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Effect of Current Transformer Transient Models on the Detection of Traveling Waves

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2 Author(s)
Elhaffar, A. ; student member, IEEE, F1aculty of Engineering, Garyounis University, Libya; TKK, D.Sc. Researcher, Helsinki University of Technology, Power Systems and High Voltage Engineering, P.O.Box 3000, FIN-02015 HUT, Finland, Tel. +358 9 4512422, Fax +358 9 4515012, E-mail: ; Lehtonen, M.

The practical implementation of traveling wave fault location depends on the transducer characteristics at high frequency transients as a result of faults and other disturbances In this paper, an experimental study of the current transformer parameters at high frequencies has been carried out. Transfer function has been investigated and calculated. CT parameters have been measured using different methods. The frequency response of the CT has been calculated over a wide range of frequency.

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Power Engineering, 2006 Large Engineering Systems Conference on

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July 2006