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Introduction to underground MV/LV distribution system (Part 2)

March 6th, 2019 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Basic Construction of underground cables

This article is the next and last part of Khuram’s article on underground MV/LV distribution systems. Enjoy and comment BELOW if you have any questions.

Underground electrical distribution is not only tidier but also less prone to environmental hazards as compared to the overhead distribution. Installation and maintenance cost, operational pros and cons, and a brief overview of cable structure are discussed in the previous part. Distribution transformers, switchgear and MV/LV cables are the main components of underground distribution system.

Structure and types of underground cables for a distribution system are discussed in this article.

Electrical contactor: the best friend in low voltage electrical installations

February 22nd, 2019 | 2 Comments | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Fig1: A common contactor | picture: Electrodepot on Amazon

New article by an electrical engineer from Venezuela. Thank you to all the experts who participate in this community! Enjoy and  don’t forget to leave a comment if you  want to share your thoughts on the electrical contactor.

Nowadays, there is an increasing need for users to take control of the comfort and safety systems installed in their area (air conditioner, lightning, and others) [1]. There are powerful reasons for this, the main one is the birth of a new trend, that goes back to the year 1999 [2], known as Building Automation Systems (BAS). This is related to the need of having control over systems by adding a special panelboard, like a PLC, a relay, a control panel, among others.


Introduction to underground distribution system (MV/LV)

February 20th, 2019 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Laying of electrical underground distribution lines

Laying of electrical underground distribution lines


Electricity can be transported to homes and smaller substations in electrical distribution networks via overhead distribution lines. But overhead distribution lines are not the only way of transporting energy.


Time Saving tips for designing low voltage electrical installations

February 15th, 2019 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Read this great article sent via email by an electrical engineer this week and enjoy :)

“Hi everybody! Whether you are running out of time to deliver a project, or you are just too much stressed out with other complex tasks, there is no doubt that these are times when designing electrical installations could be troublesome. But hey, don’t worry, I’m here to give you a hand.

These are my best tips to spare you time in your electrical installation’s designs, let’s take a look at them!”


Stability in Power System

January 19th, 2019 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Power System Stability projects


One of our readers, Nico sent us an article about a very interesting and essential topic; Power system stability. Happy reading and don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments :)

Hello fellows,

Stay in constant synchronization of multiple elements in a Power System has become an extremely important task in the operation of Power Systems; this result is due to the expansion of the electric power systems that increased the interconnection of generating stations and the various load centers.


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