OXTO Energy: A New Generation of Flywheel Energy Storage

INERTIA DRIVE (ID) THE NEXT GENERATION FLYWHEEL The Inertia Drive technology is based on the flywheel mechanical battery concept that stores kinetic energy in the form of a rotating mass. Our innovations focus on design, assembly and manufacturing process. Solar and wind power only produce when the wind is blowing or the sun is shining.Continue reading “OXTO Energy: A New Generation of Flywheel Energy Storage”

What is Cable Testing and How is Cable Testing Done?

Published by Carelabs (Carelabz) Cabling is an expensive business and must be treated carefully. The expenditure of substitution once the routes are all concealed is bigger. The fault is not always visible like crushing, bending or kinking. Make sure that your cabling installer have made provision to protect installed cabling from other worker’s actions. ThisContinue reading “What is Cable Testing and How is Cable Testing Done?”

Proposal for Defining Voltage Dip-Related Responsibility Sharing at a Point of Connection

Published by S. Bhattacharyya1, S. Cobben2, & W. Kling, Electrical Engineering Department, Eindhoven University of Technology, 5600 MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands.E-mails: s.bhattacharyya@tue.nl1; sharmirb@yahoo.com2 Published in IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution. Received on 24th May 2011 – Revised on 29th February 2012, doi: 10.1049/iet-gtd.2011.0801 Abstract Modern customers use many electronics devices that are quite sensitive toContinue reading “Proposal for Defining Voltage Dip-Related Responsibility Sharing at a Point of Connection”

Survey on Voltage Improvement

Published by Raghawendra Sharan Mishra, Student, Department of Instrumentation & Control, Maharana Pratap College of Technology, Gwalior, India. Mr. Prasant Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Maharana Pratap College of Technology, Gwalior, India. IJSRD – International Journal for Scientific Research & Development | Vol. 5, Issue 09, 2017 | ISSN (online): 2321-0613 Abstract PowerContinue reading “Survey on Voltage Improvement”

How And Why Do We Need To Conduct Electrical Safety Testing

Published by Carelabs (Carelabz) Making a product “safe” requires an understanding of the “hazards” that exist in each electrical product. Certain potential hazards are inborn in all electrical products because of the manner in which they are powered and how they perform their intended functions. Even though a product requires an electrical power source and usesContinue reading “How And Why Do We Need To Conduct Electrical Safety Testing”

Section 4: System Voltage Considerations

Published by Bill Brown, P.E., Square D Engineering Services. Basic Principles The selection of system voltages is crucial to successful power system design. Reference [1] lists the standard voltages for the United States and their ranges. The nominal voltages from [1] are given in table 4-1. As can be seen, ANSI C84.1-1989 divides system voltagesContinue reading “Section 4: System Voltage Considerations”

Effects of Voltage Sags, Swell and other Disturbances on Electrical Equipment and their Economic Implications

Published by Norbert EDOMAH, Industrial Co-ordinator, Institute for Industrial Technology (IIT), Lagos, Nigeria. E-mail: ncedomah@yahoo.co.uk Published in CIRED 20th International Conference on Electricity Distribution, Prague, 8 -11 June 2009. ABSTRACT Poor power quality has come to stay in most parts of the world. In most part of Africa, especially in Nigeria, it is almost normalContinue reading “Effects of Voltage Sags, Swell and other Disturbances on Electrical Equipment and their Economic Implications”

Power Quality Issues, Problems, Standards & Their Effects in Industry with Corrective Means

Published by S.Khalid, Email: saifonline@rediffmail.com, & Dr. Bharti Dwivedi, Email: bharti_dwivedi@yahoo.com, Department of Electrical Engineering, I.E.T., Lucknow, India. International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology, May 2011. ©IJAET ISSN: 2231-1963 ABSTRACT Latest innovative ideas to make the life easier using the technology depends upon the application of power electronics in turn about power quality.Continue reading “Power Quality Issues, Problems, Standards & Their Effects in Industry with Corrective Means”

Summary of U.S. Distribution System Power Quality Levels

Published by D. D. Sabin, Email: dsabin@electrotek.com D. L. Brooks, Email: dbrooks@electrotek.com Electrotek Concepts, Inc., 409 North Cedar Bluff Road, Suite 500, Knoxville, Tennessee 37923-3605, United States A. Sundaram, Email: asundara@epri.com S. Bhatt, Email: sbhatt@epri.com Electric Power Research Institute, 3412 Hillview Avenue, Palo Alto, California 94304-1395, United States Abstract The Distribution System Power Quality ProjectContinue reading “Summary of U.S. Distribution System Power Quality Levels”