Electrical Engineering Wroclaw University of Technology

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1. Determining of Fault Locations with Hilbert – Huang Transformation on XLPE Cables between Land and Offshore Substations / Bernadić, A ; Leonowicz, Z [ENY-ARTICLE-2014-362]
Using of mathematical transformations and digital signal processing (DSP) methods of recorded voltage and currents in power systems in order to extract important informations about physical processes is already known. [...]
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2. Fault Location in Power Networks with Mixed Feeders using the Complex Space-Phasor and Hilbert-Huang Transform / Bernadić, A ; Leonowicz, Z [http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijepes.2012.04.012] [ENY-ARTICLE-2012-339]
The paper introduces a practical approach to power system fault location in power networks using advanced fault signal processing. [...]
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3. Power line fault location using the Complex Space-Phasor and Hilbert-Huang Transform / Bernadić, A ; Leonowicz, Z [I07/2011/I-024] [ENY-PREPRINT-2011-012]
Fault location finding in power system is very important problem in power system monitoring. [...]
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4. How to Reduce Errors of Distance Fault Locating Algorithms / Wiszniewski, A [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-198]
Distance fault locating digital algorithms are often based on the processing of fundamental components which are contained in the currents and Voltages. [...]
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5. Accurate Location of Faults on Three-Terminal Line with Use of Three-End Unsynchronised Measurements / Izykowski, J ; Rosolowski, E ; Molag, R ; Balcerek, P ; et al [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-157]
This paper presents a new fault location algorithm for three-terminal line utilising unsynchronised measurements of three-end currents and voltages. [...]
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6. A New Fault Location Algorithm for Use with Current Differential Protective Relays of Two-Terminal Line / Izykowski, J ; Rosolowski, E ; Saha, M [ENY-ARTICLE-2008-156]
A new fault location algorithm utilising synchronised measurements of two-end currents and one-end voltage is presented. [...]
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