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Nouri, H.; Jalili, F.; Boxshall, T.; Power Systems, Electronics & Control Research Lab (2015)
Publisher: Science and Engineering Publishing Company
Languages: English
Types: Article
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arxiv: Computer Science::Hardware Architecture, Computer Science::Operating Systems, Computer Science::Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing
ACM Ref: Hardware_PERFORMANCEANDRELIABILITY
This paper evaluates the results of a microprocessor based fault locator employed on a laboratory power system model with those obtained within EMTP/ATP simulations. The Discrete Fourier Transform concept is used to extract the fundamental frequency components of the voltage and current waveforms under fault and the reactance based method to locate the fault. The results suggest a close correlation between the experimental and simulation studies for all fault types.
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    • [7]. H.  Nouri  and  C.  Wang,  “A  Fast  Fault  Classification  Technique  for  Power  Systems”,  International  Journal  of  Advanced 
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