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Short Circuit Analysis Case Study & Circuit

Breaker Design

Sumit Rathor K Prajapati Bhavik R Patel Anil N.

Master in Power System Master in Power system Lecturer

BVM Engineering College LD collage of engineering S.P.C.E. Visnagar

rathorsumit2006@gmail.com er.bhavikkumar@gmail.com anpatelee@gmail.com

Abstract: This paper presents the behavior of phenomena and the rating structures of interrupting

system under fault condition and directs us to devices. Bolted faults give the maximum short-

designing of circuit breaker. As the short circuit circuit currents and form the basis of calculations of

analysis is for designing power system with short-circuit duties on switching devices. Faults

considering all the conditions such as line loading,

involving one, or more than one, phase and ground

Circuit breaker design, relay settings, transients etc.

Basically for short circuit study we have to do load are called unsymmetrical faults. Under certain

flow analysis then with considering pre fault condition conditions, the line-to-ground fault or double line-to

short circuit analysis studied. For case study ground fault currents may exceed three-phase

simulation author have use MiPOWER (PRDC) & symmetrical fault currents. Unsymmetrical faults

PsCAD/EMTDC software. are more common as compared to three-phase

faults, i.e., a support insulator on one of the phases

Index Terms—Fault modeling, bolted fault, arc on a transmission line may start flashing to ground,

resistance, X/R ratio, symmetrical fault current* Short-circuit calculations are, thus, the primary

study whenever a new power system is designed or

I. INTRODUCTION an expansion and upgrade of an existing system are

Short circuit studies in power system are a basic planned.

step in planning of modern power grids. Based on

such results and studies, protective device (relay) II. CALCUALTIONS OF SYSTEM QUANTITY.

setting and co-ordination is being carried out,

switchgear components are constructed, A. Available line current

manufactured and installed, etc. The study is Under the fault condition the line current at

performed using computer software first by faulted bus is calculated as where

−V

f f

V

=

f i j

modeling the system (conductors, transformers, I ij

Z

generators, utility sources, etc.) and then by ij

f f

simulating faults. V j -post fault bus voltage; Iij =current flowing

A fault usually results in high current flowing

between buses, Vif. =pre fault bus voltage at ith and

through the lines and if adequate protection is not

jth bus, Zij=impedance between two buses.

taken, may result in damages in the power

apparatus. Here the term symmetrical fault refers to The available short-circuit current is directly related

those conditions in which all three phases of a to the size and capacity of the power sources

power system are grounded at the same point. For (utility, generators, and motors) supplying the

this reason the symmetrical faults sometimes are system and is typically independent of the load

also called three-line-to-ground (LLLG) faults. One current of the circuit. The larger the capacity of the

tries to limit short-circuits to the faulty section of power sources supplying the system, the greater the

the electrical system by appropriate switching available short-circuit current (generally). The

devices capable of operating under short-circuit available short-circuit current is directly related to

conditions without damage and isolating only the the size and capacity of the power sources (utility,

faulty section, so that a fault is not escalated. The generators, and motors) supplying the system and is

faster the operation of sensing and switching typically independent of the load current of the

devices, the lower is the fault damage, and the circuit. The larger the capacity of the power sources

better is the chance of systems holding together supplying the system, the greater the available

without loss of synchronism. As the main purpose short-circuit current (generally).

of short-circuit calculations is to select and apply

these devices properly, it is meaningful for the B. Total Symmetrical Fault & short circuit

calculations to be related to current interruption current

1

Here symmetrical fault current is considered for analysis.

We are interested in symmetrical fault currents. If

the envelopes of the positive and negative peaks of

the current waveform are symmetrical around the tan–1(2πf .L/R). For a purely inductive circuit, the

zero axis, they are called “symmetrical current” current waveform will be displaced from the

envelopes. The total short-circuit current available voltage waveform by 90° (lagging). As resistance is

in a distribution system is usually supplied from a added to the circuit this angular displacement will

number of sources, which can be grouped into three decrease to zero. In a purely resistive circuit, the

main categories. The first is the utility transmission voltage and current will be completely in-phase and

system supplying the facility, which acts like a without an offset. In all practical circuits containing

large, remote generator. The second includes resistance and reactance, the dc component will also

“local” generators either in the plant or nearby in decay to zero as the energy represented by the dc

the utility. The third source category is synchronous component is dissipated as I2R heating losses in the

and induction motors, which are located in many circuit. The rate of decay of the dc component is a

plants and facilities. The total short-circuits current function of the resistance and reactance of the

that has steady-state ac, decaying ac, and decaying circuit. In practical circuits, the dc component

dc current components can be expressed as shown decays to zero in one to 30 cycles.

in Equation(i).

i = idc decay+iac steady state+iac decay … …i III. APPLICATION OF CURRENT SYMMERTY

With DATA

− Rωt In the previous discussion, a single phase

idc . decay = ( Iacstaedy ) Sin (α − φ ) e

X current was examined to give an understanding of

Iacsteady = 2 IsSin (ω t + α − φ ) asymmetry. In a three-phase system with a bolted

− kt three-phase fault, the sum of the current at any point

Iacdecay = 2 IsSin (ω t + α − φ ) e

in time in the three phases must add to zero.

Where Therefore, if one phase has a maximum offset, then

Is - is the symmetrical steady-state rms. current the other two phases must have a negative offset to

magnitude balance current. The decay time constant of all

k - is a variable depending upon the mix and size phases is the same. The maximum magnetic force

of rotational loads produced on a circuit element, such as a breaker,

t- is in seconds occurs at the instant the fault current through the

The magnitude and duration of the asymmetrical circuit element is at a maximum. From an

current depends upon the following two equipment design and application viewpoint, the

Parameters: phase with the largest of the fault current peaks is of

a) The X/R ratio of the faulted circuit particular interest. This current value subjects the

b) The phase angle of the voltage waveform at the equipment to the most severe magnetic forces. The

time the short circuit occurs largest fault current peak typically occurs in the first

C. Description of fault current current cycle when the initiation of the short-circuit

current is near or coincident with the applied

The greater the fault point X/R ratio, the voltage passing through zero. This condition is

longer will be the asymmetrical fault current decay called the condition of maximum asymmetry. In the

time. For a specific X/R ratio, the angle of the application of equipment that can carry fault current

applied voltage at the time of short circuit initiation such as circuit breakers, switches, transformers, and

determines the degree of fault current asymmetry fuses, the total available short-circuit current must

that will exist for that X/R ratio. In a purely be determined. For correct equipment application,

inductive circuit, the maximum dc current knowledge of the minimum test X/R ratio or

component is produced when the short circuit is maximum power factor of the applied fault current

initiated at the instant the applied voltage is zero (α used in the acceptance test by ANSI, NEMA, or UL

= 0° or 180° when using sine functions). The is also required. Peak fault current magnitudes are

current will then be fully offset in either the positive significant for some devices, such as low-voltage

or negative direction. Maximum asymmetry for any breakers, while asymmetrical rms. current

circuit X/R ratio often occurs when the short circuit magnitudes are equally significant for high-voltage

is initiated near voltage zero. The initial dc fault circuit breakers. This leads to the need to develop

current component is independent of whether the ac an X/R ratio dependent short-circuit calculation for

component remains constant or decays from its proper comparison to the equipment being applied.

initial value. For any circuit X/R ratio, the voltage The fault current calculation needs to take into

and current waveforms will be out of phase from account the ac component and the transient dc

each other by an angle corresponding to the amount component of the calculated fault current to

of reactance in the circuit compared to the amount determine the total maximum peak or rms. current

of resistance in the circuit. This angle is equal to the magnitude that can occur in a circuit. When the

calculated fault X/R ratio is greater than the

equipment test X/R ratio, the higher total fault

current associated with the higher X/R ratio must be

taken into account when evaluating the application

of the equipment. In this summary, it has been

shown that the effects of asymmetry are dependent

only upon the fault point X/R ratio of the circuit and

the instant of fault initiation. The references show

that the effects of the peak fault current magnitude

and the energy content of the first current cycle are

much greater than the effect of the rms. value. For

the Condition of maximum asymmetry, the rms.

value of the first cycle fault current theoretically can

be as great as 1.732 times the steady-state rms.

symmetrical fault current component. However, the

peak first cycle current for the same condition can

be up to two times the peak of the steady-state

current component, and the magnetic forces can be

four times that of the rms. symmetrical ac

component. From the equipment design viewpoint, Fig 1: GETCO 220kV substation Mehsana line

these peak currents and energy comparisons are the diagram.(AC Load Flow)(assuming incoming lines as

maximum that the equipment must withstand. For generator, specify slack bus)

ANSI rated equipment, the maximum asymmetrical

rms. current provides this measure of maximum In power system impedance has two components.

capability. It is important to know the terms The first is called reactance (X). Reactance depends

defining the characteristic short-circuit current on two things: (1) the inductance and (2) the

waveforms. The test short-circuits currents used for frequency and second component is resistance.

circuit breaker and fuse interrupting ratings have p.f. = cos(tan-1(X/R))

different test procedures and power factor (X/R If the power factor is unity (1), then the impedance

ratios) requirements. For example, high-voltage only has resistance. If the power factor is zero, then

power circuit breakers use rms. current interrupting the impedance only has reactance. Therefore, power

tests at a power factor of 6.7% (X/R = 15), while factor and X/R ratio are different ways of saying the

low-voltage circuit breakers use peak currents at a same thing. So as power factor decreases, the X/R

power factor of 15% (X/R = 6.59). Molded case and ratio increases. Right after a fault occurs, the

insulated case circuit breakers have different (from current waveform is no longer a sine wave. Instead,

6.7% and 15%) test power factors that must be it can be represented by the sum of a sine wave and

considered. If the calculated fault point X/R ratio is a decaying exponential. The decaying exponential

greater than the test X/R ratio of the interrupting component added to the sine wave causes the

device, then the calculation of equipment duty current to reach a much larger value than that of the

current is affected. sine wave alone.

The waveform that equals the sum of the sine

IV. CASE STUDY RESULT (GETCO 220KV S/S) wave and the decaying exponential is called the

As for the analysis of system under disturbance asymmetrical current because the waveform does

condition case study of 220kV GETCO Mehsana not have symmetry above and below the time axis.

(Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation) The actual waveform of the asymmetrical fault

substation is chosen. current is hard to predict because it depends on

what time in the voltage cycle waveform the fault

A. X/R Ratio occurs. However, the largest asymmetrical fault

The X/R ratio is important because it determines the current occurs when a fault happens at a point when

peak asymmetrical fault current. The asymmetrical the voltage is zero. Then, the asymmetrical fault

fault current can be much larger than the current depends only on the X/R ratio, or power

symmetrical fault current. Fault is a sudden event so factor, and the magnitude of the symmetrical fault

it subjected to a response is called a transient, which current. Figure 2 shows how the ratio of the peak

means that it lasts for only a short time asymmetrical current to the RMS symmetrical

current varies with the X/R ratio. (RMS

2

Data for the software simulation obtained from the GETCO symmetrical current equals the peak symmetrical

Mehsana (Gujarat energy transmission Corporation) current divided by the square root of 2.)

What Figure 2 shows is that the peak asymmetrical The peak SC components can be calculated

current increases with the X/R ratio. multiplying the initial momentary SC current by a

crest factor of 2.07. These factors depend on the

X/R ratio of the driving point impedance and the

circuit breaker contact parting time. They are

different for near-to and far-from generators faults

While selecting circuit breakers it is important

to make sure that none of the capabilities are

exceeded in their application. These capabilities are

basically obtained from the short circuit current

Fig2: Peak asymmetrical current as a function of calculations available at the equipment location.

symmetrical RMS current. Therefore, the starting point is the careful fault

I peak = 2 I sym

10ms

+ I dc

10ms analysis of the power system. Normally two kind of

rating considered. The first type of rating is an

Where Isym is symmetrical AC SC component at interrupt rating. Devices that would have such a

10ms after fault rating include circuit breakers and fuses. An

As from the short circuit of systems 132kV bus the interrupt rating refers to the maximum fault current

various parameters with pre fault condition the that a device can interrupt. The second type of

during fault and post fault component is computed rating is a withstand rating.

as below shows the fault data result in table and the Devices with withstand ratings are not

graph for the fault at bus number 38. intended to interrupt fault current, but rather to

“ride through” a fault without damage. The rating

B. Results reflects the device’s ability to hold up during a

fault. This is usually carried out in per unit

The results shows the current magnitude as well as

quantities although there are other methods such as

the fault MVA level of the faulted bus contributed

percentage and MVA methods available. The TRV

from the generator bus.

(transient recovery voltage) is associated with the

Table I: Result of short circuit on bus no 39 of 220kV.

so-called dielectric phase of the arc-interruption

phenomena. The overrating of high voltage circuit

breakers (CBs) is an ever growing problem as

power systems throughout the world tend to be

increasingly connected. The symmetrical and

asymmetrical short-circuit currents; the load

currents and the transient recovery voltage (TRV)

are amongst the most important parameters for the

analysis of CB overrating.

As previously explained the use of fault current It is well-known that the dielectric stresses

graph for the circuit breaker design as well as imposed within a CB are higher when symmetric

systems relay and switch gear short-circuit currents are to be interrupted. Thus,

settings. neglecting the current asymmetry will lead to

conservative TRV values. Moreover, since the

maximum TRV value occurs before the first

current-wave peak, computation can be made using

the first current half-cycle only. Most of the faults

that occur in a real power system are non

symmetric. However, the study of symmetric three

phase faults is important because, despite the fact

that its occurrence is so rare, it is more severe from

the power system transient stability point of view

than unbalanced short circuits. In addition, this

study is useful to obtain synchronous machine

dynamic parameters and to understand the transient

behavior of electric power systems under the

Fig3: Fault current with DC decaying component.

occurrence of a short circuit.

VI. SINGIFICANCE OF GRAPH FOR C.B. X/R ratio) is known sub transient current and in the

SELECTION next 8 to 10 cycles it is known as transient current

A circuit breaker has to work under different and finally steady state current. The asymmetry in

circumstances. It’s rated in term of , The no of poles the current is due to the D.C component. In case the

rated, symmetrical & asymmetrical breaking symmetrical breaking current is known, the making

capacity, short time rating , operating duty. The current can be obtained by multiplying this current

number of poles per phase of a breaker is a function by √2 to get the peak value and again by 1.8 to

of the operating voltage. The voltage levels at include the doubling effect (i.e. D.C. component at

various points in a system vary depending upon the the first peak is almost equal to the A.C.

system condition and as a result the breaker has to component). The breaking current of a breaker

operate under such variable voltage conditions. The depends upon the instant on the current wave when

breaker is expected to operate at a maximum the contacts begin to open. As shown Fig.4 the

voltage which normally is higher than the rated contacts start to separate at XY. The symmetric

nominal voltage. The rated current of a circuit breaking current is given by a/√2amp and the

asymmetric breaking current is given by

(a 2 ) + b

breaker is the maximum value of current in rms

2

amperes which it shall carry continuously without 2

parts of the breaker. The rated frequency of a The breaking capacity of a breaker is the product

breaker is the frequency for which it is designed to of the breaking current and the recovery voltage.

operate. application at frequencies other than the The symmetrical breaking capacity is the product of

designed, need special considerations. asymmetric breaking current and the recovery

voltage.

To perform a TRV study in digital simulation, the

first step is to build up the power system model of

the study subject (The power plant substation in this

case). The detailed representation of the substation

and nearby power system is required. The time

varying voltages at the breaker in question will be

computed, displayed and examined.

Depending on whether the user selects a 1- pole, 2-

pole or a 3-pole circuit breaker the calculation for

the circuit breaker varies.

SVA

3 pole =

3 * 80% * ( P − P )V

(P-P)V= Line to line voltage

Fig 4: shows the fault current and C.B operation.

The recovery voltage is the voltage which appears

The making current is the peak value of the across the terminals of a pole of a circuit breaker.

maximum current loop, including dc component, in This voltage may be considered in two successive

any phase during the first cycle of current when the time intervals: one during which a transient voltage

circuit breaker is closed. Then making current exists, followed by a second one during which a

corresponds to the ordinate IASYM. The capacity of a power frequency voltage alone exists. Within a few

breaker to make currents depends upon its ability to microseconds after current zero, current stops

withstand and to close successfully against the flowing in the circuit. The power system response

effect of electromagnetic forces. The maximum to the current interruptions is what generates TRV.

force in any phase is a function of the square of the The difference in the power system response

maximum instantaneous current occurring in that voltage from the source side to the load side of the

phase on closing. It’s therefore, the practice to circuit breaker is the TRV. The breaking operation

specify making current in terms of peak value rather is successful if the circuit breaker is able to

than in terms of rms value. The making capacity is, withstand the TRV and the power frequency

carry instantaneously at the rated service voltage. It recovery voltage. TRV is then related to the power

is known that in a particular phase the current is system response to an interruption of current in a

maximum right at the instant short circuit takes circuit very close to a power frequency current zero.

place, after which the current decreases. The current The nature of the TRV is dependent on the circuit

in the first one or two cycles (depending upon the being interrupted, whether primarily resistive,

capacitive or inductive.

Study of this phenomenon is extremely important to ACKNOWLEDGMENT

ensure that breaker electrical insulation limits, as Authors would like to acknowledge thanks GETCO

defined by the appropriate standards, are not for the allowing project work in company and kind

violated due to power system characteristics. The support during the project work.

procedure for TRV verification and the TRV

capabilities are outlined in the IEEE standard REFERENCES

C37.011-1994.

[1] IEEE Std 551™-2006 IEEE Recommended Practice

for Calculating Short-Circuit Currents in Industrial

and commercial power system.

[2] ANSI\IEEE Std. 241-1990 "Recommended Practice

for Electric Power Systems in Commercial

Buildings”.

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second

VIII. CONCLUSION

Short circuit studies are performed to determine

the magnitude of the current flowing throughout the

power system at various time intervals after a fault.

The magnitude of the current through the power

system after a fault varies with time until it reaches

a steady state condition. During the fault, the power

system is called on to detect, interrupt and isolate

these faults, The duty impressed on the equipment

is dependent on the magnitude of the current, which

is a function of the time of fault initiation. Such

calculations are performed for various types of fault

such as three-phase, single line to ground fault,

double line to ground fault and at different location

of the system. The calculated short circuit results

are used to select fuses, circuit breakers and

protective relays. As from the simulation on both

MiPower and PSCAD user can model any power

system for design point of view and with accurate

modelling the result get approaches to be accurate

as verified with case study.

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