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CLOSE THIS BOOKVillage Electrification (SKAT, 1992, 128 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTThe foreword
VIEW THE DOCUMENTAcknowledgment
VIEW THE DOCUMENTIntroduction
Part 1: Determined entrepreneurs, sustainable development
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Planning for private sector involvement
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. A very brief history of electrification
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. A look at current events
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Aspects of successful rural electrification
Part 2: Generators
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Synchronous generator
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. IMAG, using induction motors as asynchronous generators
Part 3: Electrical control systems
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Fundamental principles of electrical control systems
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. A concept for standardized electrical control systems
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Specific problems with isolated, rural electrification schemes
Part 4: Power factor correction
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Phasor diagram
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. The power factor in isolated grids
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Power factor in isolated grids
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Power factor correction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Measurement of the pf
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Calculation examples for the compensation capacitance
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6. Summary, rules, recommendations:
Part 5: Earthing
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Current flow in the ground
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. The specific electrical resistance of the ground
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Measurement of the earth resistance
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. The Influence of the dig-in depth
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Earth contacts
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6. The influence of current on the earth resistance
Part 6: Distribution systems
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Swer, a low cost rural distribution system using single wire earth return.
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Three phase low voltage lines in small isolated grids
Part 7: Commercial engineering
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. The initial enquiry
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Terms and conditions for specification, orders and contracts
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Limits of responsibility
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Tender mechanism
Part 8: Tariffs & financial evaluation
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Determine tariffs
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Financial evaluation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Example
Part 9: Connection policy
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. General terms
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Application and subscription
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Connection fee and cost participation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Level change
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. Meters and distribution boxes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6. Meter reading, billing and payment
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7. Sub-supply and sub metering
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8. House installations and wiring
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9. Extraordinary services
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10. Legal terms
Part 10: Typical application examples
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1. Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Namche bazar (category a)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. Chame (category b)
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. Syangja (category c)
Part 11: The salleri chialsa venture
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT1 Introduction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2. Energy and hydro power
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3. The small hydro power sector
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4. The history of the salleri chialsa small hydro power project
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5. The setting
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6. Construction and features of plant and grid
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7. Design and technical data
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8. Operation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9. Management by a shareholder company
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10. Conclusions
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