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Title: Probabilistic evaluation of lightning-protection in overhead transmission lines
Authors: Binkevych, Taras
Affiliation: Lviv Polytechnic National University
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Binkevych T. Probabilistic evaluation of lightning-protection in overhead transmission lines / Taras Binkevych // Litteris et Artibus : proceedings of the 6th International youth science forum, November 24–26, 2016, Lviv, Ukraine / Lviv Polytechnic National University. – Lviv : Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House, 2016. – P. 191–192. – Bibliography: 9 titles.
Conference/Event: Litteris et Artibus
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Lviv Polytechnic Publishing House
Country (code): UA
Place of the edition/event: Lviv
Keywords: lightning protection
the transmission line
dangerous curve parameters
volt-second characteristic
Number of pages: 191-192
Abstract: Traditionally, insulation coordination of power system apparatus relies on deterministic approaches where some conservative voltage stresses are defined and the insulation levels are then adjusted using protective ratios and margins. In the case of lightning stresses, this could easily lead to overinsulation or overdesign and subsequently to an increase in the cost of equipment. On the other hand, insufficient insulation could lead to power system failures with disastrous technical and economic consequences. In this paper we present a formalized method for predicting the lightning-related failure rate of power system equipment. In the probabilistic approach to insulation coordination of power system apparatus we quantify the expected risk of failure under lightning stresses to enable an economically optimized design.
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Content type: Conference Abstract
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