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New On-Line Rotor Ground Fault Location Method for Synchronous Machines With Static Excitation Simulation and

analysis of power cable fault and transient message for offshore wind farms Experimental Investigation of an Active Superconducting Current Controller

Current transformer with nanocrystalline alloy core for measurement

Compensating procedures for power quality amplification of AC electrified railway systems using FACTS

A Novel Control Scheme of the Statcom for PowerQuality Improvement in Electrified Railways

Voltage stabilization and reactive compensation using a novel FACTS STATCOM scheme

Unified power flow controller (UPFC): modeling and analysis

Ultra Low Frequency Power-Line Communications Using a Resonator Circuit

Study on Protection Scheme for Traction Transformerof High-Speed Railway

Protection of remotely located motors

Wind-Power Generation
The connection of significant amounts of wind-power generation at a point on the power system (distribution and subtransmission circuits) never designed for the interconnection of generation presents significant technical problems for both the utility and wind-generator consulting engineers. This article highlights these technical problems, many of which have no standard solutions but only choices with undesirable drawbacks.

The Application of Laser and Solar Power Hybrid in Optical-electronic Current Transformer

Development of high frequency circuit model for oil-immersed power transformers and its application for lightning surge analysis
The lightning impulse withstand voltage for an oil-immersed powertransformer is determined by the value of the lightning surge overvoltage generated at the transformer terminal. This overvoltage value has been conventionally obtained through lightning surge analysis using the electromagnetic transients program (EMTP), where the transformer is often simulated by a single lumped capacitance. However, since high frequency surge overvoltages ranging from several kHz to several MHz are generated in an actual system, a transformer circuit model capable of simulating the range up to this high frequency must be developed for further accurate analysis. In this paper, a high frequency circuit model for an oil-immersedtransformer was developed and its validity was verified through comparison with the measurement results on the model winding actually produced. Consequently, it emerged that a high frequency model with three serially connected LC parallel circuits could adequately simulate the impedance characteristics of the winding up to a high frequency range of several MHz. Following lightning surge analysis for a 500 kV substation using this high frequency model, the peak value of the waveform was evaluated as lower than that simulated by conventional lumped capacitance even though the front rising was steeper. This phenomenon can be explained by the charging process of the capacitance circuit inside the transformer. Furthermore, the waveform analyzed by each model was converted into an equivalent standard lightning impulse waveform and the respective peak values were compared. As a result, the peak value obtained by the lumped capacitance simulation was evaluated as relatively higher under the present analysis conditions.

Voltage stability improvement using Sen


This paper covers the modelling of the standard IEEE 14 bus system using the MATLAB package. The basic system is tested under large and small disturbances to study the dynamic behaviour of the system and the stability margins associated with the different configurations of the system. As a suggested solution to increase stability margins of the system, Sentransformer is added, modelled and tested to show the effect of the controller on the different stability margins under both large and small disturbances. Read More