A novel approach to the distance protection, fault location and arcing faults recognition

Zoran M. Radojević, Hans Jürgen Koglin, Vladimir V. Terzija

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    Abstract

    In this paper a novel two-stage numerical algorithm devoted to fault distance calculation and arcing faults recognition is presented. The first algorithm stage serves for the fault distance calculation. Fault distance is calculated from the fundamental frequency phase voltages and currents phasors, utilizing the positive-and zero-sequence impedance of the line as an input parameter. The second algorithm stage serves for the arc voltage amplitude calculation. It utilizes the fault distance obtained from the first algorithm stage and the third harmonics of the terminal phase voltages and line currents phasors as input parameters. From the calculated value of arc voltage amplitude it can be concluded if the fault is transient arcing fault or permanent arcless fault. The phasors needed for algorithm development are calculated by using the Discrete Fourier Technique. In the paper the solution for the most frequent phase-to-ground faults is given. The results of algorithm testing through computer simulation and processing of real field data records are given. © 2004 IEEE.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication2004 IEEE PES Power Systems Conference and Exposition|IEEE PES Power Syst. Conf. Expos.
    Pages628-634
    Number of pages6
    Volume2
    Publication statusPublished - 2004
    Event2004 IEEE PES Power Systems Conference and Exposition - New York, NY
    Duration: 1 Jul 2004 → …

    Conference

    Conference2004 IEEE PES Power Systems Conference and Exposition
    CityNew York, NY
    Period1/07/04 → …

    Keywords

    • Arcing faults
    • Autoreclosure
    • Distance protection
    • Fault location
    • Numerical protection
    • Spectral analysis

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