alexa Simulation and Analysis of 220kV Substation
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International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
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Research Article

Simulation and Analysis of 220kV Substation

Yogesh Patel1, Dixit Tandel2, Dharti Katti3
  1. PG Student [Power Systems], Dept. of EE, C. G. Patel Institute of Technology, Bardoli, Gujarat, India
  2. PG Student [Power Systems], Dept. of EE, C. G. Patel Institute of Technology, Bardoli, Gujarat, India
  3. Assistant Professor, Dept. of EE, C. G. Patel Institute of Technology,Bardoli,Gujarat, India
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Abstract

The main objective of this thesis is to simulate and analyze the 220 KV Substation. The simulation and analysis includes power flow analysis and short circuit analysis. Power flow study also known as load flow constitutes an important part of power system analysis and design of any power system network. The power flow analysis and short circuit analysis is done in the Power World Simulator Software. For the power flow analysis using the single line diagram of 220 KV substation, the model of the substation is developed in the Power World Simulator. The different kinds of faults are also simulated at various buses of the substation. Power World Simulator is very useful software for analyzing power system operation. By doing the power flow analysis in the Power World Simulator we estimate the real and reactive power flows, power losses in the entire network and phase angle using Power World Simulator. Short circuit analysis is also useful to select, set, and coordinate protective equipment such as circuit breakers, fuses, relays, and instrument transformers. Simulation technique is very useful in the power system planning and design.

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