Friday, February 8, 2013

Basics of Transmission and Distribution Library


Basics of Transmission and Distribution Library

Introduction
       Components of Distribution
       Generators
       Transformers
       Transmission Line
       Bus Bars
       Circuit Breakers
       Isolators
       Effect of High Voltage on Volume of Copper
       Effect of High Voltage on Line Efficiency
       Effect of high Voltage on Line Drop
       Advantages of High Voltage Transmission
       Disadvantages of High Voltage
       Practical Transmission and Distribution Voltage Levels
       Overhead System
       Underground System
       Three Phase Three Wire System
       Three Phase Four Wire System
       Advantages of A.C. Systems
       Disadvantages of A.C. System
       Tow Wire D.C. System
       Two Wire D.C. System with Midpoint Earthed
       Three Wire D.C. System
       Advantages of D.C. System
       Disadvantages
       Tow Wire D.C. System With One Line Earthed
       Two Wire D.C. System With Midpoint Earthed
       Three Wire D.C. System
       Three Phase Three Wire A.C. System
       Three Phase Four Wire A.C. System
       Two Wire D.C. System
       Two Wire D.C. System With Midpoint Earthed
       Three Wire D.C. System
       Three Phase Three Wire A.C.System
       Three Phase Four Wire A.C. System

       Advantages of Radial System
       Disadvantages of Radial System
       Current Distribution in Three Wire D.C. System
       Concentrated Loads Fed at One End
       Concentrated Loads Fed at Both Ends
              Ends at Equal Voltages
              Ends at Unequal Voltages
       Distributor Load Fed at One End
       Distributed Load Fed at Both Ends
              Ends at Equal Voltages
              Ends at Unequal Voltages
       Power Factors Referred to Receiving End Voltage
       Power Factors Referred to Respective Load Voltages 

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