Protection of High Voltage Transmission Lines of Canada from the Ice by High-Frequency Electromagnetic Waves
The way of heating the air electricity transmission line by spreading it on a running high-frequency electromagnetic waves, which is to protect the electric power system from ice storm. At the heart of the heating are two physical phenomena: the skin effect and the transformation of radiated energy into heat. Calculated impedance wire line for optimal matching of the generator to the line. The results of the experiment and block diagram of an industrial plant.
Key words: Power line; Ice; Electromagnetic waves; Skin effect; Thermal heating; Input impedance; Industrial plants
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