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Sub Station Erection & Testing

04/16/2012 12:15 PM

What are the technical details that are to be consireded while doing erection.What are the basic steps involved in the erection.

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Re: Sub Station Erection & Testing

04/16/2012 12:26 PM

OMG...too easy....

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04/17/2012 10:00 AM

I literally LOL'd...then again when I saw your response.

I am SO immature.

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04/16/2012 1:55 PM
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04/16/2012 3:57 PM

CR4 Error Code 47: The level of detail required to even vaguely answer these two questions exceeds <common sense>.

CR4 Error Code 12: Unable to post required electrical and civil standards <copyright infringement> <country of installation unknown>.

CR4 Error Code 13: Remaining post content removed as answering thread <corresponds to helping with homework> or <may result in loss of property and/or death through unqualified personnel attempting something dangerous>.

On the more serious side, this question is too complex to answer on CR4. Have you tried an internet search instead (if this is a homework or general interest question)?

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04/17/2012 10:02 AM

WE HAVE ERROR CODES!?!

LYN...did you know about this???

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Re: Sub Station Erection & Testing

04/16/2012 7:21 PM

Sorry, I couldn't even get past the erection references...

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04/16/2012 11:51 PM

Reminds me of the time i met a citizen of a small country....(i didn't know that he lisped)..i asked him when did they have an election last...his answer surprised me somewhat ... "Just befole blekfast"

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04/17/2012 11:04 AM

Is it an obscene question?

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Re: Sub Station Erection & Testing

04/28/2012 5:18 PM

This is very vague question. Substations are consists of a large number of equipments, like transformers, circuit breakers, isolators, lighening arrestors, current transformers, potential transformers, CVTs, relays and control equipments, Battery and battery chargers, structures etc.All equipments have different procedure for erection testing and commissioning. You have to be very specific in asking questions. For Example you can ask what technical detais are to be considered while doing erection of a transformer. then some one can try to explain things but not like this you have asked for.

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