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what to do if the current in the un-faulted phase of a Double line fault remains constant

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Joseph James
Joseph James on 20 Dec 2020
Commented: Joseph James on 26 Dec 2020
I know for a double line fault the current in the unfaulted phase should tend to zero. When I simulation the fault the unfaulted phase remained constant or bearly decreases. I am not sure what is wrong or how to fix it.

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Aman Vyas
Aman Vyas on 23 Dec 2020
Hi,
Based on my understanding you are speciying about double line to ground fault. In double line to ground fault the third phase which is unfaulted should be approximately zero as entire current flows through faulty line. This could be throwing error because of many probable reasons :
1) Firstly checking the design whether you have modelled it correctly or not.
2) Blocks taken for double line to ground fault is correctly selected.
3) There might be some extra resistance which is high in value before fault region because of which most current is flowing through unfaulty line.
There can be n reasons for this happening. Pls look into the designing part more closely.
Hope it helps !

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Joseph James
Joseph James on 26 Dec 2020
The current in the faulted phases are behaving as expected but the current in the unfaulted phase remains the same, but I will check the three things you recomended, Thank you.
Additionaly I below is a picture of the cuircuit and scope reading

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