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Study on Optimal Phase Arrangement Considering the Characteristics of Inductive Interference from Overhead Transmission Lines

가공송전선 유도장해 특성을 고려한 최적 상배열 연구

Kang, Kyung-Doo;Kim, Jin-Gyu
강경두;김진규

  • Received : 2018.08.28
  • Accepted : 2018.12.06
  • Published : 2019.01.01

Abstract

The domestic overhead transmission lines use a vertical configuration and reverse phase arrangement, but when there is a limitation in steel tower height because the transmission lines pass a height limit zone or special zone, an application of triangular arrangement is necessary, and a study on the optimal phase arrangement to minimize inductive interference for this is necessary. If conductor arrangement are changed, the action of electrostatic induction and electromagnetic induction becomes different from before changes, so the changed conductor arrangement should be reviewed in terms of inductive interference. So this paper presents an optimal phase arrangement to reduce inductive interference by calculating electrostatic induction and electromagnetic induction according to conductor arrangement.

Keywords

Inductive interference;Phase arrangements;Electrostatic induction;Electromagnetic induction

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