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Spring Creek Road, Dunollie, West Coast
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Solid Energy: Closed mine not another Pike Solid Energy: Closed mine not another Pike Published: 5:16AM Tuesday February 21, 2012 Source: ONE News State-owned Solid Energy says workers at its Spring Creek mine were never in danger despite the mine being closed because of safety concerns. The Department of Labour shut down the mine, about 10km outside of Greymouth, after three incidents in the last two weeks.
Commission Hearings - pikeriver.royalcommission.govt.nz Commission Hearings - pikeriver.royalcommission.govt.nz Phases There are four phases to the Pike River Royal Commission’s inquiries and the Commission will hold public hearings in relation to each of them: Phase One: ContextPhase Two: Search and RescuePhase Three: What happened at Pike RiverPhase Four: Policy Aspects Timetable The timetable for the Pike River Royal Commission hearings is as follows: Phase One – Context
What is a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)? How Does a VFD Work? (Part 2) What is a VFD? (Part 1) By: Dave Polka Part 2 How Drive Changes Motor Speed What is a Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)? How Does a VFD Work? (Part 2)
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Types of Neutral Earthing in Power Distribution: Introduction: In the early power systems were mainly Neutral ungrounded due to the fact that the first ground fault did not require the tripping of the system. An unscheduled shutdown on the first ground fault was particularly undesirable for continuous process industries. These power systems required ground detection systems, but locating the fault often proved difficult. Although achieving the initial goal, the ungrounded system provided no control of transient over-voltages.A capacitive coupling exists between the system conductors and ground in a typical distribution system. Types of Neutral Earthing in Power Distribution « Electrical Notes & Articals Types of Neutral Earthing in Power Distribution « Electrical Notes & Articals
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A typical earthing electrode (left of gray pipe), consisting of a conductive rod driven into the ground, at a home in Australia. Many electrical codes specify that earthing wires must be a certain color, to mitigate wiring errors. In electrical engineering, ground or earth can refer to the reference point in an electrical circuit from which voltages are measured, a common return path for electric current, or a direct physical connection to the Earth. For measurement purposes, the Earth serves as a (reasonably) constant potential reference against which other potentials can be measured. Ground (electricity) Ground (electricity)
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Power line communication Power-line communication (PLC) carries data on a conductor that is also used simultaneously for AC electric power transmission or electric power distribution to consumers. It is also known as power-line carrier, power-line digital subscriber line (PDSL), mains communication, power-line telecommunications, or power-line networking (PLN). A wide range of power-line communication technologies are needed for different applications, ranging from home automation to Internet access which is often called broadband over power lines (BPL). Most PLC technologies limit themselves to one type of wires (such as premises wiring within a single building), but some can cross between two levels (for example, both the distribution network and premises wiring). Typically transformers prevent propagating the signal, which requires multiple technologies to form very large networks. Power line communication
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