Parameter determination for modeling system transients-Part I: overhead lines

  title={Parameter determination for modeling system transients-Part I: overhead lines},
  author={J. A. Franco Mart{\'i}nez and Bjrn Gustavsen and D. Durbak},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery},
Overhead line parameters are calculated, taking into account the length of the line and the frequency range of the transient to be simulated. Depending on the frequency range and the origin of the transient, several parts of the line (phase conductors, shield wires, towers or poles, footing impedances, insulators) have to be included in the model. In all cases, the most important part is phase conductors. This paper describes an input requirement for obtaining electric overhead line parameters… CONTINUE READING
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