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DC overhead transmission #144717
01/08/06 01:19 PM
01/08/06 01:19 PM
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lukemcuk  Offline OP
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Joined: Jan 2006
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UK
Hello
Question. Are there and overhead sections of DC transmission line in the UK? which would of course only have two conductors instead of the usual 3 phases? I know that there are DC interconnectors between UK-France and Scotland-N Ireland but do these have any overhead sections but are they completly underground? If there are overhead sections it would be intresting to see a pic.
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Re: DC overhead transmission #144718
01/08/06 01:24 PM
01/08/06 01:24 PM
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RODALCO  Offline
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Titirangi, Akld, New Zealand
We have a OH UG DC link between the north and south island of New Zealand which has 2 wires.


The product of rotation, excitation and flux produces electricty.
Re: DC overhead transmission #144719
01/10/06 10:14 AM
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pauluk  Offline
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The Scotland-N.I. link is the quite recent Moyle Interconnector.

I seem to recall us having a discussion about it a while ago, although I don't recall whether any of it runs overhead (excepting transitions, as you would expect).

Re: DC overhead transmission #144720
01/23/06 06:13 PM
01/23/06 06:13 PM
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RODALCO  Offline
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Titirangi, Akld, New Zealand
Hello.

If you use this link it will get you to the Transpower site in New Zealand.

Scroll over the little pictures below and a photo of a DC pylon with 2 wires is visible.
http://www.transpower.co.nz/?id=4798#

Kind regards Ray.

DC voltages used are 270 and 350 kV.

Next month while down South I will get some photo's of the latter.


The product of rotation, excitation and flux produces electricty.

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