Transmission Line Signals

Published: 25 March 2024| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3kj4zw8jkd.1
Gabriel Fonseca


Fault transmission line signals generated using MatLab. Dataset 1: a) Voltage: 500 kV; b) Line length: 300 km; c) Type of fault: AG, BG, CG, AB, BC, CA, ABG, BCG, CAG, and ABC; d) Distance at which the fault occurred relative to the local bus: 20 km, 150 km, 280 km; e) Fault application angle: varies between 0° and 180° with a step of 10°; f) Fault occurrence resistance: 1 Ω, 50 Ω, 100 Ω; g) Fundamental frequency: 60 Hz; h) Samples per cycle: 256; i) Sampling frequency: 15360 Hz. Example: Filename: sim_Chesf_500_Classifier_LOC3_AB_20_30_1.0000.mat Characteristics: AB fault, distance 20 km, angle of 30°, resistance of 1 Ω Dataset 2: The data are in two variables, voltage and current. The variables have many dimensions, containing the variations. The following explains what each dimension means: #1: the voltage or current signal #2: phase 1-A, 2-B, 3-C #3: fault distance 1-20 km, 2-150 km, 3-280 km #4: fault resistance 1-1 Ω, 2-50 Ω, 3-100 Ω #5: compensation variation 1-0.4, 2-0.5, 3-0.6, 4-0.7 #6: fault angle variation Example: Signal V_AG(:,1,1,1,1,10) Characteristics: voltage signal of phase A of an AG type fault that occurred at 20 km, with a fault resistance of 1 Ω, a compensation rate of 0.4, and a fault angle of 90°.



Universidade Federal de Lavras Departamento de Engenharia


Electricity, Transmission