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Table 5 Fault locations and tie switching in IEEE 33 bus distribution network

From: Augmentation of situational awareness by fault passage indicators in distribution network incorporating network reconfiguration

Faulted lineFPI flag statusFault impedance range (Ω)Power loss after the fault (no tie switching) in kWTie closedPower losses after the fault (with tie switching) in kWTie chosen on the basis of minimum power loss (kW)% Loss reduction on comparing power loss after fault without tie switching & with tie switching
F4F3F2F1
A2301011.2030–2.34720910.03600A37172.1304A37
(172.1304)
81.0353
A2710013.1236–4.53540834.10000A37132.8096A37
(132.8096)
84.0774
A36141.0619
A1400019.8846–10.6757384.50340A36114.0669A34
(92.39790)
75.9695
A3492.39790
A1000016.5203–6.72730617.26090A36139.3396A35
(73.88150)
88.0307
A3476.35050
A3573.88150
A700013.2233–3.97250933.05120A36166.6502A35
(73.00310)
92.1796
A3573.00310
A3375.46760
A400011.0673–1.494901243.9911A37143.5136A37
(143.5136)
88.4634
A35157.8183
A33160.3537
A1900110.3300–2.35470353.12300A3395.59170A35
(91.92680)
73.9674
A3591.92680