Energy Harvesting From the Magnetic Field of an Overhead Transmission Line for Smart Grid Applications

Authors

  • Syed Mohammad Ali Raza Naqvi
  • Muhammad Umer
  • Farrukh Arslan

Keywords:

Energy harvesting, Magnetic field, Harvesting from Overhead Transmission line.

Abstract

One of the most dependable and efficient ways to power in-house PCBAs for FACTS devices is to capture energy from the magnetic field of an overhead transmission line. Condition monitoring is becoming more prevalent in electrical power networks, where it can assist reduce maintenance costs, improve supply dependability, and allow for increased equipment capacity utilization by providing a measure of actual operating conditions. In most developing countries, load demand is always increasing, and because of the incapacity to improve the transmission infrastructure, the quality of power transmission is deteriorating, and power losses in the lines are increasing. Transmission lines are not used to their full capacity due to insufficient and inefficient power delivery. FACTS devices can help with this issue. However, in order to provide power to FACTS (flexible alternating current transmission system) devices and other transmission line equipment, a stable power source is required in the rapidly expanding network of power systems. FACTS (flexible alternating current transmission system) devices and other transmission line equipment are not powered by batteries. Their dependability is uncertain, and they are prone to catastrophic failures. As a result, we may provide power to FACTS devices and other transmission line equipment by harvesting energy from an overhead transmission line's magnetic field.

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Published

2021-10-11

How to Cite

Syed Mohammad Ali Raza Naqvi, Muhammad Umer, & Farrukh Arslan. (2021). Energy Harvesting From the Magnetic Field of an Overhead Transmission Line for Smart Grid Applications. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering , 2(10), 55-61. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/453

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