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Power System Protective Relaying-Part Four

Power System Protective Relaying-Part Four

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Published by: MohammedSaadaniHassani on Oct 31, 2009
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Part Four – ProtectionPart Four – ProtectionFundamentals and Basic DesignFundamentals and Basic DesignPrinciplePrinciple
Wei-Jen Lee, Ph.D., PEProfessor of Electrical Engineering Dept.The Univ. of Texas at Arlington
The best protection technique now and for morethan 50 years is that known as differential protection.
Differential protection is universally applicable toall parts of the power system.
Other protections, such as overcurrent, over/under frequency, and over/under voltage protections, arealso use among utility industry.
The Differential PrincipleThe Differential Principle
For normal operation andall external faults, the I
of the relay is very small.
During external faults, thetransient of the CTs can produce rather largecurrents. Therefore, it isdifficult and impractical toapply an instantaneousrelay. Time delay relay can be used with care.

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