Methods aimed at locating the position where a fault is occurred can be seen as part of a complex measurement system oriented at more general power quality purposes. This paper faces the comparison between two methods recently proposed in literature for fault-location in distribution networks. Making reference to a common distribution system topology, the two methods are applied in order to compare the obtained results and their performances. A possible integration of the two approaches is finally investigated and discussed.

Assessment of Fault Location in Power Distribution Networks

BORGHETTI, ALBERTO;BOSETTI, MAURO;NUCCI, CARLO ALBERTO;PAOLONE, MARIO;PERETTO, LORENZO;SCALA, ELISA;TINARELLI, ROBERTO
2006

Abstract

Methods aimed at locating the position where a fault is occurred can be seen as part of a complex measurement system oriented at more general power quality purposes. This paper faces the comparison between two methods recently proposed in literature for fault-location in distribution networks. Making reference to a common distribution system topology, the two methods are applied in order to compare the obtained results and their performances. A possible integration of the two approaches is finally investigated and discussed.
Proceedings of the 7th Workshop "Angelo Barbagelata" on Power Definitions and Measurements under Non-Sinusoidal Conditions
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A. Borghetti; M. Bosetti; M. Di Silvestro; C.A. Nucci; M. Paolone; L. Peretto; E. Scala; R. Tinarelli
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