Suppose I am running very long 3 phase wye distribution from a generator. At the end of my run I will have great line loss and low voltage so i must increase the voltage at the source. This will then cause an over voltage condition early on in the run. Suppose I terminate my run by splicing the end back into the initial breakout point so that I will have a loop. My initial analysis is that it would effectively double the size of the conductor, reducing line loss, but my conductors would be split between two uneven lengths (close to the source, I would have one very short leg, and one very long leg, while at the farthest point i would have an equal length split between two conductors) Assume both linear and non-linear loads.
Would the load equalize between the uneven conductors?
What kind of effects would this have on the line loss?
Would this introduce any harmonics into the system?
What other factors should i could consider.
If you understand this, would you mind giving me some insight on how to calculate and prove this myself?