.. Capacity Of Transmission Lines And Sub-stations For 220 Kv And Above Voltage Levels - July 2012

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05 Sep 2012
  

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The document gives capacity of Transmission lines (ckm) and sub-stations (MVA) as on July 31, 2012 for 220 kV and above voltage levels. The loading of the transmission line is a function of a load-generation scenario from time to time. Depending on the situations arising in the grid, the lines are loaded up to permissible transfer capability as ascertained by the grid operator. he NEW Grid (comprising of Northern, Western, Eastern and North-Eastern Regional Grids) is operating in synchronous mode and the Southern Regional (SR) Grid is connected to NEW grid asynchronously through High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) links. Generally, there is no constraint in inter-state transmission of power within the synchronously connected systems; transmi......

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