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—This paper presents a new numerical algorithm for fault location on transmission lines. It does not require line parameters, which is a radical step forward compared to the existing approaches, which require this information, so the algorithm can be considered as a settings-free algorithm. Line parameters are only approximately constant; they differ with(More)
In this paper a new numerical algorithm for fault distance calculation and arcing fault recognition, based on one terminal data and derived in the time domain, is presented. The algorithm is derived for the case of most frequent single-phase line to ground fault. The faulted phase voltage is modelled as a serial connection of the fault resistance and the(More)
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