resistance grounding

resistance grounding

[ri′zis·təns ‚grau̇nd·iŋ]
(electricity)
Electrical grounding in which lines are connected to ground by a resistive (totally dissipative) impedance.
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The code which implements the methodology set out in the paper allows on the basis of the relevant electrical measurements to evaluate not only the resistance of the grounding of electrical devices, but also as its own and mutual resistance grounding all the electrodes in a three-electrode setup measuring the resistance of the grounding device.
When the high resistance grounding fault occurs at the fault point F1, the fault component current differential protection and zero-sequence current differential protection are correct to operate, but segregated phase current differential protection refuses to operate.
When the high resistance grounding fault occurs at the fault point F4, segregated phase current differential protection and fault component current differential protection refuse to operate.