A delta-connected three-phase source with a positive phase sequence is connected through a transmission line with an impedance of 0.05 +j0.1 Ohm per phase to a wye-connected load with a per-phase impedance of 20 + j8 Ohm. The source voltages are Vab = 208 angular 40 degree V rms, Vbc = 208 angular -80 degree V rms, and Vca = 208 angular -200 degree V rms. Determine the line currents, the magnitude of the line voltage at the load, and the real power loss in the lines.

A delta-connected three-phase source with a positive phase sequence is connected through a transmission line with an impedance of 0.05 +j0.1 Ohm per phase to a wye-connected load with a per-phase impedance of 20 + j8 Ohm. The source voltages are Vab = 208 angular 40 degree V rms, Vbc = 208 angular -80 degree V rms, and Vca = 208 angular -200 degree V rms. Determine the line currents, the magnitude of the line voltage at the load, and the real power loss in the lines.

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