Localização de Faltas Baseada na Teoria das Ondas Viajantes em Linhas de Transmissão de Meio Comprimento de Onda
(Traveling Wave-Based Fault Location on Half-Wavelength Transmission Lines)
Felipe Vigolvino Lopes (email@example.com)1, Bernard Fernandes Küsel (firstname.lastname@example.org)1, Kleber Melo Silva (email@example.com)1
1Universidade de Brasília
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina
Publication Date: Jan. 2016
Volume: 14, Issue: 1
Transmission lines little longer than half-wavelength have been studied as an alternative for power transmission over very long distances. Recent studies about fault location procedures have proved that most impedance-based techniques are not able to correctly identify the fault point in this kind of line. In this paper, the performance of a two-terminal traveling wave-based fault location approach applied to a transmission line little longer than half-wavelength is investigated through simulations in the Alternative Transients Program (ATP), from which several fault scenarios in a 1000 kV AC line 2600 km long are analyzed. The obtained results indicate traveling wave-based approaches are robust to the atypical operation features of half-wavelength power transmission lines, being suitable for fault location applications in this kind of line.
Fault location, Half-wavelength lines, Power System Faults, Transmission lines, Traveling Waves
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