in electrical engineering, the Ferranti effect is the increase in voltage occurring at the receiving end of a very long AC electric power transmission line, relative to the voltage at the sending end, when the load is very small, or no load is connected. It can be stated as a factor, or as a percent increase.
in this, there is an increase in voltage of approximately 2 volts at receiving end
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