Accurate location of high impedance and temporary faults in radial distribution networks using distributed travelling wave observers
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This thesis addresses a novel method for fault location in radial distribution networks and provides a new vision for the optimal deployment of synchronised voltage travelling wave (TW) observers in distribution networks. The proposed method can locate high impedance and temporary faults. The delay effect of transformers is demonstrated by theory and laboratory tests. A new method to eliminate the transformer’s effect on the accuracy of the fault location algorithm is presented.
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