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000181247 0247_ $$2doi$$a10.1016/j.epsr.2012.05.003
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000181247 245__ $$aApplication of a partial element equivalent circuit method to lightning surge analyses
000181247 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2013$$aLausanne
000181247 269__ $$a2013
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000181247 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000181247 520__ $$aThis paper presents the application of the partial element equivalent circuit (PEEC) method in the time and frequency domains for calculating tower surge responses and insulator voltages of an actual transmission tower, and transient performance of grounding systems. Neglecting of electromagnetic retardation effect in the PEEC method in the time domain is proposed to increase efficiency of the method. Incorporation of nonlinear elements such as a flashover model and a soil ionization model with the PEEC method in the time domain is presented. Moreover, an effective way to increase the efficiency of the method in terms of computation time, which consists of the appropriate combination of the PEEC method and the transmission line theory, is proposed. The transmission line model is adapted to combine with the method for reducing elements in the PEEC method. Comparisons of the simulation results by the proposed methods in the time and frequency domains with other numerical methods and with available experimental data show satisfactory agreement. (C) 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
000181247 6531_ $$aGrounding performance
000181247 6531_ $$aInsulator voltage
000181247 6531_ $$aPartial element equivalent circuit
000181247 6531_ $$aTower surge response
000181247 700__ $$aYutthagowith, Peerawut
000181247 700__ $$aAmetani, Akihiro
000181247 700__ $$0240565$$g106170$$aRachidi, Farhad
000181247 700__ $$aNagaoka, Naoto
000181247 700__ $$aBaba, Yoshihiro
000181247 773__ $$j94$$tElectric Power Systems Research$$q30-37
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