OJAppS  Vol.3 No.2 B , June 2013
Mechanics Analysis of Overhead Transmission Lines Based On-line Monitoring
Abstract: At present, the on-line monitoring is widely applied to the power line monitoring. In this paper, a new mechanical calculation model is established according to the on-line monitoring. And this model is based on the parameters that tension sensors and angle sensors on suspended points detect, and combines with the parameters of the wire itself, and also considers the deflection angel of wires due to wind. In this model, mechanics parameters of wires are turned into the new coordinate plane after deflection angel of wires due to wind, or windage yaw plane. A statics tension balance equation is built in the vertical direction of the new windage yaw plane. According to the theoretical analysis and algorithm, we verify the accuracy of this newly developed mechanical calculation model.
Cite this paper: L. Dai, Y. Zhu and Z. Liang, "Mechanics Analysis of Overhead Transmission Lines Based On-line Monitoring," Open Journal of Applied Sciences, Vol. 3 No. 2, 2013, pp. 1-4. doi: 10.4236/ojapps.2013.32B001.

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