EHV ac and dc transmission. EHV is lused to miiove large blocks of power when distances between power source and load are great. On existing transmission. Though DC transmission system was the first to born, soon it was replaced by AC transmission system. Earlier DC systems developed by the Edison’s company. A comparative study between HVDC and EHV AC Transmission Systems Aniket Bhattacharya Animesh Gupta B. Tech Power Systems Engineering B. Tech.

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Comparison between EHVAC and HVDC Systems

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