The shape of the busbars and the thickness of the busbar used. Usually flat bars are used but there is a new technology developed where channel type bars are used which improves the conductivity for the same nominal current
~Shrimant S, Marketing/Sales, Bangalore, India
Pre-engineered and designed busbars from the busbar manufacturers allow for a more precise design of the system ie. modular busbar systems.
~Edwin P, General Manager
Additions of polyester type material as insulation between conductor bars to allow small gaps between phases for lower impedance values.
~David C, General Management, Camberley, UK
A- Better Heat Dissipation. B- Compactness. C- Oil & Gas Sector Application. D- Aluminum Bus bars. E- Sandwich Bus bars.
~Vilas P, General Management, Ras Al Khaima, UAE
Epoxy resin coating for busbar insulation. IP68 busbars for oil and gas applications.
~Deepak A, Quality Control, Ras Al Khaima, U.A.E
The move to hybrid and electric vehicles. Power electronics. Rare earth magnets.
~Bruce O, Design Engineer, Northfield, MN
Low voltage or medium voltage power distribution system.
~Abdul salam A, sales manager electrical department, dammam, saudi Arabia
Fully insulated, indoor and outdoor usage, flexibility.
~dennis C, General Management, singapore, singapore
Resin and concrete casting with the use of aluminium.
~Engineering, Consulting, Ednvale, South Africa
Gas insulated switchgears and busbars, Double busbar
~stanley A, Reliability Engineer (Electrical), Nigeria
Metal-enclosed cast-resin technology is the latest.
~Balakrishnan Nair K, General Manager, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
Moulded or sleeved busbars for compact switchgear.
~Research & Development, salem, India
The use of waterjets to cut intricate shapes.
~Jonathan B, Marketing/Sales, Richmond, IL
Conductor bolted contact area connections.
~MICHEL G, Engineering Consultant, PARIS, FRANCE
Aluminium tube and compression fittings.
~Engineering, Design, Camperdown, Australia
Totally enclosed/encapsulated busbars.
~KV SRIDHAR, Engineering Consultant, BANGALORE, INDIA
Enclosures, supports and environment
~Engineering, Design, NAPIER, New Zealand
Small space, IP 55, fire protected
Exotic materials: Nanotubes, etc.
~Mike L, Research & Development, Lockhart, TX
Mechanical and thermal simulation
~Engineering, Design, sarralbe, France
Mounting arrangements & material
~Veerabhadra S, Design Engineer, bangalore, India
Control via wire-free BUS systems.
~Marketing/Sales, Basildon, United Kingdom
Pulse power, metal price
~Engineering, Other, San Luis Potosi, Mexico
Epoxy laminated poles
~Greg B, Research & Development, Oklahoma City, OK
Resin Cast Busbars
~Sunil P, Marketing/Sales, Pune, India
~suresh S, General Management, chennai, india
~eduard K, Engineering Consultant, Haifa, israel
~Manufacturing, Queanbeyan, Australia
~bright charakupa C, Engineering Consultant, gaborone, IL
~Lou P, Technical Support, Coraopolis, PA