Renewable energy: some outrageous ideas

January 19th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Others

megaphone1What are some Outrageous Ideas to generate Renewable Energy? This is what your fellow electrical engineer Will wants to let us know today with this article.

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Introduction

Renewable energy has become a very hot topic, gaining huge momentum in the last few years. A wide awareness to the cause of global warming phenomenon and disadvantages of using bunker as a source of energy has prompted countries to think up national policies to promote the installation of technologies that uses renewable resources to generate electricity.
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Sub-Transmission Line Pre-comissioning tests

January 11th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Power quality

megaphone-blueYour fellow electrical engineer K. is back with an article about pre-comissioning tests for sub-transmission (MV) overhead line.

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Testing and Commissioning plan

Before commissioning of any electrical setup, certain diagnostic tests are required. Testing And Commissioning plan (T&C) specifies all the criteria for energizing of any sub-transmission overhead line (MV system).

T&C plan should address following parameters:
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Circuit breaker condition monitoring function

January 8th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution

Another article from AHand about the SSCBR function.
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circuit-breaker-condition-monitoring-SSCBR

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Substation incident: a tragic lesson (career story)

January 5th, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Others

electrical-engineer-testimonyHere’s an entertaining career story narrated by your fellow electrical engineer K. He likes sending us testimonies and we always enjoy reading them, just like you! So here’s the latest one which is about the day he learned a tragic lesson.

Read the story below:
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Medium voltage switchgear testing principles (mechanical tests)

January 3rd, 2018 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution

Happy New Year to you all! We hope that this year will be full of sharings, news and knowledge in the Electrical Engineering Community.

Let’s start with this nice article by AHand a member of the community. Last time he told us about visual inspection and functional tests which are basic MV switchgear testing principles. Today he’s back with another type of testing: mechanical tests.

Figure 1 Operator switching the switch-disconnector manually during site acceptance tests.

Figure 1 Operator switching the switch-disconnector manually during site acceptance tests.

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