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Circuit Breaker

A circuit breaker is a type of switch that is designed to interrupt the flow of nominal, abnormal, or fault current. Whenever a high magnitude … Read more

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Symmetrical & Unsymmetrical Faults

Two common types of faults encountered in power systems are symmetrical and unsymmetrical, each with distinct characteristics and implications for system operation and protection. When … Read more

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Symmetrical Components

The method of symmetrical components simplifies the analysis of unbalanced three-phase power systems under normal and abnormal conditions. This method simplifies the problems of unbalanced … Read more

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Sequence Impedance

The sequence impedance of a power system is crucial in understanding how the system behaves under asymmetrical fault conditions. The system’s performance can be determined … Read more

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Circuit Breaker Ratings

The ratings of a circuit breaker are determined based on the duties it is designed to perform. For a comprehensive understanding of the specifications, standard … Read more