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Dynamic Line Rating for Overhead Lines​ - Continental Europe

​Based on the need to use more intensively the transmission system infrastructure TSOs have started to investigate which measures are suitable in order to reach this goal.

One of the possible options is the dynamic line rating. This technique allows to gain variable transmission line limits by using environmental cooling or heating conditions as one major input factor.

This report aims to provide an overview of the different ways that TSOs implement this technique in overhead lines.

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