current phasor

current phasor

[′kər·ənt ‚fā·zər]
(electricity)
A line referenced to a point, whose length and angle represent the magnitude and phase of a current.
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Furthermore, the synchronized current phasor measurements are transformed to rectangular coordinates to enhance the convergence properties of the proposed state estimation approach.
2002, "A new fault locator for three-terminal transmission line-using two-terminal synchronized voltage and current phasors," IEEE Trans.
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