Why We Use Variable Frequency Drive

Variable Frequency Drive is a common device in electrical work. I am responsible for several motor with different machinery in my factory and almost 65% of motor having own Inverter and 5% of motor are having share Inverter that means one Inverter can control two motor at a same time. Now come to the point, “Why we use Inverter or VFD?” In this post I am going to discuss all about it. So let’s go. Why We Use Variable Frequency Read More …

Underground Power Distribution System

Now a day much new electric power distribution system is underground. It’s true that underground distribution system is much more hidden from view than typical overhead circuits system and it is more reliable. All type of power cables, connectors and installation equipment have advanced considerably in the last quarter of the 20th century and making underground distribution installations faster with less expensive. Underground Power Distribution System With Details: Yes, under-grounding power distribution system is the replacement of overhead cables is providing the electrical Read More …

Overhead Electric Line Construction

In this post I will discuss about one of the important parts of electrical power transmission and distribution and it is about the “Overhead Line”. I already postdated couple of article about electrical transmission and distribution. If you want you can have a look on it. Now come to the point. At first what is the “Overhead Power Line?” Generally an overhead electrical power line is a structure and it use for electric power transmission and distribution system and it transmit electrical energy or power for large distances Read More …

Primary Power Distribution Configurations

A distribution circuits may come in many types of different configurations with different circuit lengths and sector of use. But most of them share many common characteristics. Generally an electric feeder is one of the circuits or line out from the substation. No problem, I am going to give you a video link where you will find a grid distribution substation. Primary Power Distribution: The mains or mainline incoming feeder is the three phase backbone of the electrical circuit. The Read More …

How to Start and Stop Waukesha Gas Generator?

In my last factory there were two Waukesha GAS generators. It was my responsibility to keep two generators active for 24/7. Because, it is the only power source for our factory.  Our two Waukesha GAS generators alternator model number was MTG 846, KVA 1125, KW 900, PF 0.8, Voltage 415, AMPS 1565, Hz 50, RPM 1000 and Phase 3. These two generators were synchronized by a synchronizer. In this post I will discuss how start and stop a Waukesha gas Read More …