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Power Systems

The electrical power system is a network consists of three major components: generation, a high voltage transmission grid, and a distribution system. It uses the form of energy (like diesel, coal) and converts it into electrical energy. The high voltage transmission system links the generators to substations, which deliver power to the user all the way through the distribution system. After electricity is generated, it must be transmitted and distributed to consumers. The network of transmission and distribution facilities makes up the power grid. The radial system is the simplest electrical distribution arrangement, and that is inexpensive in terms of equipment initial cost. Three major types of power supplies: unregulated (also called brute force), linear regulated, and switching. The fourth type of power supply circuit called the ripple-regulated, is a combination of both the “brute force” and “switching” designs.

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