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TOV for renewable, evaluating three different grounding technologies

Temporary overvoltages (TOV) are oscillatory overvoltages mainly caused by switching or faults, which are of relatively long duration and undamped or slightly damped. Maximum overvoltages under faulted conditions can require considerable energy magnitudes absorbed by surge arresters.
These energies may overpass maximum limits and lead to equipment damage.

This project presented a study to identify the maximum TOV at the MV equipment of a PV power plant during fault-clearing eve
Author(s): Diego F. Rodríguez - GERS
Type: EMTP Virtual User Conference 2020
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Date: 2021-06-17
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