## What is Skin Effect and Proximity Effect?

What is Skin Effect and Proximity Effect?: What is Skin Effect and Proximity Effect? - The distribution of current throughout the cross-section of a conductor is uniform only when DC is passing through it. On…

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## AC Resistance and DC Resistance Relation

AC Resistance and DC Resistance Relation: Though the contribution of line resistance to series line impedance can be neglected in most cases, it is the main source of line power loss. Thus while considering transmission…

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## Bundled Conductors in EHV Transmission Lines

Bundled Conductors in EHV Transmission Lines: It is economical to transmit large chunks of power over long distances by employing EHV lines. However, the line voltages that can be used are severely limited by the…

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## Inductance of Double Circuit Three Phase Line

Inductance of Double Circuit Three Phase Line: It is common practice to build double circuit three phase Line so as to increase transmission reliability at somewhat enhanced cost. From the point of view of power…

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## Inductance of Three Phase Line with Unsymmetrical Spacing

Inductance of Three Phase Line with Unsymmetrical Spacing: The basic equations developed can, however, be easily adapted to the calculation of the Inductance of three phase line. Figure 2.10 shows the conductors of a three…

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## Inductance of Composite Conductor Lines

Inductance of Composite Conductor Lines: Future 2.6 shows such a single-phase line comprising inductance of composite conductor lines A and B with A having n parallel filaments and B having m' parallel filaments. Though the…

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## Flux Linkage of n Parallel Conductors Carrying Current

Flux Linkage of n Parallel Conductors Carrying Current: As shown in Fig. 2.5, consider a group of n parallel conductors carrying current I1, I2 ,..., In whose sum equals zero. Distances of these conductors from…

## ACSR Conductor (Aluminium Conductor Steel Reinforced)

ACSR Conductor (Aluminium Conductor Steel Reinforced): ACSR Conductor - So far we have considered transmission lines consisting of single solid cylindrical conductors for forward and return paths. To provide the necessary flexibility for stringing, conductors…

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## Inductance of Single Phase Two Wire Line

Inductance of Single Phase Two Wire Line: Inductance of Single Phase Two Wire Line - Consider a simple Two Wire Line composed of solid round conductors carrying currents I1 and I2 as shown in Fig.…

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## Flux Linkages of an Isolated Current Carrying Conductor

Flux Linkages of an Isolated Current Carrying Conductor: Transmission lines are composed of parallel conductors which, for all practical purposes, can be considered as infinitely long. Let us first develop expressions for flux linkages of…