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An Aerodynamic Investigation of the Causes of Overhead Electrical Transmission Line Gallop

Overhead electrical transmission lines vibrate due to the action of a prevailing wind. These cable vibrations can be classified into two categories— high-frequency and low-frequency. The high-frequency vibrations, "aeolian" vibrations or "singing wires," is a low-amplitude phenomenon. It has been largely controlled with the use of various mechanical dampers [l, 2],
Date01 April 1973
CreatorsSkousen, Eric Nathan
PublisherBYU ScholarsArchive
Source SetsBrigham Young University
Detected LanguageEnglish
SourceTheses and Dissertations

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