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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15407/techned2019.02.054


Journal Tekhnichna elektrodynamika
Publisher Institute of Electrodynamics National Academy of Science of Ukraine
ISSN 1607-7970 (print), 2218-1903 (online)
Issue No 2, 2019 (March/April)
Pages 54 – 62

V.F. Syvokobylenko, V.A. Lysenko

Donetsk National Technical University,
sq. Shibankova, 2, Pokrovsk, Donetsk region, 85300, Ukraine,
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Selective ground-fault protection for compensated modes is developed, in which traditional protection due to the influence of Petersen's coil does not provide their selective action. Digital narrowband frequency filters are used, which isolates and amplifies components with a central frequency selected from the range of 150–300 Hz from the voltages and currents of the zero sequence of the network. The results of mathematical modeling have established that at such frequencies the Petersen coil practically does not reduce the capacitive current in the damaged connection when closing to the ground, as is the case at a frequency of 50 Hz. Transmitting functions of the voltage and current filters differ in order to ensure a phase shift of 90 degrees between their output signals. To eliminate the self-excitation of the filters, they are executed in the function of the amplitude of the voltage of the zero sequence. The source protection body reacts to the direction of reactive power, which is defined as the product of the output signals of current and voltage filters. To exclude the representation of the discrete signal to the source organ, the protection is performed by a dual channel. In this case, to each input signal are connected two filters of different types, the output signals which after the cross-multiplication are sad and submit to the bipolar source that fixes the circuit both in the protection zone and out of the area for self-diagnosis. The efficiency of the developed protection is confirmed by the results of mathematical modeling, tests on the laboratory stand and the correctness of the action when supplying the natural signals recorded with the help of digital recorders when closing the ground in real networks. References 10, figures 6, table 1.


Key words: compensated network, ground fault, selective protection, time-consuming filter, current, voltage, zero sequence, reactive power.


Received:    29.01.2018
Accepted:    26.12.2018
Published:  19.02.2019


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