The rather thin justification offered is that some of the power the transmission line will carry will come from renewables.
In the business portion of many cities a transmission line must go underground, whether its voltage is high or low.
The iron pin and the drum were respectively connected so as to be in circuit with the transmission line and batteries.
At the ground the tower measures 14 feet at right angles to the transmission line and 12 feet parallel with it.
In that most necessary property of a transmission line—conductivity—copper excels all other metals except silver.
Where a river or other body of water must be crossed by a transmission line, either of three plans may be followed.
At this sub-station the 85-mile transmission line from the generating plant at Shawinigan Falls terminates.
A transformer is used in some cases to raise the voltage and compensate for the loss in a transmission line.
On straight portions of a transmission line the insulator pins are subject to strains of two principal kinds.
Such fluctuating loads imply corresponding changes in the volts or amperes of the transmission line.