our prof provided us a guide in making a 3 phase electrical layout.., but he didn’t explain anything,. in the layout’s schedule of loads, the loads are divided into two,. the EDP and MDP,. what exactly does that mean,.,
*EDP=Electrical distribution panel.
*MDP=Main Distribution Panal.
[Your home’s electricity is delivered to your home through overhead wires or an underground feed. This feed is connected to your electrical meter socket. The electricity runs through the electrical utilities meter and is then routed to a means to shut off all of the power entering the home. In older homes, this shut off mechanism will be an independent disconnect switch that will also house the main fuses. In newer homes, the shut off mechanism is a main circuit breaker housed in the electrical distribution panel.
After passing through the main disconnect, switch with fuses or circuit breaker the electricity is sent to an electrical distribution panel.
I’m not familiar also with the short-cuts, but, since he prepared electrical layouts, EDP could mean Electrical Distribution Panel and, MDP, Main Distribution Panel.
EDP-electrical distribution panel
MDP-main distribution panel
You cant?? That’s lame!!
it probably took you more time to think and write about your problem than it would have to just googled it