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An Adaptive Fault Location Technique Based on PMU for Transmission Line

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4 Author(s)
Fan Chunju ; Dep. of Electrical Engineering Shanghai JiaoTong University Shanghai 200030, China ; Du Xiuhua ; Li Shengfang ; Yu Weiyong

A new adaptive fault location technique based on Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU) for transmission line is presented in this paper. Voltage and current phasors of both terminals of the transmission line are obtained through PMU. The online parameter-calculation algorithm is adopted to obtain the practical operating parameters when fault occurs, solving the problems that parameters provided by electric power company is different from the practical parameters because of the running environment and the operation history. The suddenly changed voltage and current are utilized to obtain suddenly changed positive voltage and current components to solve the system's impedance at the fault time. The on-line calculated system's impedance and parameters of the line are employed in the fault location equation and the fault location accuracy is high. The proposed fault location method is applied in single transmission line, parallel transmission line as well as teed transmission line. Extensive EMTP simulations as well as practical system data testing results have shown that the proposed technique accurately locate the fault point adaptively, not influenced by factors such as operation mode, fault resistance at fault point, fault type, prefault load and fault distance.

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Power Engineering Society General Meeting, 2007. IEEE

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24-28 June 2007