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Calculation of Critical Distance in Faulted Meshed Power System - cover

Calculation of Critical Distance in Faulted Meshed Power System

Dr. Hidaia Mahmood Alassouli

Publisher: Dr. Hidaia Mahmood Alassouli

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Faults studies form an important part of power system analysis. The problem consists of determining bus voltages and line currents during various types of faults. If the fault location is known the problem can be easily solved. But if the fault location is unknown, it is difficult to solve the problem. If the fault location is known the problem can be easily solved. But if the fault location is unknown, it is difficult to solve the problem. There were attempts to find the critical distance of a fault that will cause certain per-defined voltage dip at certain bus, and the problem was easy to be solved in radial systems, but yet non of the existing researches could provide proper solution for finding the critical distance of the fault at certain line that will cause predefined voltage dip magnitude at certain bus in meshed power system.  The paper provided proper solution based in Gauess Seidal to find the critical distance in meshed power system
Available since: 05/24/2021.
Print length: 18 pages.

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