ENG  Vol.12 No.7 , July 2020
Can Electricity Be New?
Abstract: A new electrical power transmission system using a single wire only is described. One hundred and twenty years on the globe, two or three wires systems work. The new method does not use the ground to transmit energy. The wire may be in air, in land, or in water. One-wire method will reduce the cost of lines several times. The global changes like these will require to change the long-established of scientific and technical approaches. Even considering that the single-wire method has tremendous economic and technical advantages, changing concepts and consciousness is always a long and painful process. In article is shown all new blocs, necessary to go to one wire method. All methods and blocks were checked by simulations and system models developing.
Cite this paper: Bank, M. (2020) Can Electricity Be New?. Engineering, 12, 487-495. doi: 10.4236/eng.2020.127034.

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