Load Estimates


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Load Estimates
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GENERAL This chapter describes the basic principles of load estimation. Load estimation is a continuous process which starts at the feasibility study stage of the project and goes on until almost the end of the project. It is not an exact science and depends more upon experience. For example, a company wanted to expand the existing factory and appointed a contractor for this. The existing transformer supplying the factory had a capacity of 300 kVA and the contractor estimated that the additional load required would be 2500 kVA. He recommended the provision of 2 × 1500 kVA transformers but this was beyond the company's bud…
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Hemant Joshi: Residential, Commercial and Industrial Electrical Systems: Network and Installation, Volume 2. Load Estimates, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008), AccessEngineering Export