Study of Short Circuit and Load Flow Analysis of 132/33 KV Mawlai Nongkwar Substation
Keywords:transient stability, load flow analysis, short circuit analysis, ETAP
The most vital condition for conducting any system's power system analysis is load flow. The load flow shows the voltage in the branches and buses, actual and reactive power generated and absorbed, and losses in the lines of the system. The examination or evaluation of an electrical system to identify the quantity of currents that can flow during an electrical defect is known as short circuit analysis. It offers the information needed to establish whether the power system components' interrupting capacities are sufficient to secure your power system. This information is also utilised to determine the correct sizing of safety relays and sensing devices. The data used in the investigation was all collected in real time from the 132/33 kv Mawlai Nongkwar substation. The analysis is carried out using the Electrical Transient Analyzer application (ETAP), a software program which incorporates a thorough load flow and short circuit.
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