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dc.contributor.authorКАЛЮЖНЫЙ, Д. Н.-
dc.contributor.authorKALYUZHNIY, D.-
dc.date.accessioned2013-11-01T12:10:28Z-
dc.date.available2013-11-01T12:10:28Z-
dc.date.issued2013-
dc.identifier.citationНаукові праці Донецького національного технічного університету. Серія "Електротехніка і енергетика". № 2 (15), 2013 р., 338 с.en_US
dc.identifier.urihttp://ea.donntu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/23507-
dc.descriptionPower saving including the tasks of working out and improving not only technical and practical measures on reducing power consumption and loses but also measures on developing the systems of calculation and techmcal records of power is considered to be one of the most urgent problems of modem power engineering. Special attention is to be paid to revealing the errors and gaps in the schemes of connecting power meters. Traditionally solving the problem of determimng the schemes of connecting power meters is based on the analysis of vector diagrams of currents and voltages measured by means of power records or reduced using volt-ampere-phase meters on their terminals. The analysis of the existing methods of determimng the schemes of connecting power meters allowed reveal the most considerable factors influencing the efficiency of solving the task. They include: asymmetry of voltages and currents and casual character of load determined using the coefficient of active capacity cos (p or its angle (p. Besides mentioned factors the uncertainty of solving the task of determimng the schemes of connecting caused by the dependence of flowing currents in secondary circuits on their connection appears for the schemes of connecting power meters with related current circuits (ten- and six wire schemes of connecting for three- and two-element power records accordingly). The problem of circuit connecting of three- and two-element power meters with related current circuits has been considered in the article. The areas of simple solution of the problem in conditions of voltage and current asymmetry and casual change of load have been determined. A method of revealing the uncertainty of determimng the schemes of connecting power meters due to the description of several different schemes of their connecting using one vector diagram has been proposed.en_US
dc.description.abstractВ статье рассмотрен вопрос определения схем включения трех- и двухэлементньх счетчиков электрической энергии с зависимыми токовыми цепями. Определены области однозначного решения данной задачи в условиях несимметрии напряжений и токов, а также случайного изменения характера нагрузки. Предложен способ раскрьтия неопределенности определения схем включения счетчиков электрической энергии, обусловленной описанием одной векторной диаграммой нескольких различных схем их включения.en_US
dc.publisherДонНТУen_US
dc.relation.ispartofseriesЭлектротехника и энергетика;-
dc.subjectсхема включенияen_US
dc.subjectсчетчик электрической энергииen_US
dc.subjectвекторная диаграммаen_US
dc.subjectвторичные измерительные цепиen_US
dc.subjectнесимметрия напряженийen_US
dc.subjectнесимметрия токовen_US
dc.subjectсхема включенняen_US
dc.subjectлічильник електричної енергііen_US
dc.subjectвекторна діаграмаen_US
dc.subjectвторинні вимірювальні колаen_US
dc.subjectнесиметрія напругen_US
dc.subjectнесиметрія струмівen_US
dc.subjectcircuit connectingen_US
dc.subjectpower meteren_US
dc.subjectvector diagramen_US
dc.subjectsecondary measurement circuitsen_US
dc.subjectasymmetry voltageen_US
dc.subjectasymmetry currenten_US
dc.titleОПРЕДЕЛЕНИЕ СХЕМ ВКЛЮЧЕНИЯ СЧЕТЧИКОВ ЭПЕКТРИЧЕСКОИ ЭНЕРГИИ С ЗАВИСИМЫМИ ТОКОВЫМИ ЦЕПЯМИen_US
dc.title.alternativeВизначення схем включення лічильників електричної енергії із залежними ланцюгами струмуen_US
dc.title.alternativeDefinition of Layout of the Power Meter with Dependent Current Circuitsen_US
dc.typeArticleen_US
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