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000000252 100__ $$aWiszniewski, A$$uWroclaw University of Technology, Poland
000000252 245__ $$aHow to Reduce Errors of Distance Fault Locating Algorithms
000000252 260__ $$c1981-12-12
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000000252 500__ $$aIEEE Transactions on Power Apparatus and Systems, Vol. PAS-100, No. 12 December 1981, pp. 4815-4820
000000252 520__ $$aDistance fault locating digital algorithms are often based on the processing of fundamental components which are contained in the currents and Voltages. If the extraction of these components is done by means of correlating the signals with sine/cosine functions of the fundamental frequency, and the data window is shorter then one period, the presence of aperiodic components in the signals gives rise to large errors. The paper suggests, that to reduce the errors the signals ought to be correlated with sine/cosine functions which have periods equal to the data window length.
000000252 6531_ $$afault location
000000252 6531_ $$aprotection
000000252 6531_ $$adigital algorithms
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