fault voltage


fault voltage
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  • Voltage spike — In electrical engineering, spikes are fast, short duration electrical transients in voltage (voltage spikes), current (current spike), or transferred energy (energy spikes) in an electrical circuit.Fast, short duration electrical transients… …   Wikipedia

  • Fault (power engineering) — A fault is any abnormal situation in an electrical system in which the electrical current may or may not flow through the intended part/s.Fault is a condition when the current or voltage in any circuit do not flow in the same phase. in other… …   Wikipedia

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  • Transient Recovery Voltage — A transient recovery voltage (or TRV) for high voltage circuit breakers is the voltage that appears across the terminals after current interruption. It is a critical parameter for fault interruption by a high voltage circuit breaker, its… …   Wikipedia

  • Extra-low voltage — IEC voltage range AC DC defining risk High voltage (supply system) > 1000 Vrms > 1500 V electrical arcing Low voltage (supply system) 25–1000 Vrms 60–1500 V electrical shock Extra low voltage (supply system) < 25 V …   Wikipedia

  • Symmetric fault — In power engineering, specifically three phase power, a symmetric, symmetrical or balanced fault is a fault which affects each of the three phases equally. In transmission line faults, roughly 5% are symmetric. This is in contrast to an… …   Wikipedia

  • High voltage switchgear — is any switchgear used to connect or disconnect a part of a high voltage power system. These switchgear are essential elements for the protection and safe operation, without interruption, of a high voltage power system. This type of equipment is… …   Wikipedia

  • High-voltage direct current — HVDC or high voltage, direct current electric power transmission systems contrast with the more common alternating current systems as a means for the bulk transmission of electrical power. The modern form of HVDC transmission uses technology… …   Wikipedia

  • Asymmetric fault — In power engineering, specifically three phase power, an asymmetric or unbalanced fault is a fault which does not affect each of the three phases equally. This is in contrast to a symmetric fault, where each of the phases is affected equally. In… …   Wikipedia

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