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Transient recovery voltage analysis for various current breaking mathematical models: shunt reactor and capacitor bank de-energization study

Autorzy Oramus, P.  Chmielewski, T.  Kuczek, T.  Piasecki, W.  Szewczyk, M. 
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Abstrakty
EN Electric arc is a complex phenomenon occurring during the current interruption process in the power system. Therefore performing digital simulations is often necessary to analyse transient conditions in power system during switching operations. This paper deals with the electric arc modelling and its implementation in simulation software for transient analyses during switching conditions in power system. Cassie, Cassie-Mayr as well as Schwarz-Avdonin equations describing the behaviour of the electric arc during the current interruption process have been implemented in EMTP-ATP simulation software and presented in this paper. The models developed have been used for transient simulations to analyse impact of the particular model and its parameters on Transient Recovery Voltage in different switching scenarios: during shunt reactor switching-off as well as during capacitor bank current switching-off. The selected simulation cases represent typical practical scenarios for inductive and capacitive currents breaking, respectively.
Słowa kluczowe
EN arc modelling   overvoltages studies   EMTP-ATP program   transients analysis  
Wydawca Polish Academy of Sciences, Electrical Engineering Committee
Czasopismo Archives of Electrical Engineering
Rocznik 2015
Tom Vol. 64, nr 3
Strony 441--458
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 23 poz., rys.
Twórcy
autor Oramus, P.
autor Chmielewski, T.
  • ABB Corporate Research Center Starowiślna 13A, 31-038 Kraków, Poland
autor Kuczek, T.
  • ABB Corporate Research Center Starowiślna 13A, 31-038 Kraków, Poland
autor Piasecki, W.
  • ABB Corporate Research Center Starowiślna 13A, 31-038 Kraków, Poland
autor Szewczyk, M.
  • ABB Corporate Research Center Starowiślna 13A, 31-038 Kraków, Poland
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DOI 10.2478/aee-2015-0034