INFLUENCE OF THE REMNANT MAGNETIZATION OF THE CURRENT TRANSFORMER CORES UPON THE COMPLIANCE OF THEIR TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS WITH THE REQUIREMENTS FOR MICROPROCESSOR TYPE PROTECTIVE RELAYS
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Abstract (English):
Work objective is finding rational technical and economic solutions for examining current transformers for techspecs compliance satisfying the requirements of reinstalled microprocessor type protective relays and automation devices manufactured by NP EKRA LLC, taking into account DC component. Research methods: analytical methods for calculating the time of remnant magnetization in the core of a current transformer. Research results and novelty: it is understood that the saturation time of current transformers of the basic and backup protections, according to the results of the analytical method, was more than 25 ms, and for current transformers of differential bus bar protection was more than 5 ms. The obtained saturation time values for all types of current transformers built into oil circuit-breaker bushings (HV line) of 110 kV and bus bar coupling connector (BCC) of 110 kV (main protection, backup protection, differential bus protection), both in the absence and in the presence of remanent induction magnetic in CT cores with three-phase and single-phase short circuits, satisfy completely technical requirements either of microprocessor type protective relays or CT differential bus bar protection. Conclusion: built into CT BCC circuit-breaker bushings of 110 kV and oil circuit-breaker bushings (HV line) of 110 kV Foundry substations do not necessitate a mandatory replacement in case of non-complex redesign of microprocessor type protective relays and automation devices. When replacing oil circuit breakers with gas-insulated ones, it is recommended to use CT with similar characteristics.

Keywords:
voltage transformer, DC component, microprocessor type protective ECA relays, saturation time
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