Why are shunt reactors connected at the receiving end of long transmission line system:

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Why are shunt reactors connected at the receiving end of long transmission line system:

(1) To increase the terminal voltage

(2) To compensate voltage rise caused by capacitive charging at light load

(3) To improve power factor

(4) None of these

Why are shunt reactors connected at the receiving end of long transmission line system: To compensate voltage rise caused by capacitive charging at light load

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