Study on Magnetic Field of 1200kv Transmission Line by FEM & MATLAB

Study on Magnetic Field of 1200kv Transmission Line by FEM & MATLAB

Power demand is growing rapidly with rapid industrial and commercial development and a thriving population. Modern UHV transmission line techniques are critical for the more efficient transmission of bulk quantities of power compared to earlier transmission methods. The 1200 KV UHV transmission line is India’s future project to fix this situation. However, as the amount of line to line voltage rises, the transmission line complexity increases. However, with higher line to line voltage levels, transmission line complexity increases. With transmission lines, ROW is one of the main concerns. Many parameters need to be carefully designed; one of them is the distribution of the magnetic field in the transmission line region. India has begun expanding its UHV range to 1200kv. The paper proposes a magnetic field of three 1200KV line configurations. Test lines for horizontal and vertical configurations have been installed. Two finite element methods and the analytical method (image method) were used for analysis. For solving partial differential equations, FEM is used. Results from both techniques were compared. 3D electric field structure study was also carried out. Plotted outcomes are compared with ICNIRP standards and established safety limits. It also addresses the detrimental effects of excess magnetic fields. It also discusses the biological impact of electromagnetic fields on humans, animals and plants. This paper was aimed at the measurement and verification of the magnetic field in relation to the norm. It also helps to use less rights of way. Because of its advantages over lower voltage levels, the topic is under broad development and also holds importance in the future.

Author (s) Details

Akibahemad Arora
Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Faculty of Technology & Engineering, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara-390001, Gujarat, India.

Anuradha Deshpande
Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Faculty of Technology & Engineering, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara-390001, Gujarat, India.

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