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Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution
The purpose of the electric transmission system is the interconnection of the electric energy producing power plants or generating stations with the loads. A three-phase AC system is used for most transmission lines. The operating frequency is 60 Hz in the U. The three-phase system has three phase conductors. The system voltage is defined as the RMS voltage between the conductors, also called line-to-line voltage. The voltage between the phase conductor and ground, called line-to-ground voltage , is equal to the line-to-line voltage divided by the square root of three. The generating station produces the electric energy.
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Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution. Part of the second edition of The Electric Power Engineering Handbook, Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution offers focused and detailed coverage of all aspects concerning the conventional and nonconventional methods of power generation, transmission and distribution systems, electric power utilization, and power quality. Chapter 2 Advanced Energy Technologies. Chapter 3 Photovoltaics. Electric Power Generation Conventional Methods. Chapter 4 Hydroelectric Power Generation.