why some transmission lines have 7 wires n why some have 3 n 4??
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Answer / prasu2880
For D/C(Double Circuit) Line having 6 phases & one Earthing
but S/C(single Circuit) line having 3 Phases & on Earthing
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Answer / surya
FOR SINGE CIRCUIT LINE 3 CONDUCTORS AND 1 NEUTRAL WIRE USED.
FOR DOUBLE CIRCUIT LINE 6 CONDUCTORS AND 1 EARTH WIRE USED.
BASICALL FOR DISTRIBUTION PURPOSE SINGLE CIRCUIT LINE AND
FOR TRANSMISSION PURPOSE DOUBLE CIRCUIT LINE USED.
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