High Transient Based Transmission Line Protection using Artificial Neural Network

Sumit R. Punam, Anand V. Satpute

Abstract


This paper presents a new method based on high transient
fault signal and locating faults on three-terminal power lines.
For high transient based protection line trap design which
tune at normal supply frequency are installed at each end of
multiterminal transmission line. Due to installation of line
trap at each end of line protection of transmission line is
improved. Also Artificial Neural Network (ANN) is utilized
for classifying external and internal fault of transmission line.
Transmission line model design in MATLAB simulink and
successive results obtained using this technique. ANN
successfully classify the fault upto 90 percent fault cases.

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