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Set No.

Code No: RR320205

III B.Tech II Semester Regular Examinations, Apr/May 2007


POWER SYSTEMS-III
(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks

1. Two stations are connected together by an underground cable having a surge impedance of 60ohms joined to an overhead line with a surge impedance of 400ohms.
If a surge having a maximum value of 100KV travels along the cable towards the
junction with the over head line, determine the value of the reflected and transmitted waves of voltage and current at the junction.
[4+4+4+4]
2. Describe the construction and working principle of a zinc oxide gapless arrester
with a neat sketch.
[8+8]
3. (a) What are the different types of circuit breakers when the arc-quenching medium
is the criterion? Mention the voltage for which a particular range of circuit
breaker is recommended.
[4+4]
(b) Discuss the recovery rate theory and energy balance theory of arc interruption
in a circuit breaker.
[4+4]
4. (a) Explain the Phenomenon of current chopping in a circuit breaker. What
measures are taken to reduce it.
[4+4]
(b) A circuit interrupts the magnetizing current of a 100MVA transformer at
220kV. The magnetizing current is 5% of the full load current. Determine
the maximum voltage which may appear across the Gap of the breaker when
the magnetizing current is interrupted at 53% of its peak value. The stray
capacitance is 2500 microfarad. The inductance is 30H.
[8]
5. (a) An 11 KV,100MVA generator is grounded through a resistance of 6 ohms The
C.T.s have a ratio 1000/5.The relay is set to operate when there is an out
of balance current of 1 A. What percentage of the generator winding will be
protected by the percentage differential scheme of protection.
[8]
(b) What is Buckhholz relay? Discuss its working principle.

[4+4]

6. (a) Where are the relays having extremely inverse and very inverse characteristics
used? What types of characteristics are used for protecting rectifiers, and for
replacement of fuses?
[4+4]
(b) Explain how the mho characteristic realized using a sampling comparator? [8]
7. (a) A 11KV, 100MVA alternator is grounded through a resistance of 5. The
C.T.s have a ratio 1000/5. The relay is set to operate when there is an out
of balance current of 1A. What percentage of the generator winding will be
protected by the percentage differential scheme of protection?
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(b) A 11KV,100MVA alternator is provided with differential protection. The percentage of winding to be protected against phase to ground fault is 85%. The
relay is set to operate when there is 20% of out of balance current. Determine
the value of the resistance to be placed in the neutral to ground connection.
[8+8]
8. (a) Explain how the selection of current and time settings is done in a time current
graded system.
[8]
(b) Give schemes of protection for a parallel feeder fed from
i. one end
ii. both the ends.

[4+4]

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Code No: RR320205

III B.Tech II Semester Regular Examinations, Apr/May 2007


POWER SYSTEMS-III
(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks

1. (a) Explain briefly the specification of Traveling waves.


(b) Develop general formula for reflection and refraction co-efficient for a line with
surge impedance Zc terminated by an impedance Z.
[8+4+4]
2. (a) Explain the co-ordination of insulation in EHV system.
(b) Explain with a neat sketch value type lightning arrester.

[8+8]

3. Explain the following with relevant diagrams.


(a) Open fuse
(b) Semi enclosed rewirable fuse.

[4+4+4+4]

4. Explain direct testing of circuit breakers with a neat diagram.

[8+8]

5. (a) What type of protection will you recommend for a power line operating at
i. 11 K.V.
ii. 33 K.V.
iii. 66 K.V.

[2+2+2]

(b) Discuss in detail with relevant diagrams the shaded pole type I.D.M.T. relay
used in practice.
[6+4]
6. (a) Explain the merits and demerits of static relays.
(b) Discuss how an amplitude comparator can be converted into a phase comparator and vice versa.
[8+8]
7. (a) Explain how the inclusion of resistance in the neutral earthing circuit of an
alternator affects the performance of the differential protection of the three
phase stator.
(b) Describe how protection is provided in large turbo alternators against earth
fault in the rotor.
[8+8]
8. (a) Discuss the choice between impedance, reactance and Mho type relays. [2+2+2+2]
(b) Transformer: 5MVA, Y / , X=6%
The transmission line sections AB and BC are to be protected by Mho distance
relays. The system is as shown in the figure8b. If the C.T. ratio is 300/5 and
C.T. ratio is 166000/110V and a 3- short circuit fault of zero impedance
occurs at F, find the impedance seen by the relays and determine the setting
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of the relays for high speed protection of line AB and backup protection for
line BC, when the relays are located at end A.
[8]

Figure 8b

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Code No: RR320205

III B.Tech II Semester Regular Examinations, Apr/May 2007


POWER SYSTEMS-III
(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks

1. Discuss why
(a) A traveling wave is usually represented as a step wave in the analysis.
(b) The inductor transformers are usually connected to the over head line through
short lengths of cable.
[8+8]
2. (a) Distinguish between neutral earthing and equipment earthing .
(b) Explain the necessity of reactance grounding.

[4+4+8]

3. (a) Why is current chopping not a serious problem with vacuum circuit breakers.
(b) How does SF6 breakers differ from an air blast circuit breakers?
(c) What are the possible applications of vacuum circuit breakers?
4. Explain direct testing of circuit breakers with a neat diagram.

[6+6+4]
[8+8]

5. Determine the time of operation of the relays placed at location No. 1 and 2
assuming that fault current is 2000amps,C.T.ratio 200/1, relay 1 set at 100% and
2 at 125%and that the relay No.1 has a time multiplier of 0.2. The time grading
margin between the relays is 0.5. sec for discrimination. Assume the relay to have
2.2 seconds I.D.M.T. Characteristic. As shown in figure 5.
[8+8]

Figure 5
6. (a) Write short notes on an amplitude /pulse width converter as applied in a phase
sensitive amplitude comparator.
[8]
(b) Write short notes on:
i. static sine comparator
ii. integrating type amplitude comparator.
7. (a) Explain a scheme of protection for failure of alternator excitation.

[4+4]
[4+4]

(b) Explain with neat diagram the Merz ? Price protection for generator. [4+4]
8. (a) Discuss the choice between impedance, reactance and Mho type relays. [2+2+2+2]
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(b) Transformer: 5MVA, Y / , X=6%


The transmission line sections AB and BC are to be protected by Mho distance
relays. The system is as shown in the figure8b. If the C.T. ratio is 300/5 and
C.T. ratio is 166000/110V and a 3- short circuit fault of zero impedance
occurs at F, find the impedance seen by the relays and determine the setting
of the relays for high speed protection of line AB and backup protection for
line BC, when the relays are located at end A.
[8]

Figure 8b

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Set No. 4

Code No: RR320205

III B.Tech II Semester Regular Examinations, Apr/May 2007


POWER SYSTEMS-III
(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions
All Questions carry equal marks

1. (a) Explain briefly the specification of Traveling waves.


(b) Develop general formula for reflection and refraction co-efficient for a line with
surge impedance Zc terminated by an impedance Z.
[8+4+4]
2. (a) Explain about neutral grounding practice.
(b) What are the various methods of generator neutral grounding?
(c) What are the requirements of a ground wire for protecting power conductors
against direct lightning stroke?
[4+8+4]
3. Explain the following with relevant diagrams.
(a) Open fuse
(b) Semi enclosed rewirable fuse.

[4+4+4+4]

4. Explain direct testing of circuit breakers with a neat diagram.

[8+8]

5. (a) What is meant by directional feature of a directional over current relay? Describe the construction, principle of operation and application of a directional
over current relay.
[2+2+2+2]
(b) What is the difference between a polarized mho and simple mho relay. What
are self-polarized and cross-polarized mho relays?
[4+4]
6. (a) Where are the relays having extremely inverse and very inverse characteristics
used? What types of characteristics are used for protecting rectifiers, and for
replacement of fuses?
[4+4]
(b) Explain how the mho characteristic realized using a sampling comparator? [8]
7. (a) A 3-phase 66/11 K.V. star delta connected transformer is protected by Merzprice protection scheme The C.T.s on the LT side have a ratio of
420/5 amps.
Show that the C.T.s on the H.T side will have a ratio of 70: 5/ 3
(b) Give various schemes of protection for feeders.

[16]

8. (a) Explain the directional impedance relay by means of its characteristics on R


X plane.
(b) Explain how arc resistance introduces an error in distance measurement.[8+8]

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