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Difference between Traditional Power Grid and Smart Grid

tradition grid vs smart grid

The traditional power grid is basically the interconnection of various power systems elements such as synchronous machines, power transformers, transmission lines, transmission substations, distribution lines, distribution substations, and different types of loads. They are located far from the power consumption area and electric power is transmitted through long transmission lines. …

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Double Subscript Notation in Single Phase System

In single phase electric power, the double-subscript notation eliminates the need for both the polarity markings for voltages and direction arrows for currents. It is even more useful for representing voltages and currents in three-phase circuits, resulting in greater clarity and less confusion. Voltage Phasor The voltage phasor with double …

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Three Phase Delta Connection: Three Phase Power,Voltage,Current

Delta Connection In Delta connection, phase sides are connected in a cyclical arrangement in order to make a closed loop as shown in figure 1. As far as line and phase currents are concerned, they are related to each other as: ${{\text{I}}_{\text{line}}}\text{=}\sqrt{\text{3}}{{\text{I}}_{\text{phase}}}$ Which means that whatever supply current we have, …

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