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The FRTU-Based Intelligent Fault Location Determination Strategy in Ubiquitous Based Distribution Systems
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 Title & Authors
The FRTU-Based Intelligent Fault Location Determination Strategy in Ubiquitous Based Distribution Systems
Ko, Yun-Seok;
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 Abstract
This paper proposes a FRTU-based intelligent fault distance determination strategy in which each FRTU is able to avoid multiple estimations and reduce the level of estimation error by utilizing heuristic rules driven by voltage and current information collected by 1:1 communication with other FRTUs from the same zone in a ubiquitous-based distribution system. In the proposed method, each FRTU, at first, determines a fault zone and a fault path on the faulted zone based on the proposed heuristic rules which use its current data and the voltage data of its neighboring FRTUs as input data. Next, it determines the fault distance from its position based on the fault current estimated from the current data of the neighboring FRTUs. Finally, in order to prove the effectiveness of the proposed method, the diverse fault cases are simulated in several positions of the typical distribution system using the EMTP.
 Keywords
Distribution System;FRTU;Fault Location;DAS;Ubiquitous-based System;
 Language
English
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