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Relay Coordination Guide

Relay Coordination Guide

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Published for electrical engineers by EP
OWER
E
NGINEERING
and available at www.epowerengineering.com
The ABC’s of Overcurrent Coordination
Thomas P. Smith, P.E.January 2006
 
 ABOUT THE AUTHORTHOMAS P. SMITH, P.E.
received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 1982, and hisB.S. in Education in 1981 from the University of Nebraska. Mr. Smith has over 20 yearsof electric power systems design, analysis and training experience. He began his careerin 1983 at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers – Omaha District as a design engineer. In1988 Mr. Smith joined Gilbert/Commonwealth where he performed a wide variety ofpower system studies for industrial and utility clients. In 1995 he began work as a privateconsultant. He has designed electrical distribution systems for air separation plants builtthroughout the world for Air Products and Chemicals. He annually prepares and teachesseveral seminars in power systems design and analysis. Mr. Smith is a RegisteredProfessional Engineer in the states of Nebraska and Pennsylvania. He is a member ofthe IEEE.The material in this guide was initially developed by Mr. Smith for his power systemseminars. His design experiences were used as a foundation. He has been fortunate towork with, and is grateful to, the many fine engineers that have shared their knowledgeand experiences with him over the years. Much of this material is not original, it can befound in old engineering references no longer in print, rules of thumb passed down fromone engineer to another, or in various standards.
DISCLAIMER
EP
OWER
E
NGINEERING
has attempted to provide accurate and current information forinterpretation and use by a registered professional engineer. EP
OWER
E
NGINEERING
 disclaims any responsibility or liability resulting from the interpretation or use of thisinformation.
 © 2006
 
EP
OWER
E
NGINEERING
 
 
The ABC’s of Overcurrent Coordination
Table of ContentsSection 1 INTRODUCTION 1Section 2 LIFE SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 2Section 3 EQUIPMENT PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS 3Feeders 3Capacitors 11Transformers 15Motors 23Generators 31LV Equipment 36MV Equipment 40Section 4 SELECTIVITY REQUIREMENTS 44Section 5 SETTING GUIDELINES 54MV Motor Switchgear Feeder Unit 54MV Motor Fused Starter Feeder Unit 56LV Motor Power Circuit Breaker Feeder Unit 58LV Motor MCP Starter Feeder Unit 60LV Motor Fused Starter Feeder Unit 62MV Generator Switchgear Feeder Unit with Voltage Controlled 51V 64MV Generator Switchgear Feeder Unit with Voltage Restrained 51V 66LV Generator Molded-Case Circuit Breaker or Power Circuit Breaker Feeder Unit 68MV Transformer Switchgear Feeder Unit 70MV Transformer Fused Switch Feeder Unit 72MV Capacitor Switchgear Feeder Unit 74MV Main Service Switchgear Feeder Unit 76LV Main Service Power Circuit Breaker Feeder Unit 78LV Main Service Molded-Case Circuit Breaker Feeder Unit 80MV Resistor Grounded Systems 82LV Solidly Grounded Systems 84Section 6 STUDY PROCEDURES 86Section 7 REFERENCES 88 
 © 2006
 
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