Electrical Grid

Definition: The electrical grid or power grid is defined as the network which interconnects the generation, transmission, and distribution unit. It supplies the electrical power from generating unit to the distribution unit. A large amount of power is transmitted from the generating station to the load center at 220kV or higher. The network form by these high voltage lines is called the super grid. The super grid feeds the sub-transmission network operating at 132kV or less. Types of Electrical Grid The power station of the grid is located near the…

Electric Circuits By Peter Silvester

Introduction A new title in the Foundation of Engineering series for first-year undergraduate engineers. This book covers all of the electric circuit theory required by most electrical and other engineering courses at this level. Its carefully structured programmed approach makes it suitable for use in self-paced learning.