“Earthing”, Electrical Grounding and the Power Grid — Where Does Grounded Electricity Actually Go?

“The ground is really just another wire…although not a great one.” ~ 7:50 in Current doesn’t flow to the ground; it flows through the ground and back up. If there is electricity moving into the ground from an energized conductor, go back to the source of that conductor and see what’s happening. For the grid, … Read more

How we change voltage on a transformer

Former transformer designer here; just to nitpick a tiny bit – there are 3 types of tap changers: OLTC – On load tap changer (Also called LTC): Can change taps on load NLTC – No load tap changer: Can only change taps while there is no load but still energized DETC – Deenergized tap changer: … Read more

138 kV High Voltage Substation Visit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RBp8jOUA1U   CGPT A 138 kV (kilovolt) power grid substation is a critical component of the electrical distribution network, serving as a key node in the transmission system to step down high-voltage electricity from the transmission lines to lower voltages suitable for distribution to homes, businesses, and other end users. Here’s a detailed look into … Read more

Boiling Water with Resonance — Dumas Effect, Peter Davies, George Wiseman, Stanley Meyer

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hhfilLmLtU   per CGPT — Boiling Water: Boiling occurs when a liquid reaches a temperature where its vapor pressure equals the atmospheric pressure surrounding the liquid, leading to the formation of bubbles within the liquid that rise to the surface and escape into the air as steam. This is a physical change that results … Read more

2003 Blackout analysis = Superb edu on Power Grid

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KciAzYfXNwU Excellent analysis and info. “Three trees and a computer bug caused a major part of North American [power] to completely grind to a halt.  If you had asked anyone working in the power industry the prior day about catastrophic loss of service the next day…”   From the comments: jay152277 1 year ago The … Read more

Mainstream explanation of History of Power Grid, 60 Hz vs 50 Hz, 110 VAC vs 220 VAC

Part 1 voltages https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yRGvMgieEU Part 2 frequencies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEkegQanD2I     The history of the power grid, including the development of standard frequencies like 60 Hz and 50 Hz, as well as voltage standards like 110 VAC and 220 VAC, is closely tied to the evolution of electricity generation and distribution systems. Here’s a mainstream explanation … Read more

Sounds of Power Meters are similar to sounds of Bosnian Pyramids

power meter sounds are similar to Bosnian Pyramid sounds power meter sound 3:10 into https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dW2AsO6  Z-Uo bosnian pyramid sound 2:02:20 into https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPNVQD5  TSYU