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Investigating effects of neutral wire and grounding in distribution systems with faults
In some applications like fault analysis, fault location, power quality studies, safety analysis, loss analysis, etc., knowing the neutral wire and ground currents and voltages could be of particular interest. In order to ...
Comparative analysis for reactive energy measurement methodologies, under non-sinusoidal conditions in three-phase four-wire circuits
This paper presents some methodologies for reactive energy measurement, considering three modern power theories that are suitable for three-phase four-wire non-sinusoidal and unbalanced circuits. The theories were applied ...
Three-phase four-wire circuits interpretation by means of different power theories
In order to contribute to the discussion of defining a generalized power theory, valid for unbalanced and non linear circuits, this paper discusses the relationship and discrepancies among four modern power theories. ...
Critical evaluation of FBD, pq and CPT current decompositions for four-wire circuits
This paper investigates the major similarities and discrepancies of three important current decompositions proposed for the interpretation of unbalanced and/or non linear three-phase four-wire circuits. The considered ...
Distribution line models analysis for loss calculation within three-phase three-wire power flow algorithms
Three-phase three-wire power flow algorithms, as any tool for power systems analysis, require reliable impedances and models in order to obtain accurate results. Kron's reduction procedure, which embeds neutral wire influence ...
Temporal distribution of the electrical energy on an exploding wire
(Cambridge University Press, 2016-06)
An exploding wire system has been experimentally studied by the observation of its plasma dynamics and the electrical energy delivered by the supporting circuit to the metallic wire. Plasma radial expansion has been obtained ...