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We will discuss applications of negative-sequence differential protection for lines and transformers, negative-sequence directional elements for turn-to-turn faults in reactors and stators, and protection principles for generator turn-to-turn faults.
The webinar will: - Explain the principles of traffic engineering and how primary and failover paths can be predetermined to guarantee less than 100 µs failover times. - Show how the deny-by-default architecture of SDN enables far more secure networks.
In this webinar, the presenter will review a number of time-domain protection techniques, including directional elements, direct-tripping underreaching elements, and differential elements, that significantly speed up line protection.
In this webinar, we will address: • Bridging the gap between second, millisecond, and microsecond accuracies • Maintaining time accuracy by implementing best practices • Adding precise-time redundancy and mitigating GPS vulnerabilities.