Review on the SFCL Control Techniques in grid System
Keywords:Power system, SFCL, faults, artificial intelligence.
In this paper, the authors present a comparative study of inductive and resistive superconducting residual current limiters (SFCLs) from the perspective of current limiting and transient stability of the power supply system. Different types of SFCL can be used to reduce the magnitude of the fault current in a power system. The two most commonly used types are the resistive type (rSFCL) and the inductive type (iSFCL). The study aims here to analyze the performance of SFCL using various switching algorithms when a fault occurs in a simple high voltage (HV) network.
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