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Phas Shifters for power flow control
A Phase-Shifting Transformer is a device for controlling the power flow through specific lines in a complex power transmission network.
The basic function of a Phase-Shifting Transformer is to change the effective phase displacement between the input voltage and the output voltage of a transmission line, thus controlling the amount of active power that can flow in the line.
The Power Engineering Guide is the comprehensive manual for transmission and distribution of electrical energy.