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A 20-MVA, 6.6-kV, 3-phase alternator is connected to a 3-phase transmission line. The per unit positive-sequence, negative-sequence and zero-sequence impedances of the alternator are j0.1, j0.1 and j0.04 respectively. The neutral of the alternator is connected to ground through an inductive reactor of j0.05 p.u. The per unit positive-, negative- and zero-sequence impedances of transmission line are j0.1, j0.1 and j0.3, respectively. All per unit values are based on the machine ratings. A solid ground fault occurs at one phase of the far end of the transmission line. The voltage of the alternator neutral with respect to ground during the fault is 

(A) 513.8 V (B) 889.9 V (C) 1112.0 V (D) 642.2 V

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A 20-MVA, 6.6-kV, 3-phase alternator is connected to a 3-phase transmission line. The per unit positive-sequence, negative-sequence and zero-sequence impedances of the alternator are j0.1, j0.1 and j0.04 respectively. The neutral of the alternator is connected to ground through an inductive reactor of j0.05 p.u. The per unit positive-, negative- and zero-sequence impedances of transmission line are j0.1, j0.1 and j0.3, respectively. All per unit values are based on the machine ratings. A solid ground fault occurs at one phase of the far end of the transmission line. The voltage of the alternator neutral with respect to ground during the fault is 642.2 V

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