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In my area of Ohio anyway, the utility is doing away with the line fuses aka, Line-cut outs for the primary side of the distributiton transformers. I'm relatively new here too. The first although is not related to the second. Toggle navigation. The grounding can be found in the Green Book.
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Promoting, selling, recruiting, coursework and thesis posting is forbidden. Students Click Here. Related Projects. This is a two part question. The first although is not related to the second. In my area of Ohio anyway, the utility is doing away with the line fuses aka, Line-cut outs for the primary side of the distributiton transformers.
I have heard many explanation as to why, such as they can rely on "burn-off" and some as I think inane economical such as it is cheaper. I supppose in light of the recent de-regulation, where they now charge for everything from changing a meter seal to reconnection, which used to be a 'gimme', now of course is a service charge.
But back to the line cut-outs, I an wondering is this the direction to go, to me it seems to be all too typical Politics. First question… See http: Question on question 2 - Are these perhaps Completely Self Protected CSP transformers, with integral breakers for transformer protection? Otherwise, sounds like the principle of the TV picture tube self-destructing while protecting the 10 cent fuse. It is well worth owning the entire set if you work in those areas of electrical design.
The books are very practical and provide a lot of good information at a level that is accessible. To answer the second part of your question about the elimination of the fuse cuts offs and allowing of "burn off" although maybe not be the most desireable design it does work. I actually was in the field and saw a case where that occured and it worked fine. As you pointed out though economics is also a driving factor sometimes in engineering design.
The thing that should be considered is that this isn't one single application, but many throughout the entire system so costs can add up quickly when you consider how many diffrent locations there are. Your question reminds me of another practice I came across once while doing protective relaying studies for a utility company.
They used high speed ground switches on the primary side of substation distribution transformers in order to get operation of upstream protective devices. It worked and was economical, but I also don't know if it was the best design or think there were a lot of utility companies employing the practice. Engineering sometimes is just the best solution of design and economics that still meets the neeeds. Burn-off would not work at primary voltages.
Most likely, the utility is starting to use Completely Self Protected CSP transformers that have the primary fuse mounted internally. Second question… It seems like various utilities go rounds on adoption of CSP pole-hung distribution transformers with varying success rates and option combinations.
A couple of paragraphs on CSP features are: Just to add on your first question. The grounding can be found in the Green Book. In response to the post by jghrist I should clarify myself on the second part of my original reponse since I was not clear.
If the fuses are removed on the primary side Jghrist is correct in pointing out that "burn off" will not occur at primary voltages. In the example I cited the "burn off" occured on the secondary side of a pole-mounted transformer.
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