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Objectives The relevant behaviour of a high-power circuit-breaker with respect to its ability to interrupt short-circuit current is mainly restricted to a short time window of a few tens of microsecond. The breakers were subjected to standard IEC short-line fault tests in a high power laboratory. From the database of test results, new empirical arc models are derived, eg based on the series connection of classical modified Mayr models.
Show all documents This electric arc is a complex phenomenon where lots of physic interactions take place in a very short time. Over the years, as our knowledge of the interrupting process progressed, many techniques have been developed to test the circuit breakers and simulated arc model. In this paper, modeling of the electric arc and models of high voltage circuit breakers Kema, Schwarz, Schavemaker has been studied. Using the concept of negative feedback, and use a new method to improve the break situation of the breaker on Schavemaker model is presented and results have been extracted.
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Switching Equipment pp Cite as. Load currents flowing through overhead lines, cables, transformers, generators, etc. Capacitive currents related to unloaded overhead lines, cables, or shunt capacitor banks. Small inductive currents related to shunt reactors or unloaded transformers. Skip to main content.
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A circuit breaker is an automatically operated electrical switch designed to protect an electrical circuit from damage caused by excess current from an overload or short circuit.