Study on Transmission Line and Associated Varying Parameters, Devices and Control Algorithms
Keywords:fault current, transmission line, transformer, current transformer.
The transmission line is the most important part of the electricity network. The need for electricity and its affiliations have increased exponentially in modern times and the main task of a transmission line is to transmit electricity from the area of ??origin to the distribution network. The explosion between limited production and huge demands placed more emphasis on reducing power losses. Losses like transmission loss and also conjecture factors as like as physical losses to various technical losses, another reason is that reactive power and voltage difference in the long distance transmission line are of great importance. In essence, fault analysis is a very important topic in network technology in order to eliminate errors in a short time and restore the electrical network as quickly as possible with minimal interruptions. However, detecting errors that interrupt the transmission line is in itself a difficult task to look for errors and improve system reliability. The transmission line is vulnerable to all parameters that connect the entire electrical network. A review of the transmission and associated equipment was described in this study. And it explains the classification and fault detection scheme. This document provides an overview of transmission line failure detection.
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