MOTOR-GENERATOR (M-G) SET FOR IMPROVED RIDE-THROUGH

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Motor-Generator (M-G) set is basically a combination of a motor and generator, although it is physically different from an ordinary electric motor that is attached to a separate generator. It has many practical functions that generally involve converting voltage, frequency and phase of power. However, this post will focus on its power quality applications, as it is a mature technology used for isolating sensitive and critical loads from voltage sags and interruptions. Also, it is available in various sizes and configurations to suit different purposes.

EMTP-RV: REFERENCE FOR POWER SYSTEM TRANSIENTS

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

EMTP-RV is a powerful and dedicated software for the simulation and analysis of transients in power systems. It provides an extensive variety of system modeling capabilities covering electromagnetic and electromechanical oscillations ranging in duration from microseconds to seconds. EMTP-RV is the most comprehensive analysis and simulation program for power system transients.

ISOLATION TRANSFORMERS AGAINST NOISE AND TRANSIENTS

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Isolation Transformer is a special type of transformer, wherein the primary and secondary windings are physically separated through a so-called double insulation. Also, an isolation transformer with electrostatic shields is commonly employed as power supplies for sensitive devices like computers, laboratory measurement instruments and medical equipment.

JOSEPH HENRY – ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING MASTER OF THE MONTH

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Joseph Henry (1797-1878) was born near Albany, New York. His ambition was to become an actor until by chance at the age of 16 he happened to read a book of science, which caused him to devote his life to the acquisition of knowledge. That event turns out to be the beginning of Henry’s rise as the leading American scientist after Benjamin Franklin and until Willard Gibbs.

ESD OR ANTISTATIC WRIST STRAP

Sunday, October 2, 2011

ESD or Antistatic Wrist Strap is a protective device worn by personnel while working on sensitive electronic components in order to safely direct static electricity from their body to ground, and avoid equipment damage. This is because the antistatic wrist strap can avert the accumulation of static electricity, which can eventually lead to an electrostatic discharge.

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I am an Electrical Engineer with a Masters Degree in Business Administration. My interest is in Power Quality and Protective Relaying. I have been working in an electric distribution utility for about seven years now as a Planning & Design Engineer. I handle PQ studies, power system analysis and capital budgeting for company projects.