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  • Thermal Mass Flow Meter Supports Feedback Control Loop In Boiler System for Thermal Electric Power Generation
    To meet China's growing need for electric power. generation, the Guohua Ninghai Power Plant has a total planned operating capacity of 4 x 600 MW [Phase 1]. The plant is located south of Shanghai in Ninghai township, Ningbo city, Zhejiang
  • Advanced Flow Meter Technology to the Rescue
    In flue gas treatment operations such as the one at the Kotkan Energia's power plant, liquid flow meters are used to measure the amount of circulation water. This water washes combustion (exhaust) gas and flows through the heat exchangers taking the heat from the exhaust gas. This heat is then used
  • AN1106, Power Factor Correction in Power Conversion Applications Using the dsPIC (R) DSC
    on the electric meter at the consumer'sTwo factors that provide a quantitative measure of the location. It performs the actual work such as creatingpower quality in an electrical system are Power Factor heat, light and motion. Working power is expressed in(PF) and Total Harmonic Distortion (THD). The amount
  • Overheating Electric Motors: One Root Cause of Insulation Failure
    electrical tool belt, the days of the handheld multi-meter and the meg-ohm meter as sole tools in cost effective maintenance is over. Modern on-line technologies permit easy assessment of the whole motor system, which is comprised of the power, motor and load. By focusing on the whole motor
  • Gas and Water Metering with the PIC16F91X Family
    are electricity, water and gas. Water and Gas are measured with very similar systems while electric meters are very unique. Electric meters measure the power consumbed at a customers site. This type of meter is very easy to convert into an electronic version using an MCP3905 single-phase power
  • Technical Article: Voltage Drop In a Facility
    It is expected and accepted (in the U.S.) that there will be a voltage drop of 3 to 5% from the point where the electric utility delivers power to the end user (usually at the meter) to the point within a facility where the electricity is finally consumed in an electrical device (the load). Unlike

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