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Analysis on Induced Surge Voltage of Electric Car Line affected by Lightning in Rapid-Transit Railway System
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Analysis on Induced Surge Voltage of Electric Car Line affected by Lightning in Rapid-Transit Railway System
Lee, Sung-Gyen; Lee, Kun-A; Ko, Kwang-Cheol;
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 Abstract
Lightning is one of hazards affecting the rapid-transit railway system. There are two effects, which are direct lightning surge to electric car line and induced lightning surge. Protection methods for the direct lightning surge are studied with various occasions, however, study of induced lightning surge is insufficient in spite of a large or small effects. In this paper, it is analysed the way that serge voltage is induced to electric car line by lightning strikes. By modeling the propagation process and the coupling phenomenon of electromagnetic wave produced by lightning strikes, it is achieved to make integrative circuit model combined with existing electric car model. The study is conducted into three different waveform of electromagnetic wave produced by lightning; rectangular wave, double exponential distribution wave, triangle wave. It is also simulated that the inducing serge is coupled to electric car line in an arbitrary location. The simulation results in that, when rapidly changing rectangular wave is supplied, maximum power is induced to electric car line.
 Keywords
Lighting;Iinduced Lightning Surge;Rapid-Transit Railway System;Electric Car Line;
 Language
Korean
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