lumped impedance

lumped impedance

[′ləmpt im′pēd·əns]
(electromagnetism)
An impedance concentrated in a single component rather than distributed throughout the length of a transmission line.
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In Endrenyi's [3] approach, considering a series of identical spans, the tower impedances and overhead ground wires are reduced to an equivalent lumped impedance. Verma and Mukhedkar [4] included the mutual coupling between the neutral conductors and the phase conductors.
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