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1, FEBRUARY 2009

1 2

M. O. Goni and A. Ametani

1

Dept. of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Khulna University of Engineering and

Technology, Khulna-9203, Bangladesh. E-mail:osman@ieee.org

2

Faculty of Engineering, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan. E-mail: aametani@mail.doshisha.ac.jp

Abstract Different mathematical formulas and summarizes the methods of excitation that have been

analytical values of surge impedance of communication considering in a lightning surge analysis by the technical

tower including high voltage transmission and community.

distribution tower are presented. Those values and

formulas have been utilized since 1934. Recently, the II. JORDANS ORIGINAL FORMULA FOR

surge impedance of communication tower under the TOWER SURGE IMPEDANCE

influence of direct and indirect lightning hit has drawn a

lot of attention. Such value of lightning surge impedance The surge impedance of a tower can be approximated

and its associated parameters are becoming important by considering the tower as a vertical cylinder having a

factors for the protection system design in substation as length equal to the height above the ground plane of the

well as low voltage communication equipments including actual tower, and a radius equal to the mean equivalent

home appliances. radius of the actual tower [1]. This equivalent cylinder

should also be regarded as having its base located at the

I. INTRODUCTION same elevation above the true ground plane as the

ground-line base of the actual tower. In accordance with

Several models have been proposed to estimate the the theory of images, there should be conceived as

surge impedance of vertical structures (tower), following associated with the equivalent cylinder an identical image

either a transmission line [1-6], a numerical cylinder located symmetrically with respect to the true

electromagnetic [7, 8], or an experimental approach [9- ground plane. For such a system, it can be shown that the

12], though in some cases, more than one approach is inductance of an element dy of the tower equivalent

used [13-16]. Jordan, in 1934, published one of the cylinder as shown in Fig. 1(b), at an elevation y above the

precursor works in this field [1]. Jordans formula to true ground plane is,

calculate the surge impedance of vertical conductors

remained as the main reference to estimate the transient (h + a y ) 2 + r 2 + (h + a y )

behavior of transmission towers subjected to lightning dL = [ log e

currents until the proposition of new theories in the 1960s (h + a + y ) 2 + r 2 + (h + a + y ) (1)

(e.g.,[2,3]). It was later found that Jordans derivation

(a + y ) 2 + r 2 + (a + y )

contained a mistake and a correction was proposed [17]. + log e ] dy ,

Recently, the interaction of lightning with elevated (a y ) 2 + r 2 + (a y )

strike objects has been attracting a lot of attention in the

scientific community (e.g.,[18-24]). As a consequence, where h = length of tower equivalent cylinder (height of

the development of simplified models to simulate tower above ground plane).

transients in vertical metallic structures has gained r = radius of tower equivalent cylinder (mean

importance. In this context, the equations and values of equivalent radius of tower).

surge impedance derived theoretically or measured a = depth of true ground plane below earths

experimentally appear to be very promising, because they surface.

give insightful information for the designing and Integrating equation (1) between the limits

installing protection system against lightning surge. y = h + a and y = a , dividing by h, multiplying by the

This paper presents investigation on surge impedance

of an elevated structure with simple approximation to the speed of light to convert from inductance to impedance

shape of structure. Different expressions for the time- (as Z = Lc , c = 1 / LC = speed of light), and finally

domain surge impedance that are usually adopted for simplifying, the mean value of surge impedance over the

characterization of the transient behavior of towers are cylinder equivalent to tower is, [1]

dependent on the excitation waveshape. This paper also

GONI, AMETANI: ANALYSIS AND ESTIMATION OF SURGE IMPEDANCE OF TOWER 73

h(h + 2a) a (h + 2a) 2 with face widths A and B, the equivalent radius of the

Zs =138 2 [ log10 + log10 ] structure would be r = 2(A + B ) 2 = 0.318(A + B ) .

r(h + a) h (h + a)(2a + 4a2 + r 2 )

30 III. IEEE/CIGRE FORMULA OF TOWER SURGE

+ [ 4a2 + r 2 2(h + a r) ] . IMPEDANCE

h

(2) A number of tower models have been proposed, but

most of them are not general, i.e., a tower model shows a

good agreement with a specific case explained in the

paper where the model is proposed.

The following IEEE/CIGRE formula of the tower

surge impedance is well known and is widely adopted in

a lightning surge simulation [25-26] (Fig. 2),

R

Z t = 60 ln cot 0.5 tan 1 , (4)

h

(a) (b)

(b) Equivalent representation.

plane below the earths surface (e.g. a as in Fig. 1(b)) is

close to zero, then equation (2) reduces to the

comparatively simple expression, [1]

h r

Z s = 138.2 log10 + 90 60

r h (3)

h r Fig. 2. Tower model proposed by IEEE/CIGRE.

= 60 ln + 90 60 .

r h where R = ( r1 h1 + r2 h + r3 h2 ) / h is the equivalent radius of

The equivalent radius for a complex structure such as the tower represented by a truncated cone, h= h1+h2, and

GSM tower, high voltage transmission tower etc. is r1,r2,r3 tower top, midsection and base radii [m],

difficult to compute precisely. At the outset, it is h1 height from the midsection to top [m],

necessary to disregard the cross arms, and confine h2 height from base to midsection [m].

attention to the tower mast and hence, the expression, When the tower is not a cone but a cylinder, then the

above equation is rewritten by,

r = perimeter of section 2 offers one method of

approximating the equivalent radius [1]. Thus for square

h

tower sections having a face width A, the equivalent Z t = 60 ln , (5)

radius would be r = 4A 2 = 0.637 A ; for triangular r

sections with face width A, the equivalent radius would

where r is the radius of a cylinder representing a tower.

be r = 3A / 2 = 0.478A ; and for rectangular sections

74 ACES JOURNAL, VOL. 24, NO. 1, FEBRUARY 2009

IV. JORDANS REVISED FORMULA where dL is the differential inductance element. Note that

if A = A r Ai is incorrectly assumed, equation (7) becomes

In [1], Jordan introduced the expression given by equal to the expression obtained by Jordan to represent

equation (3) to represent the surge impedance of a dL [1].

vertical conductor. Although the derivation of equation To calculate the external inductance L per unit length

(3) is not entirely available in [1], one can suppose that of the vertical conductor, it is necessary to integrate

Jordan applied the magnetic vector potential to calculate equation (7) in the interval a y 0 a + h , at x0 = r ,

the inductance of a vertical cylinder. The system of

Fig. 1(a) was equivalently represented as that in Fig. 1(b), and then to divide the result by h. To simplify, as in [1],

where i is the current in the real conductor, i is the an infinite ground conductivity is now assumed, making

current in the image conductor, and P0 is a generic point a = 0 in equation (7). As a result,

with coordinates (x0, y0) where one wish to calculate

0 4h2 + r 2

magnetic vector potential A . The parameter a is defined 2h + 4h2 + r 2 r

by Jordan [1] as the depth of true ground below the L= 2 loge + . (8)

4 r h h

earths surface, which is assumed to be, as in [5],

conceptually equivalent to the complex skin depth p

introduced by Deri et al. [27] to represent losses due to Equation (8) can be further simplified if h >> r .

finite ground conductivity. Also if losses are neglected and a transverse

According to the method of images, i and i must electromagnetic (TEM) field structure is assumed, the

have the same direction and sign, as illustrated in surge impedance Zs of the vertical conductor can be

Fig. 1(b) [28]. Consequently, A = Ar + Ai , where Ar is the obtained by multiplying equation (8) by the speed of

magnetic vector potential associated with the real light, resulting in,

4h

conductor, and Ai is the magnetic vector potential Z s = 60 ln 60 (9)

r

associated with the image conductor. Nevertheless, in the which is the same expression obtained by Takahashi [17]

derivation of equation (3), Jordan considered the opposite but in a slightly different derivation. The theoretical

sign for the current in the image conductor, and therefore, formula of surge impedance with vertical wave incidence

its contribution to the total magnetic vector potential derived from Takahashi [17] and validated by Goni et al.

became subtractive and not additive, as it should be. [29] is,

Consequently, the surge impedance given by equation (3)

2h

is underestimated. To evaluate the correct value of surge Z s = 60 ln 2 92.4

impedance of a vertical conductor following Jordans r (10)

approach, a new expression is then required. 2h

Based on the system of coordinates of Fig. 1(b) and = 60 ln 2 1.54 .

disregarding propagation effects, one can write the total r

magnetic vector potential at the generic point P0 as,

And with horizontal wave incidence,

i a+h dy

a+h

dy

A= 0 + y (6)

4 a ( y y)2 + x 2 a ( y + y)2 + x 2 2h

0 0 0 0 Z s = 60 ln 2 1.832 (11)

r

where the first integral in the right-hand side term

corresponds to Ar , the second integral corresponds to which is very close to the empirical formula of Hara et al.

[9],

Ai , and is the unit vector in the y-axis direction. After

2h

solving the integrals in equation (6) and knowing that Z s = 60 ln 2 2 . (12)

dL = A dy / i , one can write, r

(h + a y0 ) 2 + x0 + (h + a y0 )

2

independently derived by Wagner and Hileman [2] to

dL = 0 [ loge

4 (a y0 ) 2 + x0 + (a y0 )

2

(7)

calculate the average surge impedance of a vertical

cylinder that was later modified by Sargent and

(h + a + y0 ) 2 + x0 + (h + a + y0 )

2

Darveniza [3], reaching the final form,

+ loge ] dy0 ,

(a + y0 ) 2 + x0 + (a + y0 )

2

2h ct

Z WH = 60 ln 2 60 = 60 ln 2 60 .

r r

GONI, AMETANI: ANALYSIS AND ESTIMATION OF SURGE IMPEDANCE OF TOWER 75

Z = 60 ln 2 = 60 ln 2 . (13)

or rectangular current was assumed to be injected at the r r

top of vertical cylinder, and as a consequence, only the

first term in the right-hand side of the above equation was

obtained.

approximation of a steel tower, a conical representation

has also been used. The use of a cone as a simplification

of the tower element is not an unrealistic approximation

as is shown in Fig. 3, where the cylindrical and conical

representations are compared with the actual tower

structure. Analyses of the response of these structures

were performed using field theory concepts and will be

mentioned in the succeeding sections.

CYLINDRICAL TOWER TO A RECTANGULAR

WAVE OF CURRENT

any instant, and s is the distance along a curve through

the point, then,

A

E i ds = t ds

where A is the vector magnetic potential at the point.

Consider an isolated cylindrical tower of height h

and radius r normal to a perfectly conducting horizontal

earth plane as shown in Fig. 4. Consider a rectangular

wave of current I impressed on the tower at x = 0 at time t Fig. 3. Comparison of conical and cylindrical

= 0. Then the surface current density is, approximations of steel lattice communication tower.

I .

Js =

2r

Consider an element dx of the tower as shown in Fig.

4, then the vector magnetic potential at a point (d, r) is,

J s ( x, , t r / c )

0

A=

4 r

dS

the distance from dS to the point (d, r).

Hence,

2

0 rdx d

y

I

A= 2r ad .

d

4 0 0 (x d ) + r

2 2

Therefore,

d=p

0 I c ct ct

E

d =0

i ds =

4

ln

ct p

= I 60 ln 2 .

r

a surge impedance, for ct >> r . Thus, following

Wagner and Hileman, the transient surge impedance,

Fig. 4. Cylindrical tower used in field theory analyses.

76 ACES JOURNAL, VOL. 24, NO. 1, FEBRUARY 2009

2

VII. ANALYSIS OF THE SURGE RESPONSE OF A I K b du d

y

Au = 0 u .

CYLINDRICAL TOWER TO A RAMP WAVE OF

CURRENT, I = KT 4 2 0 0 x + d 2b d x

2 2

2

Au I Kcb

Consider the cylindrical tower of Fig. 4, with a ramp

current wave impressed at x = 0 at time t = 0. Then the

Hence,

t

= E iu = 0

4 2 Kct bd d .

0

time retarded, surface current density is, Therefore

r K x r u = ct 2

J s x, t = t . 0 I ct

cb

c 2r c c E iu du =

u =0

4 2

0 0

ct bu

du d

2

Using the nomenclature defined in Fig. 4 the vector 30 I 1

magnetic potential at a point (d, r) is, =

2 ln [2S

0

2 2

d

sin ( / 2)])

2

0 K x r r dx d

y

A=

4 0 0 2r t c c r ad . = I {60 ln ( 2 / S )}.

Integrating the electric field due to currents over the

height of the cylinder, and for ct >> r

p ct r r

2

0 E i d s = Kt 60 ln 2

r

1 + +

2ct 2ct

Again the term in brackets is of the form of a surge

impedance. Hence the transient surge impedance of a

cylindrical tower, derived by Sargent and Darveniza for a

ramp current wave impressed, may be defined as,

d

ct 2h

Z = 60 ln 2 60 = 60 ln 2 60

r r (14)

2h

= 60 ln 2 1 .

r

A CONICAL TOWER

can be conveniently approximated by a right cone of

appropriate half-angle.

Consider a conical tower of height h and half-angle

, as shown in Fig. 5. A rectangular wave of current is

impressed at the tower top (x = 0) at time t = 0, and

Fig. 5. Conical tower used in field theory analyses.

consider an element of the tower at x (measured in a

vertical direction) from the tower top. It is necessary to

determine the vector magnetic potential at a general point The expression in above braces is of the form of a

(d, r) on the cone.

surge impedance. Hence the transient surge impedance of

Consider the contribution A to the vector a cone is defined as,

magnetic potential at (d, r) of an element (du, d) as

shown in Fig. 5. Then,

J [ x, t ( r / c )]

Z = 60 ln 2 / S . ( ) (15)

A= 0 du d

4 r where S is the sine of the half-angle of the cone. This

I du d equation provides realistic estimates of the surge

= 0 .

4 2 r impedance of a steel lattice tower because it is in

excellent agreement, both in magnitude and time-

Therefore the vector magnetic potential at (d, r), in invariance characteristics, with values measured

the direction of the unit vector is, experimentally using geometric model technique [3].

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