Transient Behaviour of High Impedance Protection Applications using for Networks with Distributed Generation

Conference contribution


Publication Details

Author(s): Jäger J, Braisch D, Ramold M, Li S, Krebs R
Title edited volumes: 2005 IEEE Russia Power Tech, PowerTech
Publication year: 2005
Conference Proceedings Title: 2005 IEEE St. Petersburg PowerTech
Pages range: Report 219


Abstract

The presented paper is dealing with protection principles which are preferable applied to networks with distributed generation (DG). A basic physical explanation of the high-impedance protection principle in relation to the low-impedance principle will be given considering the transient behaviour in particular. It can be shown that special requirements on the protection co-ordination for networks with DG can be covered by the high-impedance protection principle. Measurement results of a high current lab confirm the favourable behaviour of the high-impedance protection principle. It was also possible to investigate the transient behaviour of the high-impedance principle under extreme conditions like CT remanence effects. A close correlation between digital simulation and measurement results of the transient behaviour could be achieved during the investigations.


FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Braisch, Dieter Dr.-Ing.
Lehrstuhl für Elektrische Energiesysteme
Jäger, Johann Prof. Dr.
Professur für Elektrische Energieversorgung


External institutions with authors

Siemens AG, Energy Service Division / Energy Sector


How to cite

APA:
Jäger, J., Braisch, D., Ramold, M., Li, S., & Krebs, R. (2005). Transient Behaviour of High Impedance Protection Applications using for Networks with Distributed Generation. In 2005 IEEE St. Petersburg PowerTech (pp. Report 219). St. Petersburg (Russland).

MLA:
Jäger, Johann, et al. "Transient Behaviour of High Impedance Protection Applications using for Networks with Distributed Generation." Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE St. Petersburg PowerTech, St. Petersburg (Russland) 2005. Report 219.

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