# Equivalent Circuit of a Long Line

## Equivalent Circuit of a Long Line:

So far as the end conditions are concerned, the Equivalent Circuit of a Long Line can be established in the form of a T- or π-network.

The parameters of the equivalent network are easily obtained by comparing the performance equations of a π-network and a transmission line in terms of end quantities.

For a π-network shown in Fig. 5.15.

According to exact solution of a long line

For exact equivalence, we must have

From Eq. (5.50)

Thus

is the factor by which the series impedance of the nominal-π must be multiplied to obtain the Z’ parameter of the equivalent-π, Substituting Z’ from Eq. (5.50) in Eq. (5.51), we get

Thus

is the factor by which the shunt admittance arm of the nominal- π must be multiplied to obtain the shunt parameter ( Y’/2) of the equivalent- π.

Note that

is a consistent equation in terms of the above values of Y’ and Z’.

For a line of medium length

so that the equivalent- π network reduces to that of nominal- π.

Equivalent-T network parameters of a transmission line are obtained on similar lines. The equivalent-T network is shown in Fig. 5.16.

Updated: March 21, 2020 — 11:33 pm

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