Intelligent two-port numerical algorithm for transmission lines disturbance records analysis

Zoran Radojević, Vladimir Terzija

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    This paper presents a new intelligent numerical algorithm for analysis of transmission lines disturbance records. The algorithm improves the existing methodologies for fault location, adaptive autoreclosure, detailed disturbance records analysis, and fault data management. It is based on the processing of voltages and currents recorded at both of the line terminals. The algorithm does not require synchronized sampling of data from the line terminals. The proposed algorithm is derived in the spectral domain and is based on the application of the discrete Fourier transform. In the algorithm development, the fault arc is included in the complete fault model. One of advanced algorithm features is ability to determine both the arc and the fault/tower-footing resistance. The algorithm is thoroughly tested using EMTP simulation and real data records. © 2007 Springer-Verlag.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)323-330
    Number of pages7
    JournalElectrical Engineering: Archiv fuer Elektrotechnik
    Issue number5
    Publication statusPublished - May 2008


    • Adaptive protection
    • Autoreclosure
    • Disturbance records
    • Electrical arc
    • Fault location
    • Fault resistance
    • Spectral analysis
    • Transmission lines
    • Unsynchronized/synchronized sampling


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