Fault Detection and Location in Power Transmission Lines Using Labview
|International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering|
|© 2021 by SSRG - IJEEE Journal|
|Volume 8 Issue 9|
|Year of Publication : 2021|
|Authors : N. Priya, Rajeshkumar. D, Mathavan. R, Kalieswari. G|
How to Cite?
N. Priya, Rajeshkumar. D, Mathavan. R, Kalieswari. G, "Fault Detection and Location in Power Transmission Lines Using Labview," SSRG International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, vol. 8, no. 9, pp. 1-4, 2021. Crossref, https://doi.org/10.14445/23488379/IJEEE-V8I9P101
Energy becomes the key to running household appliances of any sort. It's a challenge and life risky profession to work with electricity. The issue in distribution lines is normally just identified and reported to controller panels, but the serviceman responsible for the fault resolution must be alerted. The current is detected correspondingly by the current transformer. In order to monitor and regulate the failure of the transmission line, the power line information is forwarded to the EB office, and the power line is trimmed using the Zigbee transceiver module. In the case of fire/spark occurrence in the transmission line, a temperature and fire sensor is employed, and sensor readings are updated additionally to the EB Office. The power-sharing is carried out from the EB station during the power deficit. Only consumers may consume limited electricity. But if the electricity use reaches that amount. The EB station then triggers the power supply entirely.
EB, Transmission Line, Over Voltage.
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