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A Novel Fault Location Scheme on Korean Electric Railway System Using the 9-Conductor Representation
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 Title & Authors
A Novel Fault Location Scheme on Korean Electric Railway System Using the 9-Conductor Representation
Lee, Chang-Mu; Lee, Han-Sang; Yoon, Dong-Hee; Lee, Han-Min; Song, Ji-Young; Jang, Gil-Soo; Han, Byung-Moon;
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 Abstract
This paper presents a novel fault location scheme on Korean AC electric railway systems. On AC railway system, because of long distance, 40[km] or above, between two railway substations, a fault location technique is very important. Since the fault current flows through the catenary system, it must be modeled exactly to analyze the fault current magnitude and fault location. In this paper, suggesting the novel scheme of fault location, a 9-conductor modeling technique including boost wires and impedance bonds is introduced based on the characteristics of Korean AC electric railway. After obtaining a 9-conductor modeling, the railway system is constructed for computer simulation by using PSCAD/EMTDC. By case studies, we can verify superiority of a new fault location scheme and propose a powerful model for fault analysis on electric railway systems.
 Keywords
Fault analysis;Boost wire;Korea AC electric railway system; Fault current ratio;
 Language
English
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