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Re: “How the sewage plant broke

Not only can the motor meltdown in a catastrophic fashion, you will most likely be dropping voltage and frequency on the way. That is a disastrous scenario for any plant of this nature. You just don't do it.

I don't blame the electricians though - they would just be following engineering plans. It's the engineers who designed it. And most off all, operations. If the generator is tripping, you start reducing load. That means shutting off auxiliary equipment or one of the main pumps to keep the generator out of overload. C'mon boys, get your act together or this will just happen again, just slightly different...

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Posted by Wake up People on 08/16/2009 at 11:04 AM

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