Why HIGH VOLTAGE DC power Transmission
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We are expanding our High Voltage DC electric power transmission lines. Is Edison winning over Tesla? It would be pretty awesome if you support ElectroBOOM at Patreon: http://patreon.com/electroboom My tee-shirts: http://teespring.com/stores/electroboom Enter your school for tools: https://goo.gl/forms/VAgRre8rLVvA1cEi2 My other articles: https://www.electroboom.com/ Follow me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ElectroBOOM Thanks to http://CircuitSpecialists.com for proving my essential lab tools Below are my Super Patrons with support to the extreme! Nicholas Moller at https://www.usbmemorydirect.com My sponsors and top patrons: http://www.electroboom.com/?page_id=727 My video: Why Use AC Instead of DC at Home??https://youtu.be/S7C5sSde9e4 Tom Scott channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/enyay And the video I used: https://youtu.be/bij-JjzCa7o By: Mehdi Sadaghdar -------------------------------------------------------------------------- #HVDC #Transmission #powerplant #ElectroBOOM

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Jamie Moorcroft : to be honest as funny as they are ive learnt so much from this channel and im now studying electrical design and engineering so thankyou so much

Gray_jetdonkey : 8:23 F.B.R, 9:20 E.F.B.R, 10:29 M.A.F.B.R.πŸ˜‚

Mark Adrian Manguiat : "We just need to hire a bunch of underpaid workers to switch this at 60Hz" rofl..hahahah

Aaron Huggins : Came for the high voltage DC. Stayed for the full bridge rectifier.

Pesterenan : I laughed a lot at the *M.A.F.B.R.* hahaahaha

Jan VeselΓ½ : 2:45 The osciloscope shows some noise every time Mehdi leans over it. Why is that?

Pokemoneuro : "let's see how to convert AC to DC." Me: oh shit here comes the FULL BRIDGE RECTIFIER!

_____ : Hi, my name is John. Life felt empty and drab until I discovered full bridge rectifiers, now I can't imagine my life without them, thanks electroBOOM!!!

Aditya : 6:11 and graduated from the same schoolπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚edit- 10:30 mafbrπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Abs0lut Zr0 : He just summarized half my electrical degree in under 15 minutes πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Incroyables ExpΓ©riences : How close he is from the microwave oven 2,4kV and lethal current output πŸ˜…

Mundo da ElΓ©trica : What a video man!

Corpsie Corpsie : 3 phase is ok for economy power 6 phase for sport power 12 phase for that ultra smooth luxury power.

Navisir : Well, in europe the frequency is 50hz so I can pay even less money to the underpaid workers. It's free real estate

Knightmare : Will we ever get a "MOTHER OF ALL FULLEST BRIDGE RECTIFIER" T-shirt?

Kllngii : What Ive learned so far: 1. There is NO free energy device 2. FULL BRIDGE RECTIFIER

Carlos Mejia : "Now we just need to hire a bunch of underpaid workers to switch this at 60 Hertz"...πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚....

94_flipzz : as funny as this is i still learn alot from you thank youπŸ€˜πŸ»πŸ™πŸ»

Master Gamer404 : 10:29 THE MOTHER OF ALL RECTIFIERS, what shirt will come out of this?

Robert B : LOL. I just watched your last video on AC/DC then googled why long range lines are DC then, and got this vid. Edison popping up was hysterical. Amazing vid!

Okello Kenneth : M.A.F.B.R... got me cracking. Engineering has never been this fun.

Country Club Lawn And Tree : Edison: As I always intended. :D EB: GET OUT! >:(

Reckless Roges : EB makes a video hinting at vindication for Edison and accidentally wakes the Tesla cult, releasing a Cthulhu of comments.

vanhelsing654 : shouldn't it be a 60 degrees phase shift instead of a 30 degrees one. for the 6 phase AC because, original 3 phase 120+120+120 = 360 degrees new 6 phase 60+60+60+60+60+60 = 360 degrees a 12 phase AC would be 30+30+30+30+30+30+30+30+30+30+30+30 = 360 degrees

Ivan Donkey : I love your videos. I teach my engineering students in a similar fashion and they understand far better.

piece of potato : "graduated from the same school" i diedπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

J WydΕ‚ubak : The skin effect in overhead power lines is a bit less of an issue due to the structure of aluminum clad steel wires used. The wires are made of steel core, which carries the weight of the wire, and aluminum (which is lighter and cheaper than copper) shield, which conducts the current. Because of higher resistance of the steel core it is kind of useless for power transmission anyway.

DrGoogle : Rule number one, never use Headphones while watching an electroBOOM Video...

Miku Duck Zone : 1:49 capacitor blowup

Tim Vivoda : Very informative but hillariouse I love your videos I have never laughed so much Tim from Australian

Nigel cockburn : What about the dc magnetic fields that will confuse birds and allow for massive spikes to be produced from lightning strikes as ac would slightly supress such spikes unless the lightning co-incidentally was only active within 1 half cycle of the relevant polarity. What do they use for the pylon construction, plastic or wood or glass? Because the metal pylons will be a massive number of near short-circuit-turns and worse they will be paralleled (almost) and the varying magnetic fields will induce heavy currents into the pylon structures and then it won’t only be lossy in electrical terms but the metal structures will anneal and soften and collapse prematurely. Aircraft flying along power lines won’t need to have navigation compasses installed because they won’t work. Imagine cars & Lorries with big ion engines & steel body’s passing under such dc power lines at crossroads etc. How is the current induced into the secondary? , you may ask. Because of the dc am being load dependant and because of windage on the wires that will cause further am and phasing. Agreed if only 1 pylon is considered with the full powerstation capacity then its losses are negligable but this dc transmission line system was designed for going accross China and thats a long way for just 1 pylon! Thousands of pylon losses in paralell is not insignificant losses.

danstan Kay : ElectroBoom always gets me nervous. This guy is awesome

Arijit Dey : Bunch of kittens πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€˜πŸ€˜πŸ€˜ That was hilarious

Florenc Brazhda : 3:17 Apparent power is not the sum P+jQ. That is the complex power. S=Vm*Im/2 or sqrt(P^2+Q^2).

Matteo Conforti : Please... Can you make the t-shirt of the MOTHER OF THE FULLEST BRIDGE RECTIFIER? you're great

vamsi krishna.c : "underpaid workers"??πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£ btw i love the way you present things in a much more creative way.... i learnt why 3 phase lines are used for running industrial equipments.... πŸ˜‹ Being an a graduate in electronics, i feel that Lecturers have to explain these topics same as you!

Iustin : Level 1: 8:23 Level 2: 9:21 Level 3: 10:30

sultana iesmin : MOTHER OF ALL FULL BRIDGE RECTIFIERS πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

dylan scronce : Man...i wish i understood half this stuff...whats a capacitor do.whats a resistor do...whats a reverse current..etc etc

David Moylan : the MOTHER of ALL FULLEST BRIDGE RECTIFIER !!!

science to technology : wont you get square wave if simple diode method is used, in sine wave inverter we use IGBT with PWM signal to make Pure sine wave(How would one use filter to make sine wave from square ) . How does that phase shift transformer works & would it be possible to phase shift the generator it self as many power plants have more that 1 generator some even have 3 units which could allow 9 phase and reduce the size of capacitor needed to reduce ripple in the DC .

personzorz : EVEN FULLER BRIDGE RECTIFIER

IPolian : Who else doesnt know what hes saying but watches it anyways cause its entertaining

Psycho Picture Studio : "Such a bunch of pu.....kittens" 🀣

lprkon72 : If u applied to a cable network for your own show they'd give you 6 channels without question!!!

tommy bomby : "why high voltage power transmission" there isn't a verb lmao

no u : If you see Medhi with capacitor, be ready for explosions.

Manabender : Clearly, we need 360-phase AC so we have a reason to implement ***RECTITHULHU, THE ELDER FULLERESTERESTEST BRIDGE RECTIFIER***

Daikataro Kamegawa : Otherwise explosion Think that applies to like 95% of the stuff you make.