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Le grandi linee di trasmissione d‘energia Calcolazione elettrica

Nature volume 162, page 277 (21 August 1948) | Download Citation

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AT present, the all-important problems of power transmission are those relating to long-distance energy transport and interconnexion of high-power networks. Examples of the first class are transmission from Norway to the Continent of Europe or to Great Britain, from the Victoria Falls to the industrial areas of South Africa, from Tasmania to Australia, from the Lower Danube to Central Germany. In the second class the realization of a European Grid system is the most imminent.

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