SF6 Circuit Breaker and Ferranti effect

Define:

a) SF6 Circuit Breaker

b) Ferranti effect

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SF6 :

SF6 refers to Sulpher hexa Fluoride gas. If this gas is used as the arc quenching medium within the Circuit breaker it means SF6 CB.

Ferranti effect :

Output voltage is larger in comparison to the input voltage or accepting the end voltage is more than sending the end voltage.

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