Complex Loads, Power Consumption Measurement and Peak Load Monitoring
Experiments on reducing peak loads through measurements with active-current and maximum-demand meters demonstrate how the load on a mains supply network can be reduced and evenly distributed over a 24-hour period. An analysis of the power supply grid and connected consumers (loads) is necessary for effective use of the measurement techniques involved. Accordingly, each experiment permits a detailed investigation of static, dynamic, symmetric and asymmetric loads.
Training Concepts:
  • Measurement with active and reactive energy meters:
    - For symmetric and asymmetric RL loads
    - In the event of a phase failure
    - In the event of over-compensation (RC load)
    - For active loads
    - In the event of energy-flow reversal
  • Three-phase consumers with star and delta connections (R, L, C, RL, RC and RLC loads)
  • Determination of the first and second power maxima
  • Determination of the power maximum in the event of an asymmetric load
  • Recording of load profiles
Product: Complex Loads, Power Consumption Measurement and Peak Load Monitoring
Product Code: EUC 1

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