Electric power transmission Essays

  • Branching Case Study

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    a given power system. The mean propagation, a Branching Process parameter, is estimated from the simulated data to predict the size of blackout. The simulated cascading data is generated by

  • Transmission Lines Case Study

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    Question - Present a case study on different transmission lines origin and their usage. Ans -   What are Transmission lines? Transmission lines are cables or other structure which are specialized and designed for conducting AC (alternating current) of very high frequencies. For such currents with high frequency, the wave nature has to be taken into account. Ordinary electrical cables are enough to carry audio signals and AC of low frequencies, like mains power in which the direction is reversed 100

  • Disadvantages Of Harmonics

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    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 PROJECT BACKGROUND Power quality is the deviation in voltage or current waveform from its orderly sinusoidal waveform. The main target of the electric utility is to distribute sinusoidal voltage at moderate magnitude throughout the system. When impedance changes with the applied voltage then it is known as a non-linear load. When a sinusoidal voltage is applied, the current drawn by non-linear load will not be sinusoidal. These non-sinusoidal currents contain

  • Ohmic Contact In Cs Case Study

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    A STUDY ON THE CONTACT TECHNOLOGY OF NANOMATERIAL AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE OHMIC CONTACT IN CdS-Al JUNCTION Sambeet Mishra Department of Electrical Power Engineering, Tallinn University of Technology Tallinn, Estonia Email id – sambeet.mishra@live.com Prof B. Ghosh Leverhulme Visiting Professor, Newcastle University, UK Dr C. K. Panigrahi School of Electrical Engineering, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, India Abstract – Incorporating the understanding of contact technology, its related problems

  • Ashoka's Dhamma Importance

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    ASHOKA’S DHAMMA Angad Singh (Reg. No. 13BMA0053), Bangalore Morarji School of Mechanical Engineering VIT University Abstract: This review is to understand the principles of Ashoka’s Dhamma. Why dhamma was so important and a need in that time and what led to the reasons to the start of such an ethical approach of Dhamma which did not focus on any particular religion or class of society but to all the people as a whole leading the people of Emperor Ashoka’s to peace and harmony .but the importance

  • Ashoka Dhamma Importance

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    ASHOKA’S DHAMMA Angad Singh (Reg. No. 13BMA0053), Bangalore Morarji School of Mechanical Engineering VIT University Abstract: This review is to understand the principles of Ashoka’s Dhamma. Why dhamma was so important and a need in that time and what led to the reasons to the start of such an ethical approach of Dhamma which did not focus on any particular religion or class of society but to all the people as a whole leading the people of Emperor Ashoka’s to peace and harmony .but the importance

  • Disadvantages Of Multiplexing

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    of OFDM. Although OFDM is widely used, the disadvantages should also be taken into consideration. The disadvantages are OFDM has a high peak to average power ratio and it is sensitive to the carrier offset and drift. i. High peak to average power ratio There are noise such as amplitude variation in the OFDM signal with a high peak to average power ratio. It causes the efficiency of radio frequency amplifier to suffer because it will require the amplifiers to be linear in order to suit the different

  • Total Harmonic Distortion Research Paper

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    CHAPTER 3 POWER QUALITY AND ITS PROBLEMS 3.1 Harmonics Power systems are designed to operate at frequencies of 50 or 60 Hz. However, certain types of loads produces currents and voltages with frequencies that are integer multiples of the 50 or 60 Hz fundamental frequency. These frequencies components are a form of electrical pollution known as harmonic distortion. There are two types of harmonics that can be encountered in a power system. Synchronous harmonics. Asynchronous harmonics. Synchronous

  • Pyrrole Lab Report

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    2. Experimental Technique 2.1 Materials The monomer pyrrole was procured from Spectrochem Pvt. Ltd. Mumbai (India). Pyrrole was double distilled at 1310C and stored at 40C prior to use for synthesis. Polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) was obtained from S. D. Fine Chem. Ltd., Mumbai. Degree of hydrolysis of this powder is 86-89 % and M.W. was 85000 – 124000. It was used as host polymer during the preparation of composites of polypyrrole. Ferric Chloride anhydrous (Iron (III) chloride) was also obtained

  • Pavement Deflection

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    NDT EVALUATION OF RIGID PAVEMENT (Review) Omprakash Khodke1, and Prof. P.B. Patil2 1 Student M Tech (STR), GHRCE Nagpur, 2 Asst. Prof. Civil Engineering Dept., GHRCE Nagpur. E-mail: 1 khodke_omprakash.ghrcemtechstr@raisoni.net, 2 prakash.patil@raisoni.net Abstract: Pavement deflection is the parameter to evaluate the structural capacity of the rigid pavement. NDT is the simple and best method for determination of different parameter of the rigid pavement such as Modulus of Elasticity, Poissons’s

  • Essay On Railway Signal

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    based cab signal is difficult in mixed traffic operation as well as it is not suitable for high speed moving trains due to transmission loss and packet delay. Therefore, it is better to get the light signals inside the cab by electromagnetic signals supported by the existing traditional land post signal power which will help the loco pilot to enhance the performance of the train operation without any interruption due to the poor

  • Advantages Of SMES

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    5. SUPERCONDUCTING MAGNETIC ENERGY STORAGE (SMES) 5.1 INTRODUCTION: In this chapter we will deals with, functioning of the SMES and also the construction of SMES. In this chapter we will discuss the functioning of each part of a SMES i.e., about the converter, coil, cryogenic system and capacity of unit, and also the principle of SMES and about the technical attributes of a system, such as capacity, energy storage rating, physical dimensions, and efficiency of system. And also we see about the

  • Heat Transfer Mechanism

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    net 1) Introduction: Cooling is one of the most important technical challenges facing numerous diverse industrial applications including microelectronics, transportation, chemical process, air conditioning, and manufacturing. With the increase in power density

  • Summer Training Internsment

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    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I take this opportunity to express my profound gratitude and deep regards to my guide (Mr. Anupam sir & Mrs. Anuradha ma’am) for their exemplary guidance, monitoring and constant encouragement throughout the course of this thesis. The blessing, help and guidance given by him time to time shall carry me a long way in the journey of life on which I am about to embark. Training is a people – intensive activity. Without motivation, a person is literally unable to make his best efforts

  • Process Capability Analysis

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    Process Validation and capability analysis of Clutch collar Karthikal Gowda.A.K 1, Swaroop Shreekanth Hegde2 1,2 8thsem, Dept of Mechanical Engineering, ATMECE, Mysore Guide- Deepak M.V.S3, K.M.Subbaiah4 3AsstProfessor, Dept of Mechanical Engineering, ATMECE,, Mysore, 4Professor Department of I&P Engineering, , The National Institute of Engineering, Mysore, Karnataka, India. Email- mvs.deepak@gmail.com. kms_coorg@yahoo.com Abstract A measurement control system ensures that measuring equipment

  • Mild Steel Case Study

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    Investigation of sliding wear behavior of case hardened mild steel B.Sivaram1 PG student Department of Mechanical Engineering. Kamarajar college of Enginnering & Technology Virudhunagar-626001 Tamilnadu ,India Email:sivakcet1989@gmail.com Tel:+919159451454 Dr.A.Asha2 Professor

  • Static Structural Analysis

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    Thermal-Static Structural Analysis of Isotropic Rectangular Plates Mervin Ealiyas Mathews1, Shabna M.S2 1Department of Civil Engineering, KMEA Engineering College, Ernakulam, India 2Department of Civil Engineering, KMEA Engineering College, Ernakulam, India ABSTRACT : Static and thermal analysis of isotropic rectangular plate made up of various materials with various types of load applications and different boundary conditions is analysed in this research. Both numerical and by finite element

  • Nao Silica Essay

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    STANDARDIZATION OF CEMENT MORTAR BY USING COLLOIDAL NANO-SILICA ( Priyanka Sabale, Vrushali Tandulkar, Snehal Randive, Gaurav Mishra, Omkar Sherkar, Deepak Chavan)a Dr.Milinda Mahajan b , Archana Tanawadec , a Students of Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology, kondhawa Bk, Pune, Maharashtra,411048 b Professor of Vishwakarma Institute of Information Technology, kondhawa Bk, Pune, Maharashtra,411048 C Assistant Professor of Vishwakarma Institute of Information

  • Importance Of Safety In Safety

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    1. Introduction. 1.1 General In relation to safety barriers, a hazard is an object, area or condition that can cause serious injury or loss of life for vehicle occupants should a vehicle leave the travelled way and drive into or across the hazard. In assessing the roadside for hazards, a risk management process should be used. Risk Management is the culture, processes and structures that are directed towards realizing potential opportunities whilst managing adverse effects. The risk management

  • Unilever Malaysia Case Study

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    collection of applications designed to monitor and control the entire distribution network efficiently and reliably. It acts as a decision support system to assist the control room and field operating personnel with the monitoring and control of the electric distribution system. DMS access real-time data and provides all information on a single console at the control centre in an integrated manner. Moreover, DMS also improves the reliability and quality of service in terms of reducing outages, minimizing