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Chaz69 (Civil/Environmental) (OP)
9 Feb 12 22:33
Im a civil new to sub station design.  What is the standard sub/ switching bus phasing nomenclature?  
Marmite (Electrical)
10 Feb 12 2:00
There are local, national and international standards. What part of the World are you talking about?
Chaz69 (Civil/Environmental) (OP)
10 Feb 12 9:18
Im in the united states (new jersey)
dpc (Electrical)
10 Feb 12 13:11
If this is for a utility, they will have their own standards.   
DTR2011 (Electrical)
10 Feb 12 13:28
If you are designing for an IPP, you will also have to work with the local utility to some degree.

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