(header’s changed for the newer post;)
The other day, lights of some rooms went out; No, the breaker hadn't tripped...?
My husband looked really confused with this strange power failure :-) Before that, we were wondering about the flickering of the lights. We contacted the Electric Cop. and 2 young staffs checked electricity distribution lines of 2 poles in front of our house.
As the lights came back till then, it was hard for them to find the cause.
The cause was the bad condition of the part of "three-phase three-wire system" ←link ;
|Later, Senior Staff was called and checked.|
Instantly, the staff found the little heat of the electric switchboard. The senior staff called out to get down for the young one on the other pole with loud voice.
|The senior staff looked quite kind and trying to teach the young staff.|
And my husband was hearing their explanation.
three-phase three-wire system and our breaker at that time;
I've had a lecture :-) from my husband about the distribution system and how the breaker is working. Now, I learned why flickering and power failure happened at the different places. He took me to the transformer station in our city.
I could see how the electricity is distributed; "power plant →high-tension power transmission line →transformer station →power pole". Thanks for blogging (^_^)ｖ
Orthetrum triangulare melania; taken on the same day while outside with the staffs.
Coincidentally, male has bluish color with the topic above:-)
Cormorant and Dancing Egret;
Spiranthes sinensis or Twisted Flower in Japanese;
The two pictures in the left side was gifted by my husband's friend and right end is mine. When we went to see transformer station, my husband spotted this rare flowe for me. He said I might be able to make collage with hers :-) Sure is twisted or spiraled♪
I got confused with these both words in English "twisted and spiraled" (^^;)
Swallowtail Butterfly from neighbor's garden. Sorry, I couldn't identify;
Thank you SO much for reading this long post.
It stared pouring outside now :-) See You Soon♪