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busbar

[′bəs‚bär]
(electricity)
A heavy, rigid metallic conductor, usually uninsulated, used to carry a large current or to make a common connection between several circuits. Also known as bus.

busbar

A heavy, rigid electrical conductor (usually uninsulated copper or aluminum) which serves as an interconnection between power-handling devices (such as switches and circuit breakers) or as a common connection between several circuits.

busbar

busbar
Busbar with distribution points.
The main conductor in an electrical system linking all generators and/or batteries and distributing power to all operative branches. It is essentially a metallic bar used to carry a large current and to make common connections between several circuits. See also battery bus.
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Firstly, based on the fault point method, four types fault are set up at each busbar of the power grid, and the vulnerability area matrixes of voltage sag are established, the evaluation index of power network structure based on voltage sag is proposed.
Qatar is developing its refinery and petrochemical processing infrastructure in order to promulgate industrial diversification, which calls for the development of electrical infrastructure, including building new power plants and transmission and distribution network, consequently boosting demand for busbars in the country.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global busbar market to grow at a CAGR of 5.
This report estimates the busbar trunking system market in terms of value in USD million.
The LDM busbar trunking system meets the new IEC 61439-1/-6 standard that requires design verification of the system.
Busways also referred to as Busbar Trunking System (BTS), which stands out for their ease of installation, flexibility, reusability and number of possible connection points.
The Busbar Trunking System, also known as Busways, involves distribution of electrical power using set of copper/ aluminum bus bars enclosed in suitable box with high degree of protection against any ingress of foreign bodies.
The inductances and the effective resistances, in other words the impedances, of a shielded system of busbars at a certain frequency are closely related to the current distribution over the cross-section of each busbar generally known as "skin effect" and "proximity effect" of the nearby busbars and conductive shield.
However, paste laydown reductions have resulted in thinner busbar paste volumes, so one must be careful to balance this so that subsequent solder adhesion (during the attachment of tabbing ribbons) is not adversely affected.
A 3-part system - the busbar, the support, and the terminals.
Furthermore, busbars are easily adjusted to an individual building's conditions by means of special shaped parts routed to a room in a three-dimensional manner.
Strip Tinning, which employs 20 people at its base in Frankley, has invested pounds 250,000 so it can start producing photovoltaic busbars in the next six months.