Fault Analysis of 9-Bus Test System
V karthik, K Sai Shiva, MD. Idreesh Ali Siddique, Syed Shahabaz Ahmed "Fault Analysis of 9-Bus Test System", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V43(4),194-198 January 2017. ISSN:2231-5381. www.ijettjournal.org. published by seventh sense research group
Fault analysis is an important consideration in power system planning, protection equipment selection, and overall system reliability assessment. At the heart of today’s power generation and distribution are high-voltage transmission and distribution networks. When a fault (e.g., a short circuit) occurs at some point in the network, the normal operating conditions of the system are upset; if the fault is persistent severe loss of load, property damage due to fire or explosion, and steep economic losses can arise as undesirable consequences. Therefore, the correct modelling of components and the correct fault analysis in power systems are critical to ensuring safety and reliability. The aim of the project is to conduct fault analysis both symmetrical and unsymmetrical Faults are studied. Fault analysis enables to determine the change in system parameter due to A fault and the variation is supply by various sources to loads. the analysis enables us to determine the critical and noncritical elements of a power system.
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