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Induced voltages in metallic pipelines due to lightning strikes to nearby power lines

Nouri, Hassan; Șteț, Denisa; Czumbil, Levente; Micu, Dan Doru

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Authors

Hassan Nouri Hassan.Nouri@uwe.ac.uk
Reader in Electrical Power and Energy

Denisa Șteț denisa.stet@ethm.utcluj.ro

Levente Czumbil levente.czumbil@ethm.utcluj.ro

Dan Doru Micu dan.micu@ethm.utcluj.ro



Contributors

Levente CZUMBIL Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Researcher

Dan Doru MICU Technical University of Cluj-Napoca
Researcher

Denisa ȘTEȚ
Researcher

Abstract

Installing pipelines in energy utility corridors containing high-voltage AC transmission lines subjects the pipelines to induced AC voltages which is a real and serious problem which can place both operator safety and pipeline integrity at risk. In case of a lightning stroke on power line, the electromagnetic field produce by this pulse induces voltages in the nearby metallic structures. In this paper lighting stroke to transmission line sky wire and phase conductors and its impact on a nearby underground metallic pipeline were studied. EMTP-ATP in combination with ATP-Draw has been used to create a model of the system and to perform simulation of the transient process during lighting strike and compute the induced voltages in the metallic pipeline. 

Presentation Conference Type Conference Paper (unpublished)
Start Date Sep 23, 2019
APA6 Citation Nouri, H., Șteț, D., Czumbil, L., & Micu, D. D. (2019, September). Induced voltages in metallic pipelines due to lightning strikes to nearby power lines. Paper presented at European EMTP-ATP Conference, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Keywords Electromagnetic Interferences; AC Induced Voltages; High Voltage Power Lines; Gas Pipe-Line; Lightning Stroke; EMTP-ATP  
Publisher URL https://lcmn.utcluj.ro/eeug2019/

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