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2014 (Vol. 7, Issue: 9)
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Survey of Induced Voltage and Current Phenomena in GIS Substation

Seyed Mohammad Hassan Hosseini, Hamed Imani and Ghasem Nourirad
Corresponding Author:  Seyed Mohammad Hassan Hosseini 

Key words:  Gas insulated substation (GIS), induct current, induced voltage, , , ,
Vol. 7 , (9): 1729-1733
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February 27, 2017 May 07, 2013 March 05, 2014
Abstract:

Induced capacitive voltage and current in high voltage GIS substation is one of the most significant phenomena that may have made some problems in this substation operation. At this study the various equipment of 420 KV Karoon4 substations such as powerhouses, input and output lines, bus-bar and bus-duct have simulated by applying EMTP-RV software. Then with the different condition of single-phase and three-phase faults on the lines in critical conditions, capacitive induction voltage and current by parallel capacitor with circuit breaker is surveyed. The results show the value of this induced current and voltage and that this critical conditions the breakers and dis-connector switches must be able to interrupt this value of current.
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Seyed Mohammad Hassan Hosseini, Hamed Imani and Ghasem Nourirad, 2014. Survey of Induced Voltage and Current Phenomena in GIS Substation.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 7(9): 1729-1733.
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