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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Free Tutorial on Fuses and Circuit Breaker

Free download of electrical protection topics
Ferroresonance, Power Quality , Fault arcs on busbar sets and switchboards , EMC: electromagnetic compatibility , Calculations for LV and HV networks , Extra losses caused in high current conductors by skin and proximity effects , Calculation of short-circuit currents , Electronic starters and variable speed drives

Electrical protection and its function

General rules of electrical installation design, Connection to the MV utility distribution network, Connection to the LV utility distribution network, MV & LV architecture selection guide, LV Distribution, Protection against electric shocks, Sizing and protection of conductors, LV switchgear: functions & selection, Protection against voltage surges in LV, Energy Efficiency in electrical distribution, Power factor correction and harmonic filtering, Harmonic management, Characteristics of particular sources and loads, Residential and other special locations

What is a circuit breaker and fuses
Designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by overload or short circuit. interrupting the current. The arc must be either kept limited or extinguished at the earliest in order not to damage the contacts.

How Circuit Breaker works?
circuit breaker's function ,Thermal Circuit Breakers,Thermal/Magnetic Breakers: ,Electrical disturbances in LV ,Calculation of short-circuit currents ,Electrodynamic forces on busbars in LV systems ,Electric motors, and how to improve their control and protection ,Power supply of lighting circuits ,Analysis of three-phase networks in disturbed operating conditions using symmetrical components , Overvoltages and insulation coordination in MV and HV ,Lightning and HV electrical installations, Dynamic stability of industrial electrical networks

European and Japanese Fuses

Resistance Measurements
Three- and Four-Point Method, Test Methods, Four-Point Resistance Measurements, Ohmmeter measurements are normally made with just a two-point measurement method., The four-point resistance measurement method eliminates lead resistance. Instruments based on the four-point, measurement work on the following principle

Selection procedure
Overvoltage types and sources, Internal overvoltages, inductive load switching, arcing, direct coupling with higher voltage potential, mutual inductive or capacitive interference between circuits, electrostatic charge, External overvoltages, Principle of protection and characteristic impedance

Circuit Breaker Operation
how a conventional thermal/magnetic circuit breaker works.Current flowing through the circuit heats the bimetal current sensor.

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