Definition of Busbar

1. Noun. An electrical conductor that makes a common connection between several circuits. "The busbar in this computer can transmit data either way between any two components of the system"




Definition of Busbar

1. Noun. An electrical conductor that carries a large current, especially one that is part of a power distribution system ; typically a thick strip, or a tube, of copper or aluminium. ¹

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Definition of Busbar

1. a type of electrical conductor [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Busbar

bus route
bus routes
bus service
bus shelter
bus station
bus stations
bus stop
bus stops
bus terminal
bus ticket
bus topology
bus traffic
bus trap
bus traps
busaa
busbar (current term)
busbars
busbies
busboy
busboys
busby
buscon
buscons
bused
buserelin
buses
busfare
busfares
busgirl
busgirls

Literary usage of Busbar

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1. General Lectures on Electrical Engineering by Charles Proteus Steinmetz (1918)
"higher values in the busbar reactances, than in the generator reactances, ... In case of a dead short-circuit on one busbar section, and with full voltage ..."

2. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1914)
"If the deficiency at the power house busbar is to be determined, the correct effi- >* u» Ul „ UJ ID (J cc 12 oi ^c 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.6 O.li 0 7 0.8 0.9 SEC. ..."

3. American Hydroelectric Practice: A Compilation of Useful Data and by William Thomas Taylor, Daniel Harvey Braymer (1917)
"It is assumed that a busbar B in the accompanying diagram (Fig. ... The distance between the supports of busbar B is 153 in., and the length of both ..."

4. American Hydroelectric Practice: A Compilation of Useful Data and by William Thomas Taylor, Daniel Harvey Braymer (1917)
"It is assumed that a busbar B in the accompanying diagram (Fig. ... The distance between the supports of busbar B is 153 in., and the length of both ..."

5. Lessons from Liberalised Electricity Markets by Ulrik Stridbaek, International Energy Agency (2005)
"At 12.35 pm, a double busbar failure occurred at a 400 kV substation on the west coast of Sweden. This represented a serious system failure consistent with ..."

6. Developing China's Natural Gas Market: The Energy Policy Challenges by International Energy Agency (2002)
"As coal-fired generation is forbidden in urban areas, one needs to add these costs to the busbar cost of coal-fired plants, while such costs for gas-fired ..."

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