”) configuration. This configuration of voltage sources is characterized by a common connection point joining one side of each source. (Figure below)             Three-phase “Y” connection has three voltage […]

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