sequence of current

sequence of current

[′sē·kwəns əv ′kə·rənt]
(oceanography)
The order of occurrence of the tidal current strengths of a day, with special reference to whether the greater flood immediately precedes or follows the greater ebb.
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One parameter is angle between pre fault and post fault current, second parameter is angle difference between fault voltage and current and third parameter is ratio of negative to positive sequence of current. Through vigorous simulation behavior of all these three parameters are observed and based upon these parameters decision is being taken.
Figure 5 shows the ratio of negative to positive sequence of current and in Figure 6 above curve is angle between pre fault and post fault current, and down curve angle difference between fault voltage and current under normal condition.
I2(Ratio of negative to positive sequence of current)= small range(0 to 0.14), medium range(0.15 to 0.8), large range(0.8 and above).
[L.sub.-2]: Negative sequence of current at the beginning and end of the feeder;
[L.sub.01] & [L.sub.02]: Zero sequence of current at the beginning and end of the feeder;
phase ([I.sub.+1]) & phase ([I.sub.+2]): Phase of the positive sequence of current at the beginning and end of the feeder;
His brief but trenchant clarion alarm Testing the Water (September 2000) touches upon the global sequence of current water emergencies.
In the case of an inverse sequence of currents in the conductors, expressions for the currents in the shields of the first and third cables are interchanged in (1).