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Research on the Correlation of Control Malfunction with Induced Voltage of Control Signal Line According to Voltage Change of a Power Line
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Research on the Correlation of Control Malfunction with Induced Voltage of Control Signal Line According to Voltage Change of a Power Line
Kang, Dong-Woo; Kim, In-Gun; Ham, Sang-Hwan; Kim, Sung-Yul; Bae, Sungwoo; Kim, Dae-Nyeon; Lee, Ju;
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This induced voltage measurement test and electromagnetic field simulation are related to the possibility of control signal malfunction by power line. Through an experiment, this research analyzed whether the voltage causing control malfunction according to the on/off status of power permitted to power line was induced to control signal line. Also, the research calculated the voltage induced to control signal line and examined the phenomenon by conducting an electro-magnetic field-specific simulation through the finite element method for the cable model used in the experiment.
Control signal line;Induced voltage;Control malfunction;Overall + individual shield ground;
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