First of all sorry the pictures are in spanish as as I'm taking the course in this language I could translate if necesary. Second sorry if
my grammar isn't perfect english aint my mother language.
So I've got this circuit and I'm told that "cola de alimentador" has V = 13.8[kV] and I need the tension (voltage) of points 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. And to find the power factor of "cabecera del alimentador"
So I've tried to go from the end to the front calculating the electric current in every node and then tryng to get the voltages with that and the equivalent impedances that i had previously calculated but so far i get that the voltage in "cabecera de alimentador" is 94.06 with -40.40 degrees and i dont think thats right considering Voltage at the end (cola de alimentador) is 14.8 kV.
I would love if anyone could point me in a direction to solve this problem as it's the first time i work in a circuit with multiple grounds and I'm not sure how to approach it. Maybe a redrowing of the circuit where it would be easier to see whats parallel to what or anything tbh. Thanks in advance.