Details of a distribution transformer, Electrical Engineering

Electrical network details:

1          single line diagrams with conductor sizes, transformer locations, consumer location, lengths, capacitors, and load, etc.,

2          parameters of equipment, devices and conductors, and

3          load data such as peak load, diversity factor, power factor and etc.

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Figure: Details of a Distribution Transformer

•          LT network

1          section length,

2          conductor size of each section,

3          connected load for each group of consumer,

4          number of consumers in each group, and

5          total connected load on the transformer.

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