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A Study for Control Power System Load Flow by Shield Control of High-TC Superconducting Cable

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  • Department of Electricity System Control, JHRDI, 119 Dongjansan-ro Gunsan-si Jeollabuk-do – 54004,, Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
  • Department of Electricity System Control, JHRDI, 119 Dongjansan-ro Gunsan-si Jeollabuk-do – 54004, Korea, Democratic People's Republic of
  • Departmentof Lift Engineering, Korea Lift College, 120 Unjeong 1-gil Geochang-gun Gyeongsangnam-do – 501141, Korea, Democratic People's Republic of

Abstract


Objectives: HTS cable was shown high temperature characteristic of the superconducting tape by sharp increase resistance on fault state. This paper proposes by controlling the HTS shield part to stable transmission in power system. Methods/Statistical Analysis: HTS cable was divided mainly three parts that was former, conductor, and shield part. To be performance the HTS cable designed by comparison low error value with real HTS cable property and, developed by controlling shield parts by using mutual inductance change. Findings: The HTS power cable was controlled load flow by adjusting the shield part. Improved the HTS cable was limited current above 64% better than HTS cable in installed the fault current limiter. Therefore, HTS cable could be improved power stability in the power system. Improvements/Applications: The HTS shield control might be controlled power flow and limited fault current. It wasn’t necessary for installing other device by controlling HTS cable shield part. So, proposed the HTS cable model was applied in economic and effective device in power system.

Keywords

Fault Current Limit, HTS Cable, HTS Shield Control, Load Flow, Power System.

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