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    Michigan power generation

    190715-1520 EDT

    Ran across this interesting discussion:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_power_stations_in_Michigan

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  2. Thread: Dimming complaints

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    190715-1107 EDT nickelec: If everything is...

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    nickelec:

    If everything is underground, and if you know where the transformer is, then poke the screwdriver in close to the transformer.

    Since we have this complication, then...
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    190715-1031 EDT nickelec: What I am...

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    nickelec:

    What I am suggesting is go to the pole transformer pole, and you will find a wire coming down the pole that attaches to a ground rod at the pole. This is the rod I am...
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    190715-1024 EDT nickelec: Those are...

    190715-1024 EDT

    nickelec:

    Those are significant voltage changes. But you have to do some correlation with what is happening in the home or elsewhere. That is why you do your own controlled...
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    190715-0957 EDT All the wires from the power...

    190715-0957 EDT

    All the wires from the power company transformer to the main panel input terminals are likely the same material and size, and thus each has the same resistance. If an overhead line...
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    190714-2352 EDT nickelec: You need a DVM...

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    nickelec:

    You need a DVM with at least 0.1 V resolution on a range that reads 120 V. Usually called a 3 1/2 digit meter. In some ways a 4 1/2 digit meter is too much resolution....
  7. Thread: NYC power outage

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    190714-2202 EDT An added comment not related...

    190714-2202 EDT

    An added comment not related directly to the NYC problem.

    Our shop is getting a new (replacement) substation. This is about 1/2 mile away from the shop, and about 1 mile from...
  8. Thread: NYC power outage

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    190714-1945 EDT The reporting on this problem...

    190714-1945 EDT

    The reporting on this problem is interesting.

    It has been said that about 70,000 customers lost power. I am not in the power industry and have little knowledge about it. But...
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    190713-0940 EDT charlie b: My guess --- it...

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    charlie b:

    My guess --- it is to provide reasonably good earthing of conductive parts of the manhole to local earth. Thus, leakage current to these conductive parts would be...
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    190712-1415 EDT paulengr: You are making...

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    paulengr:

    You are making something simple look complicated. Don't bring in extraneous factors.

    Again you are mixing counter EMF with current.

    The basic simple factor is...
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    190712-0730 EDT Stevenfyeager: ptonsparky...

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    Stevenfyeager:

    ptonsparky gave you a good answer, you need to know current changes.

    I can not understand your question or layout. Also you need to paragraph your writing.
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    190711-0846 EDT paulengr: That is an...

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    paulengr:

    That is an incorrect statement.

    Torque is proportional to current for a constant magnetic field in which that current is flowing. It is true that if a servo spindle...
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    190710-1948 EDT paulengr: A true RMS...

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    paulengr:

    A true RMS measurement includes both the DC component and any AC component added to it.

    Most electronic voltmeters labeled "true RMS" only measure the RMS value of...
  14. 190707-1140 EDT This post will get back to a...

    190707-1140 EDT

    This post will get back to a discussion of the first post.

    Neither UL or NEC is a direct connection to how a circuit works. But both are generally, and sometimes very closely...
  15. Thread: voltage drop

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    190706-2104 EDT enireh: I believe you mean...

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    enireh:

    I believe you mean maximum voltage drop, not minimum.

    What is the purpose of your question? Is it will equipment fail? Or does it relate to something like light...
  16. 90706-1709 EDT jaggedben: Assume that you...

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    jaggedben:

    Assume that you uniformly load the bus bars in a panel to 200 A, and feed all this current from one end. Then the source end is hottest defined by 200^2 at that end....
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    190706-1617 EDT mbrooke: It grows very...

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    mbrooke:

    It grows very fast.

    One resistance: one connection.

    Two resistors: A or B or AB parallel or AB series. Four as you said.
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    kwired:

    My mistake in not titling the comment directly to romex jockey. But my post immediately followed his post in sequence.

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    My post #35 had nothing to do with code, or any likely condition, or the original post.

    My post #35 was in response to romex jockey's question in post #34 as to why. I used...
  20. Thread: HOT/NEU Reversal?

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    190706-0940 EDT drcampbell: So far I have...

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    drcampbell:

    So far I have not seen that you have used an extension cord to get some good voltage reference points.

    With an extension cord, an 0.1 V resolution meter on a...
  21. 190756-0757 EDT The reason might be this for...

    190756-0757 EDT

    The reason might be this for example:

    1. A 200 A main panel with a 200 A main breaker.

    2. Main panel bus bars are designed for a maximum of 200 A.

    3. A 200 A breaker from...
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    190704-2331 EDT Jon456: If you are trying...

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    Jon456:

    If you are trying to solve a real world problem, then figure out how to clearly define and ask the question.

    I believe that today most US tungsten incandescent light...
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    190704-2159 EDT Jon456: If your source...

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    Jon456:

    If your source voltage is 120 V and your load requires 120 V as you stated, then you can not tolerate any voltage drop. Any load current will produce some voltage drop,...
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    190704-1958 ECT Jon456: #1 won't solve...

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    Jon456:


    #1 won't solve your problem.


    Would you get 60 V at the load if at 60 V the load required 20 A? #14 copper is about 5 ohms for 2000 feet.
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    190704-1938 EDT Jon456: This was your...

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    Jon456:

    This was your statement

    The voltage drop definition I defined in my post was based on the change in no load to loaded voltage at the load.

    So if your no load...
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