Accurate fault location for power transmission lines
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arxiv: Computer Science::Hardware Architecture
This thesis describes a new accurate fault location technique for power transmission lines. The technique is based on a distributed parameter line model which inherently accounts for line conductor asymmetry and shunt capacitance. The accuracy of the new technique is no... View more
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be'seen'that the·accuracy is not affected by line length; this is a consequence of the fact that the algorithm inherently takes 'account of shunt capacitance. The consistency 'of the new algorithm and its relative :independence of line configuration is also apparent, the magnitude of error always being Iless than 0.6\ for all fault positions.