Ground Loop Impedance of Long EHV Cable Lines

Teruo Ohno, Claus Leth Bak, Thomas K. Sørensen

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The distance protection scheme without communication is often applied to the backup protection of EHV cable lines. For a reliable operation of a ground distance relay, the ground loop impedance of EHV cable lines needs to have a linear relationship to the distance from the relay location to the fault
The discontinuity of the ground loop impedance at cross-bonding points may have an ill effect on the reliable operation of the ground distance relay. However, the cause and parameters of the discontinuity and its effects on the ground distance relay protection have not been discussed in literature.
Through the calculation of the ground loop impedance for cable lines, it has been found that, for long EHV cable lines, the reliable operation of the ground distance relay is possible with a typical relay setting. Effects of parameters, such as substation grounding, cable layouts and transposition, are also found
through the analysis.
TitelProceedings of Western Protective Relay Conference 2012
Antal sider12
Publikationsdatookt. 2012
StatusUdgivet - okt. 2012
BegivenhedWestern Protective Relay Conference 2012 - Spokane, Washington, USA
Varighed: 16 okt. 201218 okt. 2012


KonferenceWestern Protective Relay Conference 2012
BySpokane, Washington

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