Electrical Notes


Notes on Electrical Engineering:

All Notes ,Calculations & Abstracts are Based on Some Electrical References. All References are mention at end of each Notes.

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Electrical Calculation Sheets:

  1. Calculation of Cable Tray Size
  2. Calculation Short Circuit Current (Base KVA Method)
  3. Calculate Size of Bus bar & Panel Design
  4. Calculate Street Light Pole’s Distance / Fixture Watt / Lighting Area
  5. Calculate No of Street Light Poles
  6. Calculate No of Lighting Fixtures / Lumen for Indoor Lighting
  7. Calculate Size of Capacitor Bank / Annual Saving & Payback Period
  8. Calculate Technical Losses of Transmission / Distribution Line
  9. Calculate Cable Size and Voltage Drop
  10. Calculate IDMT over Current Relay Setting (50/51)
  11. Calculate TC Size & Voltage Drop due to starting of Large Motor
  12. Calculate Size of Contactor, Fuse, C.B, Over Load Relay of DOL Starter
  13. Calculate Voltage Regulation of Distribution Line
  14. Calculate Numbers of Plate/Pipe/Strip Earthings (Part-3)
  15. Calculate Numbers of Plate/Pipe/Strip Earthings (Part-2)
  16. Calculate Numbers of Plate/Pipe/Strip Earthings (Part-1)
  17. Calculate Lightening Protection for Building / Structure
  18. Calculate Voltage drop for Street Light Poles
  19. Calculate Size of Solar Panel
  20. Calculate Cable Trunking Size
  21. Calculate Conduit Size for Wire / Cables
  22. Calculate Size of Diesel Generator Set
  23. Calculate Size of Inverter / Battery Bank
  24. Calculate Size of Main ELCB/ Branch MCB of Distribution Box

Electrical Notes:

  1. Setting of overload, Short circuit & Ground Fault Protection of MCCB (PART-1)
  2. Type of Tripping Mechanism of MCB / MCCB-(Part-2)
  3. Type of Tripping Mechanism of MCB / MCCB-(Part-1)
  4. Type of Light Bulb base & Socket:Part-2
  5. Type of Light Bulb base & Socket:Part-1
  6. How to select MCB / MCCB (Part:3)
  7. How to select MCB / MCCB (Part:2)
  8. How to select MCB / MCCB (Part:1)
  9. What should you know before buying LED Bulbs (Part:3)
  10. What should you know before buying LED Bulbs (Part:2)
  11. What should You know before buying LED Bulb-Part:1
  12. Cable Construction & Cable Selection-Part:4
  13. Cable Construction & Cable Selection-Part:3
  14. Cable Construction & Cable Selection-Part:2
  15. Cable Construction & Cable Selection-Part:1
  16. Electrical Thumb Rule-13
  17. Selection of Surge Protective Device (SPD)- (Part 4)
  18. Selection of Surge Protective Device (SPD)- (Part 3)
  19. Selection of Surge Protective Device (SPD)- (Part 2)
  20. Selection of Surge Protective Device (SPD)- (Part 1) 
  21. Various Routine Test of Power Transformer-(Part-4)
  22. Various Routine Test of Power Transformer-(Part-3)
  23. Various Routine Test of Power Transformer-(Part-2)
  24. Various Routine Test of Power Transformer-(Part-1)
  25. Selection for Street Light Luminar-(PART-5)
  26. Selection for Street Light Luminar-(PART-4)
  27. Selection for Street Light Luminar-(PART-3)
  28. Selection for Street Light Luminar-(PART-2)
  29. Selection for Street Light Luminar-(PART-1)
  30. Cable Tray Size as per National Electrical Code-2002. Article 392
  31. Motor Name Plate Terminology
  32. Electrical Thumb Rule-(Part-11)
  33. Electrical Thumbs Rules (Part-10)
  34. Electrical Thumbs Rules (Part-9)
  35. Electrical Thumb Rules-(Part-8)
  36. Electrical Thumb Rules-(Part-7)
  37. Electrical Thumb Rules-(Part-6)
  38. Electrical Thumb Rules-(Part-5)
  39. Electrical Thumb Rules-(Part-4)
  40. Electrical Thumb Rules-(Part-3)
  41. Electrical Thumb Rules (Part-2)
  42. Electrical Thumb Rules-(Part 1).
  43.  IP Rating for Electrical Enclosure
  44. Pirating of Technical Works.
  45. Selection of 3P-TPN-4P MCB & Distribution Board
  46. Total Losses in Power Distribution and Transmission Lines-(Part 2)
  47. Total Losses in Power Distribution & Transmission Lines-(Part 1)
  48. Size and Location of Capacitor in Electrical System-(Part 2)
  49. Size and Location of Capacitor in Electrical System-(Part1)
  50. Difference between Unearthed Cable & Earthed Cables
  51. Over Current Relay(Type-Application-Connection)
  52. Types and Revolution of Electrical Relays
  53. Abstract of over current Protection of Transformer (NEC 450.3)
  54. Difference between Bonding, Grounding and Earthing
  55. Safety Clearance for Transformer
  56. Safety Clearance for Electrical Panel
  57. Electrical Safety Clearance (Part-6)
  58. Electrical Safety Clearance (Part-5)
  59. Electrical Safety Clearance (Part-4)
  60. Electrical Safety Clearance (Part-3)
  61. Electrical Safety Clearance (Part-2)
  62. Electrical Safety Clearance (Part-1)
  63. Impact of Floating Neutral in Power Distribution
  64. Parallel Operation of Transformer
  65. Vector Group of Transformer
  66. Auto Transformer Connection
  67. Scott-T Connection of Transformer
  68. Zig-zag Connection of Transformer
  69. Star-Delta Connection of Transformer
  70. Delta-Star Connection of Transformer
  71. Delta-Delta Connection of Transformer
  72. Star-Star Connection of Transformer
  73. Insulation Resistance (IR) Values of Electrical Equipments
  74. Star-Delta Starter
  75. Direct On Line Starter
  76. Effects of High Voltage Transmission Lines on Humans and Plants
  77. Analysis the Truth behind Household Power Savers
  78. Types of Neutral Earthing in Power Distribution Systems
  79. EHV/HV Cable Sheath Earthing
  80. Abstract of NEC:430 for Size of Cable for Single or Group of Motors
  81. HIPOT Testing
  82. What is Earthing
  83. Abstract of National Electrical Code for Transformer’s Protection
  84. Guideline to Design Electrical Network for Building / Small Area.
  85. Demand Factor-Diversity Factor-Utilization Factor-Load Factor
  86. Working Principle of ELCB and RCB
  87. Single Earthed Neutral and Multi Earthed Neutral.
  88. Type of Electrical Power Distribution systems
  89. Type of Cable Tray.
  90. 11KV/415V Overhead Line Specification as per REC
  91. Sub Station Abstracts
  92. Tampering Methods of Electrical Energy Meter.
  93. Specification for Re wirable Cut Out Fuse Unit
  94. Low Voltage and High Voltage Cable Testing
  95. Overload Relay Size & Contactor for Starter
  96. Type of Gland
  97. Gland Size Selection
  98. EHV XLPE – Current Rating
  99. XLPE Cable-Current Rating
  100. PVC Cable-Current Rating
  101. Type & Selection of Fuse
  102. Minimum Electrical Clearance.
  103. Difference between Power Transformer and Distribution Transformer
  104. Type & Selection of Current Transformer
  105. Electrical Clearance in Substation.
  106. Transformer
  107. Minimum Acceptable specification for Metering C.T
  108. Typical Limiting Values of Substation Equipments.
  109. Lighting Arr ester
  110. Standard Makes for Electrical Equipments
  111. Standard Electrical Motor Connections
  112. Power Quality
  113. Ferranti Effect in Transmission Line
  114. What is Corona Effect in Transmission Line 
  115. How Reactive Power helpful to maintain a System Healthy
  116. Automatic Power Factor Correction
  117. Harmonics and It’s Effects
  118. HID Lamps
  119. Types of Overhead Conductors
  120. Difference Between  MCB/MCCB/ELCB/RCCB
  121. Vibration Damper in Transmission Line
  122. Electrical Energy Saving Tips

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  14. Mboga Ratego says:

    I have a 500kVA generator supplying 33kV line with a distance of 55km, The line has 7 transformers at the receiving i.e 55 km from the generator station, the problem is that this system has refused to work, it trips after every 3 hours, What could be the problem with this arrangement,The voltage is too high at the receiving going upto 255V for single phase, attempts to transpose the line has also failed to work

  15. can u give me UPS sizig and BBank sizing calculation

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  21. mansoor says:

    Hello Sir

    Thank u very much for uploading these information, can u upload UPS Selection and cable selection for UPS and Cable/ Copper strip size for UPS Neutral earthing? and some important information about electrical design for distribution side of IT, Residential & Commercial buildings.

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  24. sir please i really need the current transformer notes but i can,t acess on that notes so can you help me about that.
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  33. joseph says:

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      • Sivakumar says:

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  62. kalesh says:

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  63. GAYA3 says:

    Sir can you help me to design a Current Transformer with basic requirements and the necessary calculation for designing it, with a best example…. i’m inreal need for the info. please help me….

    with regards,


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  66. Pravin mali says:

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  68. mwadym says:

    Dear Expert,
    what is the effect of power cable laid in looping?

  69. vishal mullewar says:

    sir can you please provide some information about Transformer differential protection , stability , sensitivity of transformer differential relay, HV REF /LV REF stability & sensitivity.

  70. rahul says:

    Sir would you please give notes about Load choking..?

  71. m.uthandaraman says:

    there are very usful to many peoples who interested in electrical.. i have many douts.., in that one dout is.

    why we considered per unit impedance during the calculation of transformers operated in parallel? and its uses? give some exambles how the load divide depends upon their p.u impedance value of the transformers?

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  73. Salinee says:

    this web page is really very interesting. Sir, can you please provide notes on generators..thanks.

  74. EDWIN RAYER G says:

    how can i find out the loss of transformer in kw

  75. Deepak Agrawal says:

    dear Jigneshji,
    can u provide me with some reactor sizing, for capacitors for hormonics prone area

    i mean, whats 7%, 14% reators, when what specs are to be used and all

  76. Aung Zaw Htun says:

    I want to know how to choose of neutral cable rating

  77. Pankaj says:

    Hello sir,
    it is helpful notes for electrical engineer…pls provided Electrical Testing notes on practical basis..like transformer testing, breaker testing, oLR testing, relay testing, micom relay testing, cable testing, etc. positive response awaited from u..
    thanking you,

  78. eass says:



    I need your reference:
    All manufacturer’s are followed IEC & IEEE standard for design MV switchgear at rated 40 deg. C ambient temperature. However, if ambient temperature increase to 50 deg. C, then How manufacturer should satisfy their clients (Client has been some current rating limitation bus bar as well as CB) technically. Please provide me details

  80. PK Goyal says:

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    I have come across with your articles while looking to solve one of my problems and I seek your wise advise in the matter. We have one tea manufacturing industry near Siliguri in the district of Darjeeling (West Bengal). We have taken up the task of efficient utilisation of electricity by looking into each and every factor affecting the electricity charges viz., contract demand, actual requirement, power factor, load factor, installation of required equipments, earthing, overall electrical wiring etc.etc., We have no idea about these and other factors affecting electric consumption. For this we need your guidance and like to know as to how you can help us or guide us in the matter. This is a business requirement and therefore, it will definitely be on cost basis.
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  81. swaroop says:

    A dought on carbon brushes, can we use commutator carbon brushes to slip ring induction motor.


    Dear Jignesh parmar,

    I am working in 2MW Photovoltanic Solar power plant as Electrical Engineer (O&M), these plant generate power at day time & take power (Import) at night. At night Import power is used for plant lighting only as generation stopped after sunset, At the time of Import power, we have a light load (near about 10KW), due to which our power factor is Low. & Electricity board charge panalty for low power factor. How can i improve power factor to 90-95%.

    Thanks & Regards,
    Leeladhar kashyap

  83. Ramu says:

    what happened for my query dated on 22-10-13

  84. KESAVAN says:


  85. Sukanta Bhowmik says:

    I want to know about tranformer

  86. Rajaram Mahadeo Mane says:

    I want to know about Lighting arresters.

  87. soe tun says:

    I have a problem while downing electrical tools,what should I do then?I want to get all of excels,plz advise me

  88. gaurav says:

    Thank you very much………….
    Information is very helpful for us

  89. Renganathan says:

    Sir I need to know different types of relay operation for protection of transformer

  90. Swapan says:

    Dear Sir,
    I saw almost all of your posts those are very helpful now I request you to post the different cable sizing processes for domestic, commercial & Industrial Electrical works for practical purposes……

    Swapan Kr. Bera, kolkata, West Bengal, India

  91. m says:

    what is need for generating the power are 3.3kv, 6.6kv,11kv,66kv ?

    in terms of form factor why?

    any special in form factor ?

  92. geetha sundar says:

    need for form factor?
    why generating voltage are 6.6,33kv,11kv?

  93. geetha sundar says:

    why our country frequency say as 50hz? any reason
    in others are 60hz … i am totally confused for silly questions

  94. dear sir,
    i want to know abt the windings of cieling fan and complete information about the structure and working of cieling fan

  95. please tell me difference between mcb/mccb/elcb/rccb

  96. P.Koteswar Rao says:

    df/dt settings required please

  97. amirnangial says:

    there is 11kv/230 single phase transformer ,one of secondary conductor is grounded why?

  98. amirnangial says:

    in overhead system, most of fault are single line to ground why?

  99. saisiva says:

    guruji u r great

  100. saisiva says:

    i think in case of over head transmission line probability of failing a line is high compared to probability to fail all line so single line to grnd faults are more

  101. saisiva says:

    sir why should capacitors be placed at 2/3 of feeder length from sending end

  102. faisal says:

    What is power factor sir

  103. Bhaskar Joshi says:

    Dear Jignesh,
    My capacitor bank always showing overload, i have checked all the contactor, fuse, and replace the controller but still the same probelm
    can you please help me what i should do

    thank you for your help


  104. Prasanta Das says:

    Dear Mr. Jignesh,

    I want to know the details about DG Synchronization? can u help me?

  105. Nand Kishor says:

    excellent work sir

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  108. CHHABILA KU SAHOO says:


  109. jayesh.s. chauhan says:

    sir i want to know why always ‘ earth foult realy connected on ‘y’ phase”

  110. Ajay says:

    How to connect cable sheath earthing in case of core balance current transformer? Whether we have to pass it from CBCT or not?

  111. raza says:

    dear what is the LTMR relay ? were using this relay?

  112. manivannan says:

    Kindly forward the difference between thermal magnetic release MCCB and microprocessor based release MCCB

  113. Arabinda Seth says:

    Dear sir I m working for state transmission utility One of our 220/132/33kv grid ss is having lot of system disturbances .there are 11nos 220kv feeders an.d it is connected to hydropower station of 600 mw.it is a one and half breaker system can you suggest any remedies to avoid system disturbances

  114. dass says:


    dear sir how to calculate 3.5 ar alu cable current carrying capacity

  115. sir i need electrical notes daily updates

  116. Gerald says:

    Why ELCB is not advisable for a Motor Control Panel? What is the difference between teh ELR & ELCB?

  117. MPCB is the best one for local control panel

  118. amir says:

    why the relation of voltage and current is inversely proportional in case of transformer?

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  121. Md jawed says:

    Sir ,i have need electrical notes in soft copy ,by post all volume

  122. smutuki says:

    This is good helpful and essential material

  123. nazer says:

    dear sir i hope every thing going well
    i want to know how to connect the 1600 kva transformer to panel?
    if you give me the answer i will great full.

  124. Please also post regarding re-generative Braking system & power return arrangement for Induction Motor which to be used for Dyno.

  125. sreerag ks says:

    good morning sir,
    i just want to know how 4 number of 3.7kw subimersible motor is connected in a generator given supply and how to calculate the kva rating for these motors…that is for 3.7kw motor starting current will be 35A..after that it will require 10A ..so how can we select the suitable generator for this…

  126. SABARIKUMAR R says:

    sir, Does electrical questions also included in the electrical document pdf?

  127. Syenzo says:

    Hello, I love your page. All information very useful. Thank you so much 🙂

  128. vinoth says:

    hi sir what are the precautions needed while testing the earth leakage relay?????

  129. guna says:

    dear sir, A engineering industry have a total connected load is 1400KW , avilable HT supply is 22KV, how to calculate 22KV/415V transformer KVA rating and how to estimate the KVA demand for Electricity board.

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  134. prasad says:

    We have a 5 nos of 1600kv transformer one of conected to emergency panel with generator facility. if there is any issue in emergency panel than triping many area elcb link to emergecy panel please advice.

  135. fawad says:

    nice work, very informative for each person

  136. Veeregowda AH says:

    sir i want electrical all notes with free cost

  137. jayaraj.k says:

    this site is very very useful for every electrical engineers thanks a lot for your post and notes.

  138. Arun KUmar says:

    Dear Sir,
    I am the one of the great fan of yours. I am working as maintenance engineer from past 7 years. I would like request you, to provide more details on electrical maintenance safety and necessary of maintenance for Breakers,MCCB,DG sets Compressor etc… It would be useful for the maintenance persons.

    Thanks & Regards,

    M.Arun Kumar

  139. harendra kumar sharma says:

    Hi sir,
    Please tell me , ” how a reactor will design for 230kvar star grounded capacitor,50Hz,input voltage 11Kv, and the source transformer is 9Mva”
    What will be value ( or configuration) of detuned reactor. Also Please tell me which formula will be used.
    I am waiting your response .


  140. tanzeel says:

    Thanks a lot sir for such a useful information

  141. HARSHIL PATEL says:

    Best site of electrical engineering..

  142. ari says:

    it is very usefull sir .
    but i dont know onething . wt is the formula for making / breaking capacity of contactor .how to find it

  143. rajesh harode says:

    Dear sir
    I like your blogs it is very useful for me
    But my English is not good so help me .
    If you are send me your PDF file in Hindi then I will purchase your file surely.
    So sir pls provede me in Hindi format or if already you wrote in Hindi then send me purchase link because I can’t find .

    Thank you. Rajesh harode

  144. Ajay says:


  145. kalyan says:

    dear sir,

    I like this page. And it is very useful to improve my knowledge.

    Thank you

    M.Kalyan kumar

  146. Ravi kant says:

    . Electrical Energy Saving Tips

  147. Tarun Srivastava says:

    Sir Please help us to understand REF And SEF scheme

  148. fawad says:

    Respected sir, please tell me what is the difference between the above electrical notes serial no 1 to serial no 128 up to transformer & when i shall purchase ($9) from you?

    • fawad says:

      difference between the posted electrical notes serial no.1 – serial no.128 and buy electrical notes.
      sir i am waiting your answer
      with best regards

  149. roopan says:

    i need the use of metering panel and bus sectional panel in 11 kv and above…kindly give me explanation…

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  152. anjan says:

    Very nice description

  153. patrick says:

    need this notes

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  155. jitender says:

    Please tell me, how to read schematic diagram. ………

  156. pandidurai says:

    I want important notes in electrical

  157. md.tausif says:

    Give me Design of sub station in detail and all the equipments use and its function …..sir please

  158. FRANK says:


  159. Than Htun says:

    Dear sir,

    I would like to know IEC over current relay setting range.Please help me. Thank you

  160. Asarudeen Fahad says:


  161. Prashant Kumar Sharma says:


  162. Siva says:

    Sir please send the Electrical rules..1956

  163. anand says:

    dear sir please tell me the correct formula for getting multiplying factor of 3 phase 4 wire trivector electronic meter.

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  165. sanjay prajapati says:

    Hard copy available of material

  166. soumya says:

    hii i like… electric note book

  167. Rakesh Sharma says:

    Dear sir,
    please tell me about the burden of ps class in ct and pt.

  168. Sandip Mehta says:

    Dear Sir,

    Can a generator at a power plant be connected to the grid through a power cable?
    Further, what is the upper limit to the length of a cable used in power distribution?

  169. pinal vaghasiya says:

    Hello sir…
    i am pinal vaghasiya.
    working in electrical consultancy & contractor company.
    & my role as design engineer.
    i need some help..
    i need protection for 1-phase & 3-phase connected load when neutral is cut.
    at that time i am using ELCB & MCB for Protection.
    i need relay or any mechanism that give protection to equipment, when neutral is cut, my MCCB also trip at main power control panel side.

  170. KARTHIKEYAN MC says:

    Dear team members,
    Thanks for the reply, I want these electrical notes as in the type of PDF format, can I get…?

  171. ram says:

    Dear sir,
    please tell me 24DC control bus bar sleeve color code. ?

  172. Kapil Jaysawal says:

    Dear Sir,

    Your site is very benificial for freshers & Trainee….thanks alot…

  173. Dr C Kumar says:

    Dear sir, Let me know about ; Over current protection, Transformer differential
    Protection &Distant protection of transmission line
    numerical relays Relays using static comparators

  174. Kasturi Gurunath Chavan says:

    Dear Sir,
    I am kasturi Chavan from Mumbai I am studing your notes for design. I am enjoining your notes very much.
    Please I want the HVAC design notes for study. Please reply me how i can access form Internet. Please tell me the site of the same.

  175. Raj singh says:

    nice work
    really great job

  176. Danush says:

    Hello Sir
    I m Danish . Could you please tell me about life safety calculation in DiaLux . As I m familiar about DiaLux for normal & emergency calculation , but no idea about life safety . Could u please help me out for the same .


  177. santosh says:

    plz share some idea of TOD meter also and its calculation

  178. Usman Malgadeen says:

    Dear sir,
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  180. imran ali says:

    Dear Sir,
    Please add electrical protection and testing notes.
    What are the full contents if I buy this notes.

  181. dharmaraja says:

    sir, your articles are very nice… i am searching about home electric appliance maintenance details… but i did not get correct circuit diagram…wherever i search. such that washing machine, electric oven, electric cooker, ceiling fan, table fan, food mixer,,grinder, fridge,iron box.i need used motor type and clear circuit diagram with working procedure for motor type appliances. only circuit diagram need for other appliances….


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  183. Ramasubramanian says:


  184. dhinesh kandasamy says:

    what is the conductivity of copper

  185. Ashok says:

    hello sir,

    Please clear my confusion. I want to use a LBS for transformer protection [500 kva]. Fuses are used for over current protection. But what about the under voltage and e/f protection??? How to incorporate these devices in LBS?..

  186. Rahul Hussain says:

    Dear Sir.

    Please explain me what is star delta connection

  187. Jayesh Patel says:


  188. VIJAY SHUKLA says:

    I want to know the effects of ice loadings on cables and conductors and effects. also solutions to save the cables from heavy loadings.

  189. nagendra says:

    if motor have 15HP 21amps but it takes only 14 amps how much rating relay is given to trip the motor

  190. danidhariya milan says:

    how to know current transformer test in LCM

  191. Vamsi Krishna Amara says:

    Dear Sir,

    I have a question that, In EHV Network if the star point of source transformer is operating with solid/ resistance/ impedance grounding then is it necessary that any of the other receiving end transformers also required star point grounding in case of that receiving end transformer’s primary is star connected winding (The winding which is connected in the network).

    In our case we are at receiving end with Star, Star & Tertiary winding transformer, we are experiencing disturbance tripping of HV Side stand-by earth fault during any upstream side faults.

    Hence, we hope to leave the HV Star Point un-grounded to avoid disturbance tripping.

    Please suggest me in this regard.

    Thank you very much in advance.

  192. Ramesh Pindariya says:

    Dear Sir,

    We had discussion about 33kv Telescopic Earth discharge rod, there were question from team that discharge rod cable size must be same current capacity of 33kv line, even there was audit observations for same and they need IS reference for same.

    need guidance for same.

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