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Transmission Line Protection Using Digital Technology

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Transmission Line Protection Using Digital Technology
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Transmission Line Protection Using Digital Technology
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Energy Systems in Electrical Engineering Ser
Transmission Line Protection Using Digital Technology
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Transmission Line Protection Using Digital Technology
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Contents
  • Foreword -- Preface -- About the Book -- Content and Coverage -- Contents -- About the Authors -- 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- 1.1 General Background -- 1.2 Zones of Protection -- 1.3 Requirements of Protection System -- 1.4 Main and Back-up Protection -- 1.5 Protective Relays -- 1.5.1 Electromechanical Relays -- 1.5.2 Static Relays -- 1.5.3 Digital/Numerical Relays -- 1.6 Adaptive Relaying -- 1.7 Research Opportunities in Digital/Numerical Protection of Transmission Lines -- 1.7.1 High Resistance Ground Faults on Single Infeed Transmission Lines -- 1.7.2 High Resistance Ground Faults on Double Infeed Transmission Lines -- 1.7.3 Simultaneous Open Conductor and Ground Fault on Parallel Transmission Lines -- 1.7.4 Inter-circuit Faults on Parallel Transmission Lines -- 1.7.5 Simultaneous Open Conductor and Ground Fault on Series Compensated Parallel Transmission Lines -- 1.7.6 Inter-circuit Faults on Series Compensated Parallel Transmission Lines -- 1.7.7 Phase Faults on Series Compensated Double Infeed Transmission Lines -- 1.8 Objectives of Present Work -- 1.9 Organization of Thesis -- References -- 2 Distance Relaying Algorithm for a Single Line-To-Ground Fault on Single Infeed Transmission Lines -- Abstract -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Distance Protection of Transmission Lines -- 2.3 Stepped Distance Characteristic of a Distance Relay -- 2.4 Problem of Fault Resistance in Distance Protection -- 2.5 Techniques Used in Commercial Relays and Their Problems -- 2.6 Current State of the Art -- 2.7 Performance of the Conventional Digital Distance Relay -- 2.8 New Digital Distance Relaying Algorithm -- 2.9 Experimental Test Setup -- 2.9.1 Development of Experimental Test Setup -- 2.9.2 Results of Test Setup -- 2.10 Simulation Results -- 2.10.1 High Resistance Faults -- 2.10.2 Sensitivity During Close-in Faults
  • 2.10.3 Discrimination Between In-Zone and Out-Zone Faults -- 2.10.4 Effect of Variations in Short-Circuit Capacity of Source -- 2.10.5 Effect of Change in Power Factor -- 2.11 Advantages of the Proposed Algorithm -- 2.12 Conclusion -- References -- 3 Digital Distance Relaying Scheme for Compensation of High Resistance Faults on Double Infeed Transmission Lines -- Abstract -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Ground Faults on Double Infeed Transmission Lines -- 3.3 Problem of Remote Infeed for Double Infeed Transmission Lines -- 3.4 Techniques Used in Commercial Relays and Their Problems -- 3.5 Current State of the Art -- 3.6 Analysis of Ground Faults on Double Infeed Transmission Lines -- 3.6.1 Impedance Measured by the Conventional Ground Distance Relaying Scheme -- 3.6.2 Impedance Measured by the Proposed Scheme -- 3.7 Results and Discussions -- 3.7.1 Single Line-to-Ground Fault -- 3.7.2 Double Line-to-Ground Fault -- 3.7.3 Triple Line-to-Ground Fault -- 3.7.4 Simultaneous Open Conductor and Ground Fault -- 3.8 Conclusion -- References -- 4 Digital Distance Relaying Scheme for Parallel Transmission Lines During Inter-circuit Faults -- Abstract -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Self and Mutual Impedances of Transmission Lines -- 4.3 Formula for Mutual Impedance -- 4.4 Estimation of Mutually Coupled Voltages for Parallel Transmission Lines -- 4.5 Analysis of Mutually Coupled Parallel Transmission Lines -- 4.6 Inter-circuit Faults on Parallel Transmission Lines -- 4.7 Techniques Used in Commercial Relays and Their Problems -- 4.8 Current State of the Art -- 4.9 Inter-circuit Faults on Parallel Transmission Lines -- 4.9.1 Phase-to-Phase Inter-circuit Fault -- 4.9.2 Phase-to-Phase-to-Ground Inter-circuit Fault -- 4.10 Analysis of Inter-circuit Faults on Parallel Transmission Lines -- 4.10.1 Impedance Measured by the Conventional Ground Distance Relay
  • 4.10.2 Impedance Measured by the Proposed Scheme -- 4.11 Results and Discussions -- 4.11.1 Phase-to-Phase Inter-circuit Fault -- 4.11.2 Phase-to-Phase-to-Ground Inter-circuit Fault -- 4.12 Advantages of the Proposed Scheme -- 4.13 Conclusion -- References -- 5 Digital Distance Relaying Scheme for Series-Compensated Parallel Lines During Simultaneous Open Conductor and Ground Fault -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Series Capacitors: Theory and Operation -- 5.2.1 Aim of Series Compensation -- 5.2.2 Series-Compensated Transmission Line -- 5.2.3 Series Capacitor Bypass Systems -- 5.2.4 Operation of Series Capacitor Bypass Systems -- 5.2.5 Series Compensation Model -- 5.3 Protection Issues of Series-Compensated Lines -- 5.3.1 Malfunctioning of Distance Relay -- 5.3.2 Subsynchronous Resonance -- 5.3.3 Voltage Inversion -- 5.3.4 Current Inversion -- 5.4 Techniques Used in Commercial Relays and Their Problems -- 5.5 Current State-of-the-Art -- 5.6 Simultaneous Open Conductor and Ground Fault on Series-Compensated Parallel Transmission Lines -- 5.6.1 Simultaneous Open Conductor and Ground Fault -- 5.6.2 Linearized Equivalent Model of SC/MOV -- 5.6.3 Effect of Mutual Coupling for Simultaneous Open Conductor and Ground Fault -- 5.6.4 Effect of Simultaneous Open Conductor and Ground Fault -- 5.7 Analysis of Simultaneous Open Conductor and Ground Fault -- 5.7.1 Impedance Measured by the Conventional Scheme -- 5.7.2 Impedance Measured by the Proposed Scheme -- 5.8 Results and Discussions -- 5.8.1 Change in Fault Location and Power Transfer Angle -- 5.8.2 Variation in Zero-Sequence Mutual Coupling Impedance -- 5.8.3 Change in Degree of Compensation -- 5.8.4 Change in Fault Resistance -- 5.8.5 Close-in and Remote End Faults -- 5.8.6 SC/MOV and Proposed Scheme Performance During Fault -- 5.9 Advantages of the Proposed Scheme -- 5.10 Conclusion -- References
  • 6 Digital Distance Relaying Scheme for Series Compensated Parallel Transmission Lines During Inter-circuit Faults -- Abstract -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Inter-circuit Faults on Series Compensated Parallel Transmission Lines -- 6.2.1 Phase-to-Phase Inter-circuit Fault -- 6.2.2 Phase-to-Phase-to-Ground Inter-circuit Fault -- 6.3 Protection Issues of Series Compensated Parallel Lines -- 6.3.1 Linearized Equivalent Model of SC/MOV -- 6.3.2 Voltage/Current Inversion Phenomena -- 6.3.3 Effect of Mutual Coupling for Inter-circuit Faults -- 6.3.4 Effect of Inter-circuit Faults -- 6.4 Analysis of Inter-circuit Faults on Series Compensated Parallel Transmission Lines -- 6.4.1 Impedance Measured by the Conventional Ground Distance Relay -- 6.4.2 Impedance Measured by the Proposed Scheme -- 6.5 Results and Discussions -- 6.5.1 Phase-to-Phase Inter-circuit Fault -- 6.5.2 Phase-to-Phase-to-Ground Inter-circuit Fault -- 6.6 Advantages of the Proposed Scheme -- 6.7 Conclusion -- References -- 7 Digital Distance Relaying Scheme for Phase Faults on Double Infeed Transmission Lines -- Abstract -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Phase-to-Phase Fault on Series Compensated Double Infeed Transmission Line -- 7.2.1 Equivalent Circuit for Phase-to-Phase Fault -- 7.2.2 Goldsworthy's Linearized Model for SC/MOV Parallel Combination -- 7.2.3 Voltage/Current Inversion Phenomena -- 7.2.4 Effect of Phase-to-Phase Fault -- 7.3 Analysis of Phase-to-Phase Fault -- 7.3.1 Impedance Measured by the Conventional Phase Distance Relay -- 7.3.2 Impedance Measured by the Proposed Scheme -- 7.4 Results and Discussions -- 7.4.1 Phase-to-Phase Fault -- 7.4.2 Three-Phase Fault -- 7.4.3 Phase Faults Involving Ground Path -- 7.5 Advantages of the Proposed Scheme -- 7.6 Conclusion -- References -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- Appendix C -- Appendix D -- Appendix E -- Appendix F
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