Ask or Answer

🏠 Home🏷️ Tags❔ Ask a Question✔️ Answer a QuestionUsers
57 views

Please log in or register to answer this question.

1 Answer

Answer :

On the basis of distance from generating station to  distributers
Like 0 like

Related Questions

170 views

Description : What happens insulators when high voltage passes through transmission lines whether it breaks or lose it's insulating property?

Last Answer : I think it will breaks when it crosses breakdown voltage .

1 answer
132 views

Description : Why are overhead transmission lines not insulated?

Last Answer : Insulators are useful to help separate electrical conductors when they come into physical contact. Overhead Transmission Lines Are Not Insulated: The overhead transmission line is carrying extreme high voltage and ... a whole lot of thick insulation to absorb the heat produced by such high voltage.

7 answers
680 views

Description : What type of earthing is used by transmission lines?

Last Answer : Preventive  multiple  earthing  PME.

2 answers
148 views

Description : The main limitation for power handling capability of short length transmission lines and cables is (A) power factor (B) stability (C) thermal effect limit (D) conductor size

Last Answer : The main limitation for power handling capability of short length transmission lines and cables is thermal effect limit

1 answer
774 views

Description : Bundled conductors are mainly used in high voltage overhead transmission lines to (a) Reduce line loss (c) Reduce corona (b) Reduce harmonics (d) Increase strength

Last Answer : Bundled conductors are mainly used in high voltage overhead transmission lines to Reduce corona 

1 answer
Show MoreAsk QuestionNext Page →