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Simulation on Calculation Accuracy of Three Methods for Live Line Measuring the Parameters of Transmission Lines with Mutual Inductance

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Live line measurement methods can reduce the loss of power outages and eliminate interference. There are three live line measurement methods including integral method, differential method and algebraic method. A simulation model of two coupled parallel transmission lines spanning on the same towers is built in PSCAD and the calculation errors of these three methods are compared with different sampling frequencies by using of Matlab. The effect of harmonic on calculation is also involved. The simulation results indicate that harmonic has the least effect on the algebraic method which provides stable result and small error.

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J. Su, R. Zhang, D. Cui, Y. Chai, X. Li, C. Zhang, P. Li, Z. Hu and Y. Hu, "Simulation on Calculation Accuracy of Three Methods for Live Line Measuring the Parameters of Transmission Lines with Mutual Inductance," Energy and Power Engineering, Vol. 5 No. 4B, 2013, pp. 1435-1439. doi: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B272.

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