Journal of Electrical Engineering : Volume 17 / 2017 - Edition : 2

FAULT ANALYSIS OF FIVE PHASE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM

Authors:
K. P. Prasad Rao
Domain:
industrial electrical power systems
Abstract:
Transmission infrastructure is congested due to a combination of increasing load demands, declining investment, and aging facilities. It is anticipated that significant investments will be required for new construction and upgrades in order to serve load demands. High Phase order transmission system is being well thought-out a possible alternative for increasing the power transmission capacity of overhead electric power transmission. High phase order system will experienced quickly with external or internal faults. When fault current magnitudes are important, it can cause smash up to equipment. It is important to design the power system such as the fault is out-of-the-way quickly to minimize the equipment damage and improve own safety. Fault analysis is the stage to determine the magnitude of the current flowing throughout the power system at assorted time intervals after a fault. In this paper, the different types of fault analysis techniques used to analyze the level of fault in Five Phase Transmission System. This Analysis is used to identify the Level of Protection. MATLAB Simulation results give the wave shape of the fault current.
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