Power Transfer

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How To Calculate Active Power Transfer
From Generating Station to Receiving Station

Find the Active Power Transfer

Given sending voltage, Vs = 500 kV ; sending voltage phase angle theta, θs = 30°

receiving voltage, Vr = 525 kV; receiving voltage phase angle theta, θr = 20° Transmission line series reactance = 150 Ω

1 kV = 1000 V
No need to do conversion. Answer is in MW (MegaWatts)

Vs * Vr *
sin ( θs - θr )


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