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IndianTechEngg1001 (Electrical) (OP)
30 Apr 10 4:51
I want help in 132kV O/D SF6 substation design. Does anyone can help me in suggesting a guide which an help me in doing so. I am willing to know the practical approach/ calculation side of design.

Thanks in advance  
Helpful Member!  ScottyUK (Electrical)
30 Apr 10 5:44
Central Networks have a number of specs and guides available to their contractors. Have a look at the Primary Network Design Manual and the section on 132kV substation design.

CN have a massive amount of useful information available at - well worth a look for anyone operating a large private network.

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lz5pl (Electrical)
30 Apr 10 7:46
Great source, [b]ScottyUK[/b}, thank you!

It may be like this in theory and practice, but in real life it is completely different.
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rbulsara (Electrical)
30 Apr 10 8:02
Thanks, Jon.

Rafiq Bulsara

IndianTechEngg1001 (Electrical) (OP)
30 Apr 10 12:25
Thanks a lot

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