grounded system

grounded system

[¦grau̇nd·əd ′sis·təm]
(electricity)
Any conducting apparatus connected to ground. Also known as earthed system.

grounded system

A system of electric conductors in which at least one conductor is intentionally grounded, either solidly or through a current-limiting device.
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A grounded system is just what the name implies: the central (neutral) point of the three-phase transformer feeding the system is connected to earth ground (Fig.
To get around these problems, the resistance grounded system (also called a high resistance grounded--HRG-system) was invented, and is required by many regulations, including 30 CFR 56/57, CSA M421-00, "Use of Electricity in Mines.
Even in grounded systems, grounding problems such as electrical faults and short circuits will occur over time.