Electric Power Systems

  • 1Electric power distribution — …

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  • 2Electric power transmission — Electric transmission redirects here. For vehicle transmissions, see diesel electric transmission. 400 kV high tension transmission lines near Madrid Electric power transmission or high voltage electric transmission is the bulk transfer of… …

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  • 3Power systems CAD — refers to computer aided design (CAD) software tools that are used to design and simulate complex electrical power systems. Such power systems are typically found in mission critical facilities such as computer data centers, network operations… …

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  • 4Electric Power Steering — (EPS or EPAS) is designed to use an electric motor to reduce effort by providing assist to the driver of a vehicle. Most EPS systems have variable assist, which allows for more assistance as the speed of a vehicle decreases and less assistance… …

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  • 5Electric power control — (Electric) Power Control deals with routing electric power, controlling its quality, and controlling the devices attached to a power line.A number of technologies have evolved for using the power wiring to turn devices attached to the power line… …

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  • 6electric power — ▪ physics       energy generated through the conversion of other forms of energy, such as mechanical, thermal, or chemical energy. Electric energy is unrivaled for many uses, as for lighting, computer operation, motive power, and entertainment… …

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  • 7Electric Power Research Institute — The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) conducts research on issues of interest to the electric power industry in the USA. EPRI is an independent, nonprofit organization funded by the electric utility industry. Although EPRI is primarily a… …

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  • 8Electric power conversion — In electrical engineering, power conversion has a more specific meaning, namely converting electric power from one form to another. This could be as simple as a transformer to change the voltage of AC power, but also includes far more complex… …

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  • 9Electric power grid —   A system of synchronized power providers and consumers connected by transmission and distribution lines and operated by one or more control centers. In the continental United States, the electric power grid consists of three systems the Eastern …

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  • 10Offshore Power Systems — (OPS) was a 1970 joint venture between Westinghouse Electric Company, which constructed nuclear generating plants, and Newport News Shipbuilding and Drydock, which had recently merged with Tenneco, to create floating nuclear power plants at… …

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  • 11Ballard Power Systems — Infobox Company company name = Ballard Power Systems company company type = Public (nasdaq|BLDP, tsx|BLD) company slogan = Power to Change the World foundation = 1979 location = Burnaby, BC key people = Ian A. Bourne, (Chairman), John Sheridan… …

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  • 12Mains power systems — This article includes a list of countries and territories, with the plugs, voltages and frequencies they use for providing electrical power to small appliances and some major appliances. For definitions of terms and further information on each… …

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  • 13Three-phase electric power — This article deals with where, how and why three phase is used. For information on the basic mathematics and principles of three phase, see three phase. Three phase electric power is a common method of alternating current electric power… …

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  • 14Single-phase electric power — In electrical engineering, single phase electric power refers to the distribution of alternating current electric power using a system in which all the voltages of the supply vary in unison. Single phase distribution is used when loads are mostly …

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  • 15History of electric power transmission — In the early days of commercial use of electric power, electric power transmission restricted the distance between generating plant and consumers. Originally generation was with direct current, which could not easily be increased in voltage for… …

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  • 16Two-phase electric power — Two phase electrical power was an early 20th century polyphase alternating current electric power distribution system. Two circuits were used, with voltage phases differing by 90 degrees. Usually circuits used four wires, two for each phase. Less …

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  • 17Split-phase electric power — A split phase electricity distribution system is a 3 wire single phase distribution system, commonly used in North America for single family residential and light commercial (up to about 100 kVA) applications. It is the AC equivalent of the… …

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  • 18American Electric Power — Type Public (NYSE: AEP) S P 500 Component Industry Electric utilities …

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  • 19The Tokyo Electric Power Company — Infobox Company name = The Tokyo Electric Power Company type = Public KK (tyo|9501) foundation = May 1, 1951 location city = Tokyo location country = JPN origins = The Tokyo Electric Light Company, Incorporated (founded in 1889) key people =… …

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  • 20Dynamic demand (electric power) — Dynamic Demand is the name of a semi passive technology for adjusting load demands on an electrical power grid. (It is also the name of an independent not for profit organization in the UK supported by a charitable grant from the Esmée Fairbairn… …

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