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Volume 248, 20184th Engineering Science and Technology International Conference (ESTIC 2018)
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|Published online||10 December 2018|
Analysis of Characteristics Over Current Relay and Ground Fault Relay on Feeder Rayon Tabing
1 Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Bung Hatta, 25243 Padang, Indonesia
2 Department of Technique Elektromedik - Health Polytechnic Siteba Padang, Indonesia
3 Electrical Engineering student of University of Andalas Padang, Indonesia
4 Electrical Engineering student of University of Bung Hatta, 25243 Padang, Indonesia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The reliability of power distribution of PT PLN (Persero) branch of Padang especially in Rayon Tabing most of the repeaters is still not optimal. This is due to an uncoordinated protection relay on each feeder. One effort made to improve the reliability of electric power is to rearrange the protection of overcurrent relays and ground disturbance relays on the feeder. So coordinated with each other well and is expected if there is interference in one of the repeater will not bring black out on other repeater. In this research we analyzed short circuit current at 20 kV side. From the analysis results obtained new relay protection settings based on the calculation of short-circuit current settings and compare the results with existing protection relays. By making efforts to improve the reliability of electric power is to rearrange the protection relay on each feeder. Based on short circuit current analysis on each repeater, the largest short circuit in 3 phase, 2 phase, and 1 phase disturbance is located at 1% disturbance location and the smallest disturbance is at 100% disturbance location. It can be concluded that the farther the location of the disturbance that occurs the smaller the disturbance, and vice versa, if the location of the disturbance that occurs closer then the greater the noise flow.
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