Automatic Fault Detection and Auto Reset on Temporary Fault of Three Phase System
Suraj S. Shinde, Vajid Rajjak Shaikh, Ajinkya Dattatray Phadtare
Automatic fault detect, L-G Fault, L-L Fault, sensing the fault automatically and disconnect the fault automatically.
The Electric Power System is divided into many different sections. One of which is the transmission system, where power is transmitted from generating stations and substations via transmission lines into consumers. Both methods could encounter various types of malfunctions is usually referred to as a “Fault”. Fault is simply defined as a number of undesirable but unavoidable incidents can temporarily disturb the stable condition of the power system that occurs when the insulation of the system fails at any point. Moreover, if a conducting object comes in contact with a bare power conductor, a short circuit, or fault, is said to have occurred. The causes of faults are many, they include lighting, wind damage, trees falling across transmission lines, vehicles or aircraft colliding with the transmission towers or poles, birds shorting lines or vandalism. In this study, the causes and effects of faults in the overhead transmission lines were the focus of the research.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 252 - 254
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