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Hard to Find Info About Distribution Systems

Hard to Find Info About Distribution Systems

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ABB Tips and Tricks about Distributions Systems
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ABB Inc.Consulting940 Main Campus DriveRaleigh, NC 27606August 28, 2002
5th E DITION
ABB Inc.
HARD TO FIND INFORMATIONABOUT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
James BurkeExecutive ConsultantPhone: (919) 856-3311Fax: (919) 807-5060
jim.j.burke@us.abb.comdistjimb@aol.com
Price: $10.00 (USD)
 
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Table of Contents
I. PREFACE.............................................................................................................................................................1II. SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS AND PROTECTION....................................................................................2
A. I
NTRODUCTION
.....................................................................................................................................................2B. F
AULT
L
EVELS
.......................................................................................................................................................2C. L
OW
I
MPEDANCE
F
AULTS
......................................................................................................................................3D. H
IGH
I
MPEDANCE
F
AULTS
.....................................................................................................................................3E. S
URFACE
C
URRENT
L
EVELS
...................................................................................................................................4F. R
ECLOSING AND
I
NRUSH
.......................................................................................................................................4G. C
OLD
L
OAD
P
ICKUP
..............................................................................................................................................5H. C
ALCULATION OF
F
AULT
C
URRENT
.......................................................................................................................6I. R
ULES FOR
A
PPLICATION OF
F
USES
.......................................................................................................................7J. C
APACITOR
F
USING
..............................................................................................................................................8K. C
ONDUCTOR
B
URNDOWN
......................................................................................................................................9L. D
EVICE
N
UMBERS
...............................................................................................................................................10M. P
ROTECTION
A
BBREVIATIONS
............................................................................................................................11N. S
IMPLE
C
OORDINATION
R
ULES
...........................................................................................................................13O. L
IGHTNING
C
HARACTERISTICS
............................................................................................................................13P. A
RC
I
MPEDENCE
..................................................................................................................................................14
III. TRANSFORMERS..........................................................................................................................................15
A. S
ATURATION
C
URVE
...........................................................................................................................................15B. I
NSULATION
L
EVELS
............................................................................................................................................15C.
-Y T
RANSFORMER
B
ANKS
................................................................................................................................16D. T
RANSFORMER
L
OADING
....................................................................................................................................16
IV. INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS...............................................................................................................18
A. T
WO
T
YPES
........................................................................................................................................................18B. A
CCURACY
.........................................................................................................................................................18C. P
OTENTIAL
T
RANSFORMERS
................................................................................................................................18D. C
URRENT
T
RANSFORMER
....................................................................................................................................19E. H-C
LASS
.............................................................................................................................................................19F. C
URRENT
T
RANSFORMER
F
ACTS
.........................................................................................................................19G. G
LOSSARY OF
T
RANSDUCER
T
ERMS
...................................................................................................................21
V. RULES OF THUMB FOR UNIFORMLY DISTRIBUTED LOADS...............................................................23VI. CONDUCTORS AND CABLES.......................................................................................................................24
A. C
ONDUCTOR
C
URRENT
R
ATING
..........................................................................................................................24B. F
ACTS ON
D
ISTRIBUTION
C
ABLE
.........................................................................................................................24C. I
MPEDANCE OF
C
ABLE
.........................................................................................................................................25
VII. DSG GENERAL REQUIREMENTS...........................................................................................................26VIII. DANGEROUS LEVELS OF CURRENT......................................................................................................27IX. CAPACITOR FORMULAS..............................................................................................................................28X. EUROPEAN PRACTICES................................................................................................................................30
A. P
RIMARY
.............................................................................................................................................................30B. R
ELAYS
...............................................................................................................................................................30

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