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As the energy demand increases due to the developing electric power industry, the fault current becomes higher during the fault time. A new approach is needed to reduce a fault current in a power distribution system, since the fault currents influence other protective devices' operation. To decrease the fault current, the superconducting fault current limiter (SFCL) has been suggested. The SFCL has no power loss with no effect on a power distribution system because the SFCL impedance onlydoi:10.3390/en15197405 fatcat:qi6pzgfczjbjlkzs6izoxrspga