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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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ISSN 2277-8616

Self-Regulating Line Fault Detection & Its Location In Transmission Lines

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Sibisagar.B, Surya.V.R, VigneshVijayaraghavan, Dr.SuriyaKrishnaan



Transmission line, Line Fault, Transient Fault, Fault Detection, Sensors, Internet of Things, and Cloud Server



Overhead transmission line constitutes the major part of power transmission systems in India. Faults in overhead transmission lines are a common sight in rural and semi urban parts of this country this problem is addressed in this paper work. The line faults causes power disruption, damage to power equipment in some instances loss of life due to live wire and it is very difficult to determine the location of the line fault and to prevent power waste and any other casualties by preventing the flow of power.



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