A Balancing Act: Tools and Considerations to Keep Voltage in Line

Eckles, Steve
July 2005
Utility Automation & Engineering T&D;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p72
Discusses the principles underlying voltage unbalance in electric power distribution. Impact of voltage unbalance on the susceptibility of polyphase motors to overheating and increased vibration; Factors causing voltage unbalance; Techniques involved in balancing feeder loads.


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