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  • Lightning Case Study 5.1

    current of 100 kA When lightning strikes on the shielding conductors the current induces a voltage on the phase conductors. Here we are generating a case of induced voltage on the line. The induced voltage then should be mitigated by shielding. Here we see a voltage of 155 kV has been induced due to the lightning strike on the phase line. Such induced voltages cause the sensitive…

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  • Obedience According To Dr. Stanley Milgram's Study

    teacher and researcher went into the room next door that contained the electric shock generator box. The generator has a row of switches marked from 15 volts (Slight Shock) to 375 volts (Danger: Severe Shock) to 450 volts. The teacher (subject) would read the list of words and then test the learner’s (confederate) memory. The experimenter would administer an electric shock each time the learner (confederate) responded incorrectly. The subjects (teachers) were unaware that shocks were not…

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  • Analysis Of Using Maximum Power And Norton's Theorem

    But in Norton’s Theorem the equivalent circuit has a current source and a resistance in parallel with the load resistance (R_X). Continued on next page: HOW IS IT USED When using Norton’s Theorem the load resistance is removed and replaced with a short (wire) and points labeled A and B. The reason to label the points A and B is to show where the meter would measure the unknown voltage and current associated with the load resistance. Next the load resistor is placed into the Norton’s…

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  • Electric Vehicle Research Paper

    Wires should not be connected to the vehicle chassis or body and used proper sealed component which prevent it from any contamination. High voltage wires should not be positioned with in the body pillars, roof or any outer sills and must not incorporate sharp bends. The electrical wiring within an electric vehicle which carries high voltage or current should be orange color, the conduct must be orange color. The electrical vehicle should have over-current protection system which are mounted…

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  • AC Voltage Advantages And Disadvantages

    AC stands for alternating current which means that the current flows in both directions. So instead of flowing from one source to another, the current can flow from both the source and the recipient to each other. AC voltage is the current that comes from an electrical plug. An advantage of AC voltage is the fact that the power of the voltage can be altered with a transformer. Fig.1 graph showing AC and DC current On the other hand DC voltage stands for direct current. This means that the…

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  • Zero Voltage Switching Case Study

    CHAPTER1 INTRODUCTION TO ZVT 1.1 What is ZVT? Zero voltage switching can best be defined as conventional square wave power conversion during the switch’s on-time with “resonant” switching transitions. For the most part, it can be considered as square wave power utilizing a constant off-time control which varies the conversion frequency, or on-time to maintain regulation of the output voltage. For a given unit of time, this method is similar to fixed frequency conversion which uses an adjustable…

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  • Voltage Tech Inc Case Summary

    A term of this nature would be considered unusual or onerous and needs to be given special notice: Interfoto Picture Library Ltd v Stiletto Visual Programs Ltd [1989] 2 QB 433. Another case highlighting the need for onerous terms to be brought to attention is Thornton v Shoe Lane Parking Ltd [1971] 2 QB 163. In this case Denning MR emphasised the need for reasonable notice stating unusual terms ‘would need to be printed in red ink with a red hand pointing to it – or something equally…

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  • Power Outage Case Study

    In managing a network problems with the network are to be expected and planned for when and where possible. Many of these plans created to deal with problems cover what to do if a part of the system is attacked or compromised along with what to do in the event of a natural disaster. This does not mean everything is covered as some problems are deem unlikely or a minor enough event that it should not be a problem to deal with. One potential problem that can find itself label in such a way are…

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  • Compensation Of Voltage Sags Case Study

    DISCUSSION 4.5.1 Compensation of Voltage Sags All the proposed controllers performed to the IEEE standard. Table 4.5 shows voltage sag compensation of the proposed intelligent controllers. Compensated SS value shows the voltage sag compensation capability of the each proposed controller under different fault types and load conditions. In case 1, performance of DVR with proposed fuzzy logic controller has the sag score 0.5056pu observed at sensitive load before compensation. It indicates 50%…

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  • What Is Fault Tolerant Computing?

    system reliability, resources left for energy management schemes are somewhat reduced [3]. A. Energy Awareness Since processors consume considerable energy in most systems, many techniques have been proposed to decrease energy consumption for them. For CMOS based processors, the power consumption is dominated by dynamic power dissipation, which is quadratically related to supply voltage and linearly related to processing frequency [4]. Besides, the processing frequency also has an almost…

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