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—This paper presents a new method based on the electromagnetic time-reversal (EMTR) theory for locating faults in power networks. The applicability of the EMTR technique to locate faults is first discussed. Using the classical transmission-line equations in the frequency domain, analytical expressions are derived to infer the location of the fault. The(More)
— The paper focuses on the extension to series-compensated multiconductor transmission lines of a new fault location method based on the Electromagnetic Time Reversal (EMTR) theory. The applicability of the EMTR theory to locate faults is first summarized. Then, the paper describes the proposed algorithm to locate faults in multiconductor transmission lines(More)
The paper presents a new method based on the Electromagnetic Time-Reversal (EMTR) for locating faults in power systems. The applicability of the EMTR to electromagnetic transients associated with traveling waves in transmission lines originated by the fault is theoretically demonstrated. A new fault location technique is then proposed and illustrated for a(More)
In this note, we assess the capabilities of publicly reported high-voltage (HV) pulsers and high-power electromagnetic (HPEM) radiators that could be regarded as potential IEMI sources. We are interested in using the methods proposed in the literature to characterize the signals generated by " real " sources for which authors have provided relevant(More)
Retournement temporel (RT) en électromagnétisme, modèles de ligne de transmission améliorés, champ électromagnétique à haute fréquence, systèmes de localisation de la foudre (SLF), méthode des temps d'arrivée, théorie des lignes de transmission. Abstract This thesis deals with the application of electromagnetic time reversal to locating transient(More)
— In this paper, an improved model of the vertical risers of a transmission line is proposed and validated. The proposed improved model, which can be readily implemented in the frame of a classical transmission line formulation, provides accurate results at frequencies much higher than the upper frequency limit of the classical transmission line theory. For(More)
This note studies the propagation of IEMI (Intentional Electromagnetic Interference) signals along power/communication cables. Specifically, the attenuation and distortion of the IEMI signals resulting from conductive and dielectric losses are studied. The presented analysis allows the evaluation of the required propagation distance at which the attenuation(More)
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