Publisher : The Korean Institute of IIIuminating and Electrical Installation Engineers
DOI : 10.5207/JIEIE.2015.29.9.065
Title & Authors
Coordinate and Length of Straight Transmission Line Minimally connecting X-Y axis via a Specific Point Lee, Sang-Joong;
Minimal line length enables low-cost construction of the transmission lines and low-loss transportation of electric power. This paper presents a derivation to determine the coordinate and length of the straight line that minimally connects two perpendicular lines x-axis and y-axis via a specific point, using the optimization technique. The author shows a formula to obtain the minimal length, which is represented by the cube root of the coordinate given by the specific point. Case studies have been also discussed to prove the optimal solutions derived by the proposed formula.
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