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A Boundary Protection for Power Distribution Line Based on Equivalent Boundary Effect
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A Boundary Protection for Power Distribution Line Based on Equivalent Boundary Effect
Zhang, Xin; Mu, Long-Hua;
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 Abstract
A boundary protection method for power distribution line based on equivalent boundary effect is presented in this paper. In the proposed scheme, the equivalent resonance component with a certain central frequency is sleeve-mounted at the beginning of protected zone. The `Line Boundary` is built by using boundary effect, which is created by introducing impedance in the primary-side of line. The `Line Boundary` is significantly different from line wave impedance. Therefore, the boundary protection principle can be applied to power distribution line without line traps. To analyze the frequency characteristic corresponding to traveling-waves of introducing impedance in the primary-side of line, distributed parameters model of equivalent resonance component is established. The results of PSCAD/EMTDC simulation prove the obvious difference of voltage high frequency component between internal faults and external faults due to equivalent resonance component, and validate the scheme.
 Keywords
Equivalent boundary effect;Equivalent resonance component;Power distribution line;Boundary protection;
 Language
English
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