Efficient Fault Detection in Power Transmission: A Review of Three-Phase Line Fault Detection with Hybrid Energy using MATLAB

Year : 2024 | Volume :01 | Issue : 01 | Page : 42-47
By

    Sagar Chaudhari

  1. Varad Gurav

  2. Chinmay Upasani

  3. Suraj Ghule

  4. Sharad S. Patil

  1. Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, NBN Singhad College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  2. Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, NBN Singhad College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  3. Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, NBN Singhad College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  4. Student, Department of Electrical Engineering, NBN Singhad College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  5. Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, NBN Singhad College of Engineering, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Abstract

In urban regions, the density of power demand has significantly increased recently. Large-scale subterranean power cable installations are beginning to take the place of overhead transmission lines everywhere in the world because of environmental concerns in highly populated areas. The present project’s primary objective is to use MATLAB to create a simulation model that includes 3ph symmetrical and unsymmetrical defects. Some have proven to be effective in detecting errors while the system is operating. With a few exceptions there hasn’t been much research on fault location methods for line-selection devices in industrial systems that aren’t grounded, including those running at 35 kV and lower.This document describes how to handle MATLAB programming, which is used to create gearbox line models and reenact various problems using tool compartments. Numerous types of defects have been analysed, and the results show up in the simulation output. Examples of these include control, voltage, and current, as well as the positive, negative, and zero grouping parts of the voltage and current output. Consequently, utility is being requested to improve the precision of fault location and fault section discrimination in integrated transmission lines.

Keywords: Fault detection, 3 phase transmission line, solar and wind energy, matlab simulation

[This article belongs to International Journal of Electrical Power and Machine Systems(ijepms)]

How to cite this article: Sagar Chaudhari, Varad Gurav, Chinmay Upasani, Suraj Ghule, Sharad S. Patil , Efficient Fault Detection in Power Transmission: A Review of Three-Phase Line Fault Detection with Hybrid Energy using MATLAB ijepms 2024; 01:42-47
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Received October 24, 2023
Accepted December 21, 2023
Published February 21, 2024