Experimental Results and Technique Evaluation Based on Alienation Coefficients for Busbar Protection Scheme-Part II
R. Abd Allah
R. Abd Allah,  Asst. Prof, Chairman of Department of Electrical Power, Buraydah Colleges, Qassim Region, Saudia Arabia.
Manuscript received on July 30, 2014. | Revised Manuscript received on August 18, 2014. | Manuscript published on August 30, 2014. | PP: 29-36  | Volume-3 Issue-6, August 2014.  | Retrieval Number:  F3279083614/2013©BEIESP

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Abstract: In modern digital power protection systems, statistical coefficients technique is recently used for fault analysis. An alienation technique is developed for busbar protection against all ten types of shunt faults, which may locate in busbar protection zone, under different loading levels, fault resistances and fault inception angle. It does not need any extra equipment as it depends only on the three-line currents measurements, of all feeders connected to the protected busbar, which are mostly available at the relay location. It is able to perform fault detection, fault confirmation, faulty phase selection and determine the fault location in about a half-cycle period. Thus, the alienation technique is well suited for implementation in digital protection schemes. The technique is efficient to detect current transformer saturation conditions without needing any additional algorithm. The effects of DC components and harmonics are eliminated with estimation of alienation coefficients. The proposed scheme is applied for an experimental circuit. LABVIEW program and MATLAB package are used to implement the proposed technique.
Keywords: Busbar protection, Current transformer saturation, Fault detection, Internal and external faults, alienation coefficient, LABVIEW software, MATLAB.