Raju Basak, Arabinda Das, Amarnath Sanyal
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Raju Basak1, Arabinda Das2, Amarnath Sanyal3
1Research Scholar, 113/3, Dakshindari Road, Dinesh Apartment, Flat – A2/4, Sreebhumi, Kolkata – 700 048
2Associate Professor, Electrical Engineering Department, Jadavpur University, Kolkata -700 032
3Professor, Academy of Technology, Adisaptagram, Hooghly (Formerly Faculty Member and Head, Jadavpur University)
Volume - 6,
Issue - 4,
Year - 2015
The paper presents the procedure for finding out inductive compensation required for an EHV transmission line at its terminals. It also presents the design methodology for the power inductor. The 3-phase power inductor is similar in construction to a 3-phase core-type transformer with the exception that it has only one winding per phase and each limb is provided with an air-gap, the length of which is decided upon by the inductance required.
Shunt compensation at the load end of a long transmission line for maintaining the load voltage at a fixed percentage of the sending-end voltage. Long-line model is used to determine the critical power that the line can transmit with and without series compensation.
Cite this article:
Raju Basak, Arabinda Das, Amarnath Sanyal. Cost Optimal Design of a Power Inductor for VAR Compensation in EHV Line. Research J. Engineering and Tech. 6(4): Oct. - Dec., 2015 page 427-431. doi: 10.5958/2321-581X.2015.00066.5
Raju Basak, Arabinda Das, Amarnath Sanyal. Cost Optimal Design of a Power Inductor for VAR Compensation in EHV Line. Research J. Engineering and Tech. 6(4): Oct. - Dec., 2015 page 427-431. doi: 10.5958/2321-581X.2015.00066.5 Available on: https://ijersonline.org/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2015-6-4-6