SFCL and Applications Study for Implementation in Electrical Power System
Keywords:SFCL, fault current, High Temperature Superconductors, high voltage.
The increase in demand and consumption of electricity has led to an increase in system errors. Superconducting Residual Current Limiters (SFCLs) provide ideal performance in the power grid. The concept of superconducting fault current limiters (SFCLs) suggests two types of superconducting materials. First of all Resistive-SFCL (which is inserted directly in series with the circuit to be protected). Second, the inductive SFCL (a transformer shorted by a superconducting tube). We also explore some uses of the proposed SFCLs to limit the fault current that appears in the electrical network. The fault current level has become a major problem in the operation of transmission and distribution systems. Applying the superconducting residual current limiter (SFCL) would not only reduce the load on the equipment in the network, but can also provide a link to improve the reliability of the power system. They also make the electricity grid more efficient and more integrated.
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