# Calculate % Voltage Regulation of Small Distribution Line.

• Calculate % Voltage Regulation of Small Distribution Line
• Calculate % Voltage drop of Individual Load.
• Calculate % Voltage drop of Various ACSR, AAAC, AAC conductor overhead Line.
• Calculate Receiving end Voltage of Distribution Line.
• Calculate Total % Voltage Regulation of Distribution Line

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### 10 Responses to Calculate 10 Voltage Regulation of Small Distribution Line.

1. Vishwa Murthy says:

Sir, can you please give us the details on “how to calculate the current carrying capacity of various conductors (viz, AAAC, ACSR) etc”..?

• Current Carrying Capacity is depend upon Size of Conductor and Type of Conductor and You can find it’s Table from it’s Manufacture Catalog.All ready given in Calculation sheet.
R u meaning for Voltage drop or Voltage Regulation ??

2. Vishwa Murthy says:

Sir, can you please give an eg on how to calculate the current carrying capacity of a ACSR Panther conductor which helps me in desiging or choosing a conductor for a particular application. Since I am working for a 132/33KV substation which needs to be provided these kind of info to the client.

3. sandeep desai says:

plz write the formula of above calculated % VR , as per excel sheet it doesn’t get clearly.

• Bob says:

VD = I (r cosØ + x sinØ) where r and x are characteristics of the conductor. Ø PF angle. I amps

I want to design overhead line 22 k.v.how to desgin.

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