Protecting IEDs with deviation of power frequency

March 13th, 2014, Published in Articles: Energize

 

The deviation of power frequency component (DPFC) is a fundamental principle employed in many protection IEDs. This principle is based on the concept of superposition, where the pre-fault load current and voltage can be subtracted from the whole fault current and voltage to obtain the pure fault components.

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