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Our Innovative Technologies and Building Energy Efficient
  • Building Energy and Implementation
  • Building Energy and Calculation
    • Dimensions
    • Water Heating
    • Space Heating
    • Lighting
    • Building Elements (e.g. floors, walls, roofs, windows etc.)
  • Thermal Insulation Advisory
  • Building Air Pressure Testing
  • Building Thermography
  • Heat Loss Calculations
  • U Value Calculations
  • Passive House Information & Advisory

Our Innovative Technologies and HV (High Voltage) SUBSTATION DESIGN
  • The substation design process includes the following:
    • Civil - Structural design including earthworks,
    • drainage,
    • roads,
    • foundations,
    • bunds,
    • structures,
    • fencing and
    • buildings.

  • Substation Types:
    • there are generally four types of substations
    • there are substations that are a combination of two or more types.
    • Step-up Transmission Substation.
    • Step-down Transmission Substation.
    • Distribution Substation.
    • Underground Distribution Substation.
    • Substation Functions.
    • Substation Equipment.

  • A DC energy:
  • While most devices and consumer electronics rely on AC energy for power,
  • portable substations continue to operate on DC energy.
  • DC supply has been widely used in substations and portable power applications for many years

  • An 132 kV substation:
  • A 132kv Grid Station is that part of power system where high voltage of 132kv is received,
  • stepped down to 11kv and then given to different feeders that feed distribution lines.
  • This whole process is carried out by different parts and equipment".

  • An 11KV substation:
  • 11KV which is deliver by substation is directly given to the HT(high tension) consumer like industrial area.
  • that line known as a primary distribution line.
  • Electrical power from primary distribution line is deliver to the various station.
  • its called distribution station

  • An 220 33kV mean:
  • 220/132/33 kV would be the rated voltages of a power transformer with an incoming 220kV supply
  • and two secondary outputs of 132 kV and 33kV. This is calle.
  • 60/90 MVA refers to two ratings of a power transformer depending on how it is cooled.

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