India has a third largest electricity producer and consumer all over the world so in India electrical engineers have a more responsible to reliability of power system, quality of power and uninterrupted power supply to consumer. In any power system there is a three important pillar i.e. Generation, Transmission and Distribution so in this article… Continue reading Electrical Power Statistics in INDIA- a summary
Electric Current is not flow in electrical circuit only charge flow from negative terminal to positive terminal, and we assume that current flow in the circuit from positive terminal to negative terminal. Electrical current flow due to only potential difference. In three pin plug earth pin is thicker and longer to provide the low resistance… Continue reading Interesting facts which is known to only Electrical Engineers
Capacitor is an electrostatic energy storage device, Capacitance depends upon the area of plates and inversely proportional to the distance between them. C= KA/d Types of Capacitor: Fixed Capacitor Polarised Capacitor Varying Capacitor Capacitor Behaviour for DC & AC Supply: For DC Circuit: In given circuit Firstly capacitor connect in series to a lamp load,… Continue reading Capacitor- an application
Electricity has played very important role in life of every human being, everybody wants to uninterrupted, smooth and clean electricity in our society but no one can be support to electrical utilisation companies for this work. Now a days as you have seen that everyone suffer from the fluctuations in supply system, these disturbance depends… Continue reading Is 49.9 Hz frequency is permissible instead of 50 Hz in Electrical System?
Renewable Energy is non-polluted source of energy which is monitor in INDIA under the MNRE- Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of INDIA established at 1992 and India becomes a first country to set up ministry for renewable energy in all over the world. Mr. Piyush Goel, a cabinet minister is currently Head of MNRE.… Continue reading Renewable Energy in INDIA – An Overview
Q-01: What is the full form of KVAR? Ans- We know there are three types of power in Electrical as Active, apparent & reactive. So KVAR is stand for 'Kilo Volt Amps' with Reactive component. Q-02: What is the difference between Isolators and electrical Circuit Breakers? Ans - Isolators are mainly for switching purpose under normal… Continue reading 12 Most asked Interview Questions in Power System
The area of science and technology is rapidly changing with new technologies getting introduced every other day. In order to keep the student community up to date with the latest technological innovations, it is mandatory to provide them with sufficient practical experience with such technologies. However, updating lab facilities in every institute with each… Continue reading Virtual Labs: Recent Trends in Engineering Laboratories in INDIA
Power Quality- According to definition of power quality given in IEEE standard, “Power quality is the concept of powering and grounding sensitive equipment in a matter that is suitable to the operation of that equipment.” According to Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) standard IEEE 1100 defines power quality as “the concept of powering… Continue reading Power Quality: An Introduction