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Fault Location Help

Fault Location Help

Fault Location Help

Happy Thursday!

I am looking for some help in identifying a fault location (or really guidance about best practices) to do all calculations by hand. It is a 34.5kv system with a hybrid network being protected by a microprocessor relay. I have the zero and positive sequence impedances for both the OH and UG portions, which are different of course.

Thanks in advance for any help and/or guidance!

RE: Fault Location Help

It will be better if you let us see a connection diagram and some useful data.
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