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A Simulator for Calculating Normal Induced Voltage on Communication Line
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 Title & Authors
A Simulator for Calculating Normal Induced Voltage on Communication Line
Heo, Jeong-Yong; Seo, Hun-Chul; Lee, Soon-Jeong; Kim, Yoon Sang; Kim, Chul-Hwan;
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 Abstract
The current flowing through the overhead transmission lines causes induced voltage on the communication lines, which can be prevented by calculating the induced voltage at the planning stage for overhead transmission line installment through an agreement between the communication and electric power companies. The procedures to calculate the induced voltages, however, are complicated due to the variety of parameters and tower types of the overhead transmission lines. The difficulty necessitates the development of a simulator to measure the induced voltage on the communication lines. This paper presents two simulators developed for this purpose; one using the Data Base (DB) index method and the other using the Graphic User Interface (GUI) method. The simulators described in this paper have been implemented by the EMTP (Electromagnetic Transient Program).
 Keywords
Communication line;EMTP;Induced voltage;Simulator;Transmission lines;
 Language
English
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