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Ground

A customary unit of area approximately equivalent to 203 square meters. It is used in real estate transactions in some parts of India.
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Voltage variation indicating a single-phase to ground fault
Application of a scheme of insulation resistance continuous measurement in a 3-phase network for ground fault location: M - ground fault locator, TK - DC current clamp meter
The Ground Fault Immune gauge runs a unique new power and communication system so that insulation break down caused by ground faults will not short the system.
Equipment such as conveyors, crushers and vibrating screens are susceptible to electrical ground faults due to rock dust, rain, cable abrasion and improper connections.
The comparison of the two phase to ground fault record form the relay and CAPE simulation are shown in numerical values in Table 3 and in graphical representation in figure 3.
Model UATC-20, suitable for hot runners, has electronic setpoint control, output power display, ground fault indicator, and Standby and Boost keys.
Chapters cover generator normal operations, generator short circuit calculations, generator differential relay, backup fault protection, generator ground fault protection, unbalanced current protection, motoring protection, field winding protection, overexcitation, abnormal frequency protection, minimum excitation limiter, loss of synchronism, loss of field protection, synchronization protection, accidental energization protection, and motor protection.
3 CHRISTOF MIGONE, CHRISTOF MIGONE--SOUND VOICE PERFORM (ERRANT BODIES PRESS WITH GROUND FAULT RECORDINGS) A splendid survey of audio work by this Canadian artist.
If not, we may have a mild ground fault that may not seem like a big deal, but within 2 or 3 seconds it becomes a 12 kV phase-to-phase fault not far from our bus, which can cause equipment damage.
The most common electrical hazard on today's construction sites is from ground fault electrical shock.

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