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The Effects of the Fault Inception Angle in Fault-Induced Transients on Series Compensated and Non-Compensated Transmission Lines

@inproceedings{Sobrinho2013TheEO,
  title={The Effects of the Fault Inception Angle in Fault-Induced Transients on Series Compensated and Non-Compensated Transmission Lines},
  author={Alexandre Post{\'o}l Sobrinho and Fl{\'a}vio Bezerra Costa and Benemar Alencar Souza},
  year={2013}
}
The fault-induced transient analysis is an important tool for high-speed fault detection, classification, and location. Therefore, the assessment of the effects of fault parameters such as fault location, resistance, and inception angle in fault-induced transients is quite remarkable for fault diagnosis. In addition, series compensation usually causes fails in conventional protective methods and the investigation of the effects of a series capacitor in fault-induced transients is also important… 

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