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RESULT

ACTIVITY 1 : GETTING FAMILIAR CREATING CASES AND LIBRARIES

Figure 1: Case 1

Figure 1.1: Waveform Output of Circuit

Figure 1.2: Waveform Output at X1

Figure 1.3: Waveform Output at X2

ACTIVITY 2 : BUILDING A SIMPLE CASE

Figure 2: Case 2

Figure 2.1 : Waveform output current at Ia

Figure 2.2 : Waveform output current at Ib

Figure 2.3 : Waveform output current at Ic

Figure 2.4 : Waveform output voltage at Ea

Figure 2.5 : Waveform output voltage at Eb

Figure 2.6 : Waveform output voltage at Ec

Figure 2.7 : Waveform output voltage at Ed

ACTIVITY 3

Figure 3 : Circuit of Activity 3


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Fault at 2 : Phase B to Ground

Figure 3.1 : Waveform output current at Ia

Figure 3.2 : Waveform output current at Ib

Figure 3.3 : Waveform output current at Ic

Figure 3.4: Waveform output voltage at Ea

Figure 3.5: Waveform output voltage at Eb

Figure 3.6 : Waveform output voltage at Ec

Figure 3.7 : Waveform output voltage at Ed

Fault at 6 : Phase B to C to Ground

Figure 3.8 : Waveform output current at Ia

Figure 3.9 : Waveform output current at Ib

Figure 3.10 : Waveform output current at Ic

Figure 3.11 : Waveform output voltage at Ea

Figure 3.12 : Waveform output voltage at Eb

Figure 3.13 : Waveform output voltage at Ec

Figure 3.14 : Waveform output voltage at Ed

Fault at 9 : Phase A to C

Figure 3.15 : Waveform output current at Ia

Figure 3.16 : Waveform output current at Ib

Figure 3.17 : Waveform output current at Ic

Figure 3.18 : Waveform output voltage at Ea

Figure 3.19 : Waveform output voltage at Eb

Figure 3.20 : Waveform output voltage at Ec

Figure 3.21 : Waveform output voltage at Ed


QUESTION

1. Explain what happen to the voltage and current when the load of exercise 2 has
been changed to R-L loads.
When the voltage and current load has been changed to R-L loads, the voltage are
not longer costant. They are varring with the variation of load (R-L). So that, the
current that provided by the voltage source changes with load. Not only that, the
waveform perfomed also different to each other.

2. Each the result of the experiment. What is the effect when the two phases fault
happen in phase A and B. Explain the voltage and current magnitude.
The effect when the two phases fault happen in phase A and B, the voltage and
current for these phase will cause different condition which is the voltage will be
dropped nad the current will be over current. So that, there are no disturbance at
phase C. The voltage that flow in the phase C is same whereas the circuit breaker
is open. The voltage and current magnitude in phase A and B is different to phase
C.