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That's in our future. We have several electrical panels that need to be load balanced too. Should help us identify the areas that need it worst and help with intelligent maintenance scheduling.
Given where you live, I'm betting you work for Dow chemical?


Citgo Refinery. We have been looking for hot spots for years on the 480V and 2400V systems. I load balance in all electrical panels when adding circuits and pass it by engineering if that's what you are talking about. We also have huge capacitor banks at all the sub stations.
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I should get another GD 80 , just to play with different bios etc., hate to screw up the one I have tongue.gif

I hardly remember the 11.13 bios anymore but think it was better when going for ultimate clocks while the latest ones give less vdroop at lighter loads. But where would you get another GD80 as they seem to be out of production.

Oil refineries and electricity..............

I got zapped by 480v one time but it was only a partial zap.

One time a crane swung its boom too close to a 50,000v line. The juice went down the boom and through the chassis blowing every seal and gasket on the the way, then jumped from the left rear wheel to the ground where it blew a 1 yard (meter) deep hole in the pavement. The operator was unhurt but got fired.
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I hardly remember the 11.13 bios anymore but think it was better when going for ultimate clocks while the latest ones give less vdroop at lighter loads. But where would you get another GD80 as they seem to be out of production.

Oil refineries and electricity..............

I got zapped by 480v one time but it was only a partial zap.

One time a crane swung its boom too close to a 50,000v line. The juice went down the boom and through the chassis blowing every seal and gasket on the the way, then jumped from the left rear wheel to the ground where it blew a 1 yard (meter) deep hole in the pavement. The operator was unhurt but got fired.

The rigger should get fired too!

Edit: Thank God you weren't grounded good.
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That's in our future. We have several electrical panels that need to be load balanced too. Should help us identify the areas that need it worst and help with intelligent maintenance scheduling.
Given where you live, I'm betting you work for Dow chemical?


Citgo Refinery. We have been looking for hot spots for years on the 480V and 2400V systems. I load balance in all electrical panels when adding circuits and pass it by engineering if that's what you are talking about. We also have huge capacitor banks at all the sub stations.

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I should get another GD 80 , just to play with different bios etc., hate to screw up the one I have tongue.gif

I hardly remember the 11.13 bios anymore but think it was better when going for ultimate clocks while the latest ones give less vdroop at lighter loads. But where would you get another GD80 as they seem to be out of production.

Oil refineries and electricity..............

I got zapped by 480v one time but it was only a partial zap.

One time a crane swung its boom too close to a 50,000v line. The juice went down the boom and through the chassis blowing every seal and gasket on the the way, then jumped from the left rear wheel to the ground where it blew a 1 yard (meter) deep hole in the pavement. The operator was unhurt but got fired.

Lots of petro chem down there isn't there?
There have been so many updates to our facilities, it's changed the electrical demand significantly. So there's plenty of work to do .

Mik - I agree 11.13 was better for ultimate clocks, newer get less droop. I think I can still find a GD -80 smile.gif.

Scary stuff with contacting the wire, the high lines just north of where I live carry enough juice to instantly vaporize a human being. poof! I've seen mock rescues that throw a 20 ft arc to the grounding rod.
We had an accident a few years back, fellow leaned into a transformer and touched his forehead to one of the phases. Blew him backwards about 15 feet into the side of a building. Very lucky to be alive - amazingly, the only burns he had were on his shoulder ( it was in contact with the door on the Xformer) and his right foot ( blew a hole in his boot). His face and head had soot on them, but under that it was like a good sunburn, that's all. Gotta be careful with that stuff
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Yes, a lot of petro and chemical plants. If you need a job it's here for the next at least 5 yrs. The city is scrambling to find places for man camps right now.

If you are an electrician you had better know where all your body parts are at all times when working on equipment. We do everything possible to make sure nothing is energized before working on it. Times have changed for sure.
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Oui! @miklkit did the boom even touch the line?

These stories remind me of a kid from my place that climbed a 69000 VA transmission line post. That's close to a hundred feet in height! Newly built, and these kids didn't know the lines were already fired up!

Some alcohol into the brain, these kids went on to dare everyone for a race to reach the top of the post.

The guy leading the race, grabbed for the insulator at the bottom phase and BOOM! Loud POP, guy fell 60FT, back first to a basketball court fence, unconscious. No one thought he will survive. Got cleared for a couple of weeks due to minor burns on his left hand to his arms. Lucky guy!

Told a story that he didn't even had a hand to the insulator.
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Now, which ram settings should I run? I have 1866 and overclocked to 2006.
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Now, which ram settings should I run? I have 1866 and overclocked to 2006.
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Ei, wondering why HV Transmission line wires are not insulated?

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Ei, wondering why HV Transmission line wires are not insulated?

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They are unless they are 20 ft (6m or so) in the air as a highline.
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They are unless they are 20 ft (6m or so) in the air as a highline.

hmm

Those that are insulated may not be at KV levels yet.

They will need thicker than practical insulators at Very High levels. thumb.gif
Thicker than you would imagine biggrin.gif
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