Category: Power System

Kelvins law

Kelvin's Law in Power System

Kelvin's Law in Power System Kelvins Law: The most economical area of conductor is that for which the total annual cost of transmission line is minimum. This is called as kelvins law after Lord...

Grid System Advantages

Interconnected Grid system advantages The function of generating station is to provide power to a large number of consumers. But consumers power requirement will vary as per their activities. Due to this variation in...

Economics of Power Generation

Introduction - Economics of Power Generation: The art of finding out the cost production of electrical energy per unit (1kwh) is known as Economics of Power Generation. Efforts should be made to achieve over all economy...

Tidal Power plant: Operation, Pros, cons,

Tidal Power Plant Tutorial Tidal Power Plant - An Introduction The first tidal power plant in the world is installed in France in the year of 1965.It has a power of 240MW. In india,...

Skin Effect, Ferranti Effect Tutorial

Introduction to Skin Effect and Ferranti Effect Skin Effect: Basics, Causes, Factors, Reduction When a conductor carries steady current ie, direct current the current density throughout that conductor will be uniform. But while AC...

Types of Electrical Relays

Types of Electrical Relays: In this post will see a brief understanding of various types of electrical relays. What is relay? why is it required in the Circuit? A relay is a device that...