in a transmission line if the load is suddenly increased in
the receiving end of the system the phase shift will ?
As power flows along a transmission line, there is an electrical phase shift, which increases with distance and with power flow. As this phase shift increases, the system in
which the line is embedded can become increasingly unstable during electrical disturbances.
Simply, load suddenly increases phase shift will increases.
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