power transmission tower

power transmission tower

[′pau̇·ər tranz′mish·ən ‚tau̇·ər]
(electricity)
A rigid steel tower supporting a high-voltage electric power transmission line, having a large enough spacing between conductors, and between conductors and ground, to prevent corona discharge.
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Airlifting of high- tension cable wire for being placed on a power transmission tower was on near a bypass road.
MANILA, Rabi'II 9, 1435, Feb 9, 2014, SPA -- A Philippine military official says rebels have detonated bombs but failed to topple a high-voltage power transmission tower in the country's south, AP reported.
QUETTA, March 26, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Due to non repair of Power Transmission Tower the power crisis has worsened in Balochistan and 12 hours of load shedding is being carried out in Provincial Capital Quetta while 22 hours load shedding in interior Balochistan.
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The two, identified by Yonhap News Agency as Kim Man Soo, 46, and Kwak Kyung Hae, 61, and the two wounded, identified as Lee Sang Won and Im Dae Shik, were going to Tikrit to build a power transmission tower at the time of the attack, acting South Korean Ambassador to Iraq Sohn Se Joo told Yonhap by telephone.
This painting portrays in great detail a skeleton-like electrical power transmission tower with dozens of identical ceramic insulators.
Late last month all three nuclear plants were temporarily shut down after a landslide toppled a high-voltage power transmission tower, causing Taiwan's worst-ever blackout.
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Power transmission towers are seen on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan.
The Quezon City government is set to relocate informal settler families from areas around power transmission towers, as it will receive additional funds for this undertaking from the National Grid Corp.
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Three power transmission towers were blown down in the city and utility crews were trying to restore power.