shunt reactors, EHV transmissions, transmission lines, parallel lines
The use of shunt reactors with EHV transmission lines has introduced new problems, one of which is induction of high voltages on a de-energized circuit of two parallel lines. This paper presents the matrix equations used in developing a digital computer program which takes into account the effects of electromagnetic induction, electrostatic coupling, distributed lines, and transposition. The computer program may also be used to calculate the effects of shunt reactors, series capacitors, and loads. The equations can be adapted to a wide range of applications, although the examples for this paper have been limited to the near resonance problem of parallel transmission lines.
Original Publication Citation
Chaston, A. N. "EHV AC Parallel Transmission Line Calculations with Application to the Near Resonance Problem." power apparatus and systems, ieee transactions on PAS-88.5Part-I (1969): 627-35
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Chaston, A. Norton, "EHV AC Parallel Transmission Line Calculations with Application to the Near Resonance Problem" (1969). All Faculty Publications. 800.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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