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Effects of unbalanced power distribution on the neutral line

May 12th, 2017 | 1 Comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Again, one of you sent us an article for it to be published on the blog. We wanted to let you know that we appreciate your committement to this community.

We’ve received this essay from Yasser, an electrical engineer from Egypt. He’s interested in all electrical engineering subject and Business related subjects and if you want to be published on the blog, you can of course send us a mail. We agree to post any type of writing!


It’s clear that one of the most common electric businesses is electric distribution for residential, commercial and industrial buildings. And as a rule of thumb all residential buildings have three-phase wye supply and also nearly most of small commercial and industrial facilities. Speaking about wye connection we expect that all three phases have about the same amount of current and the neutral have a very little current, this case is called a balanced system.

Preparation and Benefits of Electrical Load Schedule

February 10th, 2017 | 4 Comments | Posted in Electrical distribution
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megaphone-darkbluePreparing a load schedule helps in determining the amount of power required for an installation. This information is then used by electrical engineers to properly size conductors, conduits and determine the proper overload and other protection and control systems.

Let your fellow member A.N tell you about it and don’t hesitate to send us a mail if you want to be published in the blog too!


Does the UPS push the generators out of scene?

January 16th, 2017 | 2 Comments | Posted in Electrical distribution

megaphone1Hi everyone, it’s Steven Mill. I’m sending you all my best wishes for this year and hope you’ll keep enjoying and sharing contents in the Electrical Engineering Community blog because I’ll sure do :)

For my first article of 2017, I wanted to deal with UPS VS Generators. So, does it push the generators out of scene?

Let’s see and share our opinions…

Secondary power distribution

January 6th, 2017 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution

megaphone-redIn his last article, ou fellow member of the Electrical Engineering Community Milan told us about main electrical characteristics of DC and AC generators and its usage, regulation and construction. From this content he made primary distribution.

But what will happen when we don’t have primary sources, shall we have electrical power? Yes we will, because secondary power sources are installed on aircrafts.

Check the article below for further explanations…


Electrical connections: compression connections

December 5th, 2016 | Make a comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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Hi fellows, here’s an article from Pablo M. who’ve already wrote for us in the past. Enjoy and ask him questions if you want to :)

Hello it’s Pablo,
This time I will share with you the most common problems and mistakes found in the installation of compression connectors and how to avoid them. Note that this is a summary since full training is needed to ensure proper connection.

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