Transmission line

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by bob smith112, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. bob smith112

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    hi can i get my home work checked please


    thank you

    bob
     
  2. mik3

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    I haven't checked your calculations but the method is correct. One thing that supports your answer is the fact that the sending end voltage is greater and leads the receiving end voltage which is the case for real power flow. Real power flows from the end with the leading voltage to the end with the lagging voltage.
     
  3. bob smith112

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    hi thank you ithink i made an error in my current at recieving end i should have a angle of -36.87 degrees
     
  4. mik3

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    But the angle in your calculations is -36.87.
     
  5. bob smith112

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    yea i made changes to the second attachment for the -36.2 angle

    is all the other calculation sound?
     
  6. mik3

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    I haven't checked the calculations one by one but the final answer looks correct for the reason I mentioned before.
     
  7. bob smith112

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    thank you

    you have been a great help

    i have just started working on the whole complex numbers

    thanks again bob
     
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