Question

A single phase transmission line has two parallel conductors 1·5 metres apart, the diameter of each conductor being 0·5 cm. Calculate line to neutral capacitance for a line 80 km long. [3·48 μF]

Step 1

Given,

The spacing between the two parallel conductors is,

Step 2

Write the general expression to calculate line to neutral capacitance.

Step 3

The line to neutral c...

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