Posts Tagged ‘the switchgear’

Usage of Partial Discharge Measurements

July 21st, 2017 | 1 Comment | Posted in Electrical distribution
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New article by Yasser, one of our members who kindly sent us this article. Enjoy!

Throughout the last 4 decades, switchgears development was just obvious at a glance. This electrical device which we use when we want to connect, disconnect, regulate or control the flow of electricity in a power system, is a vital part of any medium voltage power stations.

That’s why studying the faults and failures reported in switchgears is very important and finding solutions is a main concern for all the companies that produce and maintain switchgears to insure reliability and stability of the power systems.

Partial discharge in equipment

Figure.1 Partial discharge in equipment | image: rbswitchgeargroup.com


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Common problems in medium voltage switchgear

May 5th, 2017 | 1 Comment | Posted in Panel Building
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megaphone-redAs protection is the first concern in power systems design, companies spare no effort to upgrade protection devices to better, safer, smarter and more efficient devices.

This is obvious at a glance in the development of switchgear. Probably you know what switchgear is, but you don’t know the reason why switchgear got this name. Nor what are the most encountered problems in MV switchgear.

That’s what our fellow electrical engineer Yasser is going to explain today in this article he gently sent us! Leave your impressions below.

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