A5_6 Daisy Chaining

Niamh Topping, Will Butcher, Nikhil Sisodia, Jacob Haywood


In this paper we investigated how many extension leads would needed to be connected in succession for the final output voltage to be half of the initial input in the first cable. Assuming only losses in the wire itself and neglecting current changes and heating of the wire, we found the number of cables needed to be approximately 65.

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