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FIGURE 3 shows part of an electrical supply system. Draw the

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FIGURE 3 shows part of an electrical supply system. Draw the impedance diagrams reducing to a single impedance. Calculate the fault MVA levels in each unit for a fault on the left 3.3 kV bus with the bussection switch B open and A closed. Use a base MVA of 10 and show the fault MVA levels on a diagram. Comment on the result and suggest a method of improving the system to limit the fault MVA through T1 to approximately 5 × FL current. (It is not necessary to recalculate.)

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Further, type of fault is not indicated. It seems that fault levels are to be calculated for 3-phase to ground fault. Further, how much time you can allow this question to be answered. Kindly indicate.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Is 30 ok? i do not require a great level of detail, yes the fault is indicated to be on 3.3 kv busbar so by sqrt 3. I have calculated x pu for transfomers and generators, i just lose it when considering what is parrallel and series because of the switch being closed.


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Thanks for prompt reply. I will try to submit the answer asap.
Generator G3 is 1.6MW or 16MW. Kindly clarify.

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The fault MVA through T1 IS 116.67MVA. To reduce it to 5* full load current, we will have to introduce impedance in series with T1.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Sorry G3 is 1.6 MW



I will recalculate it tomorrow as it is night time here. I hope it will be acceptable to you.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Yes this is fine , it is greatly appreciated .



kind regards.


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