line fault

line fault

[′līn ‚fȯlt]
(electricity)
A defect, such as an open circuit, short circuit, or ground, in an electric line for transmission or distribution of power or of speech, music, or other content.
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Tenders are invited for Hiring of Vehicle for Line fault & Misc work Camper Bolero under Anjar Rural 1 Sdn.
Talking to local journalists here nazim Salim Khan, village council Sheena chairman Waheedullah Mishwani and engineer Ismail said that six union councils of Samar Bagh including Darangal, Kambat, Sadbar Kaly, Mayar and Miskini had been without power supply for the last two days due to line fault and overloading and consumers had been facing acute shortage of drinking water.
The National Electrification Administration (NEA), which oversees 120 electricity cooperatives, said there were very few isolated incidents of power outages reported except for some line fault and fuse problems.
METRO services in and out of Newcastle city centre were delayed by 45 minutes after an overhead line fault yesterday.
Elizabeth Ladaga, NGCP regional corporate communications officer, said the line fault was between the sub-stations in Baloi, Lanao del Norte and Aurora, Zamboanga del Sur.
These were generally the tests where the fouling fault was introduced at 40%, and the refrigerant line fault was also at a lower level.
An, "Recognition method of HVDC transmission line fault based on multifractal spectrum", Trans.
22 shows the change process of the active power of HVDC System after a line-to-ground fault, line to line fault and three phase faults are occurred with PI and the Static Synchronous Series Compensator (SSSC).
Pepperl+Fuchs introduced three new Switch Amplifiers with Line Fault Transparency (LFT).
99 a month for her package, she'd need to contact BT as there may be a line fault.
Due to tripping logic setting (1/3p trip/AR), two different fault types were simulated, single line-to-ground and a line-to- line fault.
d line]) decreases (as for example, during a DC line fault or a severe AC fault).