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An investigated reactive power measurements-based fault-identification scheme for teed transmission lines
Authors: Ghada M. Amer, Mohamed ibrahim zaki, Ragab A. El-Sehiemy, Fathy M. Abo El Enin
Year: 2021
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The process of fault-identification in teed transmission lines (TTLs) has considerable attention in recent years. In this line, this paper proposes a novel scheme for fault detection, classification and faulted-phase/s identification on the basis of reactive-power components of TTLs. The current and voltage measurements are collected from a single-end measuring system of teed circuits. Based on the filtering of measured currents and voltages signals using improved recursive wavelet transform, the reactive-power measurements are computed. Thereafter, the Wavelet Multi-Resolution Analysis Technique (WMRAT) is employed for decomposition of reactive-power measurements. An improved recursive wavelet (IRW) transform that has good time-frequency characteristics is proceed to remove dc offsets and harmonics from the measured signals. The ATP/EMTP package and MATLAB program are used to simulate the faulted cases and verify of operating the proposed fault-identification scheme. Simulation outcomes show that the proposed scheme has the capability to detect and classify different fault types in TTLs. The presented scheme is designated to be insensitive to different fault resistances, different fault locations, and inception angles. In addition, the proposed scheme is also tested under different technical aspects such as different sampling rates, different locations of the single-end measuring system, loading change and source parameters variation. The superiority of reactive-power compared with active power measurements during faults occurrence is also investigated to show the notability of the proposed scheme. The obtained results corroborate that the proposed scheme can be correctly identified different fault types and locations along the line.

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