line loss

line loss

[′līn ‚lȯs]
(electricity)
Total of the various energy losses occurring in a transmission line.
(engineering)
The quantity of gas that is lost in a distribution system or pipeline.
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Line Loss Analysis and Calculation of Electric Power Systems, 2nd Edition
98 percent line loss charge under Napocor's supply contract with Meralco.
System designers need to be able to determine the typical, minimum and maximum impact of moisture on transmission line loss.
This line loss equalizer (LLE) combines filter and attenuator technology for a flat overall response up to 18 GHz.
Meralco has submitted a summary of TSC line loss computation and breakdown of TSC from July 2006 to May 2012 and supporting invoices and official receipts covering the period July 2006 to May 2012.
The management has planned to carry out two hours load shedding at 116 feeders which have below ten percent line losses, he said and informed that four hours load shedding would be carried out at 79 feeders which have 20 to 30 percent line loss.
He said that if the direct hook culture is curbed the line loss and loadshedding would reduce considerably.