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Answer / vinod kumar malik
At no load, the receiving end voltage of a transmission
line may be higher than the sending end voltage due to
formation of capacitance between conductors and conductor
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Answer / k.prakashchandra
As there is no inductance of load to negate capacitance
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Answer / naresh
the output voltage is greater than the input voltage
THIS PHENOMENON OCCURS ONLY WHEN THE LINE CONSISTS OF ONLY
LUMPED ELEMENTS,i.e, no element in shunt.
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