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The impact of a “fuse blow” scheme on overhead distribution system reliability and power quality

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2 Author(s)
O'Meally, C.A. ; Quanta Technol., Raleigh, NC ; Burke, J.

This paper addresses the impact of a fuse blow philosophy on long lines commonly found in rural electric utilities as well as shorter lines which are ubiquitous in more urban areas. It also assesses the differences in the impact of these schemes in terms of both power quality (momentaries) and reliability issues. Detailed analysis of the impact on the utility system is presented and discussed.

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Rural Electric Power Conference, 2009. REPC '09. IEEE

Date of Conference:

26-29 April 2009

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