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#### pasala

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##### How to avoid Electricity distribution loss
« on: 29/05/2016 07:49:43 »
Yes, we can transfer electricity from one place to other place without any loss.  Before going
forward let us have a glance on how electricity is produced and transferred from one place to
other place.

In a power plant, the turbine and generator convert mechanical energy into electrical energy.
Fuel produces steam, gas, or fluid that moves the blades of a turbine. The spinning turbine
is connected to the rod in a generator that turns a large magnet surrounded by coils of copper wire.
When Magnet is moved with heavy speed electrons start displacing and start moves through copper wire.

The movement of the electrons through copper wire is electricity. Transformer increases power voltage. Thick wires carry the electric current from the generator to a transformer, which increases the voltage of the electric current before electricity can be sent to the power grid, High-voltage lines carry the current to substations  on the power grid.

1  It is true that energy is neither created nor destroyed.
2  When the Magnet is rotated with heavy speed electrons from the atoms of the Magnet are
displaced and start moving.
3  Here it is a continuous process
4  When electrons start moving out from the magnet, same is replaced from the open energy.

1  When magnet is rotated with heavy speed, electrons start moving through the copper wire.
2  For the energy in the open air, copper wire is also one of its object only. There is heavy
concentration of energy against copper wire.
3  When electricity starts moving through the copper wire, electrons moving on the upper layer of
copper faces the energy rays in the open area.
4  Electrons moving on the upper layer looses velocity and start yielding to the energy rays in the
open areas.
5  When electrons start moving through the energy rays, these rays gets charged.  This is electro
magnetic circles.  Electromagnetic circles is nothing but loss of energy only.
6  Since energy rays are present every where, throughout the cable,  electricity distribution loss is
also   through out the cable.
METHOD OF AVOIDING:
It is true that electromagnetic circles are nothing but loss of energy only. For every 4 generators
producing electricity, 1 generator power is wasted in the form of distribution loss.  Can we avoid
this magnetic circles, yes it is possible.
1  It is true that energy moves with maximum speed in vacuum.
2  It is also true that energy is of object oriented.

PRACTICAL EXPERIMENT:
1  Cover the copper wire with a smooth rubber sheet
2  Seal  both ends of the rubber sheet.
3  Make a hole to the rubber sheet at the middle, cover it with smooth rubber sheet, remove
the air and seal the smooth  rubber.
4  Here removing air from the rubber sheet plays key role.  If it is not done properly, total process
goes waste.
5  It is not a complicated one and can be done very easily.

WHERE IT IS USEFUL:
1  It is highly useful in all solar energy power stations.  Here movement of electricity is very low
and therefore wastage is also more.
2  It is also highly useful in all Electricity producing stations, Hydro, Thermal and others.
3  It is also highly useful in modern computers.  If electricity carrying cables are perfectly vacuumed
than magnetic circles are not created and computer never gets heated.
4  It is also useful in Space stations.  Here only small amount of energy is produced and there is lot of
wastage in carrying it to different parts.  If all the cables production to distribution are sealed
than wastage is avoided and energy problem can be solved.
5  For that it is highly useful in all electrical appliances, such as cells, home appliances etc.,

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Yours
Psreddy

« Last Edit: 29/05/2016 07:52:25 by pasala »

#### alancalverd

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##### Re: How to avoid Electricity distribution loss
« Reply #1 on: 29/05/2016 09:38:08 »
We routinely use vacuum insulation in high voltage machinery, but Ohm's law still applies to the conduction of electricity and power is lost in the conductors.

We used to use rubber insulation on copper conductors,  but Ohm's law still applies to the conduction of electricity and power is lost in the conductors. And we now use plastic because the rubber melts and falls off.

#### pasala

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##### Re: How to avoid Electricity distribution loss
« Reply #2 on: 29/05/2016 13:50:10 »
Mr alancalverd

Well, it appears that you have used vacuum insulation in high voltage machinery.  There are so
many important implications.  For the success in high voltage transfer what ever  i told you or
you have practiced is not correct or impracticable.

Methods As proposed by me in my theory,  is suitable for low voltage transfer areas such
as DCs in solar panels, and small hydro/thermal stations etc.,

For High voltage areas extra precaution is to be taken since vacuum itself leads to the extra-
ordinary concentration which may destroy outer things.

Ok let us talk about these precautions/steps later.

Yours
Psreddy

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##### Re: How to avoid Electricity distribution loss
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