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Asked Feb 21, 2019

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Step 1

a) For calculating the pick up current here we have to calculate the line to line current for bus A and B as the generator voltage is 100V and the impedance between is 10 Ω and 1 Ω

The pick up for A will be calculated as:

Thus, at A the pick up current will be 10A.

Step 2

The pick up for B will be calculated as:

Thus, at B the pick up current will be 9.091A

Step 3

b) For calculating the pick up current here we have to calculate the line to line current for bus A and B as the generator voltage is 100V and the im...

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