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High Voltage Transient Analysis (Using PSCAD)

Problem 1

Results : Voltage waveforms -

1.2 Bus Voltage

1.3 Source Voltage

Results: Current waveforms -

1.5 Bus current

1.6 Source current

Comparison of the results between the PACSD simulation results vs. Bewley-Lattice diagram -

 Bewley-Lattice diagram results PSCADSimulation results Time (us) Voltage (kV) Time (us) Voltage (kV) 0 0 0 0 270 96 270 95.64 810 84.48 810 84.22 1350 85.86 1350 85.60

Comparison of simulated results and results obtained from Lattice diagram.

Results obtained from two methods are reasonably agreed with each other.

Bus Voltage Variation

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Problem 2

Results : Voltage waveforms

2.1 Bus voltage

Results: Current waveforms -

2.2 – Line ‘A’ current

2.3 – Line ‘B’ current

2.4 – Line ’C’ current

2.5 – Line ‘D’ current

Comparison of simulated results and results obtained from Lattice diagram.

 Bewley-Lattice diagram PSCAD Simulation Time (µs) Voltage (kV) Time (µs) Voltage (kV) 0 0 0 0 400 42.75 400 42.52 1000 57.42 1000 57.14 1400 76.23 1400 75.89 1600 73.64 1600 73.31 2000 84.9 2000 83.40

Bus Voltage Variation- Bewley Lattice Diagram

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In this case too Results obtained from two methods are reasonably agreed with each other.

Following facts to be taken into account when selecting model parameters,

Better accuracy can be obtained from the PSCAD by setting the project settings to a reduced solution time step value and a lower channel plot step time.

T-Line model in the PSCAD can’t be copy and paste to use for another line. Separate module of T-Line should be created, or when a copied item’s data is changed, the original parameters would change too.