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SEL Events at the Georgia Tech Protective Relaying Conference

Overview

SEL is excited to participate in Georgia Tech’s 71st Annual Protective Relaying Conference. We will host a number of activities associated with the conference, including a complimentary, full-day technical seminar. SEL engineers will present nine technical papers at the conference on topics such as implementing a microgrid, high-speed reclosing, advanced generator protection, and cybersecurity. In addition, we will participate in the vendor exhibition, where we will showcase many new technologies and have engineers on hand to help you with your power system challenges. We look forward to having you join us!

Learn more about the Georgia Tech Protective Relaying Conference at the official website.

 

Location and Details

Tuesday–Friday, May 2–5
Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
800 Spring Street NW
Atlanta, GA  30308
+1.404.347.9440

Continental Breakfast: 7:30 a.m.
Seminar: 8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Professional Development Hours: 7.5
Refreshments and a complimentary lunch will be provided.


Session Information
Complimentary
Professional Development Hours: 7.5

Technical Seminar

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
Salons 1–3
Tuesday, May 2
8:00 a.m.–4:30 p.m.


Join us at our preconference seminar, where SEL engineers will discuss specific topics related to power system protection, monitoring, control, communications, and integration. You will learn about the latest developments from SEL, such as high-performance time-domain line protection that securely and dramatically reduces relay tripping times. You’ll also hear about new, simple, secure SEL Time-Domain Link (TiDL) technology to modernize your substation. In addition, we will show you how to build fast, secure, and deterministic Ethernet communications networks for high-speed protection with game-changing software-defined networking (SDN) technology—and more!

The SEL seminar is complimentary and provides an excellent learning opportunity for beginners and advanced attendees alike. All attendees will receive 7.5 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) for attending (sent electronically the week following the event). Register for the SEL Technical Seminar today!

Agenda

Morning Session

8:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.


Welcome and Technology Update

Time-Domain Protection—Ready Here and Now

  • Learn and review basics of time-domain and traveling-wave protection (e.g., speed and reset simplicity).
  • Learn how and where the SEL-T400L Time-Domain Line Protection can fit into new and existing applications, with a focus on improved speed, traveling-wave fault location, and high-resolution oscillography.
  • Learn how the SEL-T400L can accommodate hybrid lines that combine underground cables and overhead conductors.

Fault Transmitters Accelerate Tripping

  • Learn how SEL’s new class of overhead protection sensor is improving feeder protection speed, solving challenging coordination problems, and enhancing feeder monitoring.
  • See how easy the fault transmitter and receiver system integrates with any SEL protection and communications products that incorporate Mirrored Bits communications technology.
  • Learn how to extend equipment life and reduce stress by reducing the fault duration while minimizing the customer impact during system faults.
  • See specific applications and key features that allow quicker power restoration times.

SDN Delivers Breakthrough Performance for Substation Ethernet Networks

  • Review the communications channel performance requirements for communications-assisted protection schemes.
  • See the importance of dependable communications for critical protection traffic.
  • Discuss the challenges of using Ethernet for teleprotection.
  • Receive an overview of current high-availability network solutions (e.g., the Parallel Redundancy Protocol [PRP] and high-speed reclosing [HSR]) for substation local-area network (LANs), and learn about their advantages.
  • Show how SEL is using SDN to provide a breakthrough solution that solves the limitations of using Ethernet for mission-critical teleprotection services within the substation.
  • Learn how SDN delivers microsecond failover, greater security, simplified network design and testing, and centralized network visibility.

Save Copper and Modernize Your Substation With SEL TiDL Technology

  • Understand the basics of SEL TiDL technology.
  • Learn how to apply TiDL technology for line, bus, and transformer applications.
  • Discuss the benefits of applying TiDL technology.
  • Learn how to test and commission a TiDL implementation.

Afternoon Breakout Sessions

1:00–4:30 p.m.

Choose from the following afternoon breakout sessions.


1:00–2:30 p.m.

Practical Implementation of Microgrid Control, Protection, and Communications

  • Understand how microgrid controllers and protective relays function together to increase grid reliability.
  • Learn what functionality and testing requirements to specify in a microgrid control and protection system.
  • Understand how to use a single SEL relay for synchronization, decoupling, monitoring, and protection at a point of common coupling (point of interconnect) with a microgrid.

–OR–

SEL TiDL Technology Simplifies Configuring, Commissioning, and Troubleshooting Fiber Optics for CT, PT, and Control

  • Commission an SEL TiDL and Sampled Values (SV) solution.
  • Compare an IEC 61850-9-2–based system and SEL TiDL technology.
  • Learn the innovations SEL brings to SV solutions.
  • Discuss the advantages of the simplicity of TiDL.

3:00–4:30 p.m.

Type 4 Wind Turbine and Photovoltaic Generation Dynamics, Controls, and Fault Scheme Analysis

  • Briefly discuss the behavior of Type 3 (DFIG) and Type 4 (full inverter) wind turbines during a power system fault condition.
  • Learn why some existing methods cannot be used to determine the fault type or fault direction.
  • Learn how to use present technology to detect the fault direction and fault type correctly.

–OR–

Speed Up Distribution Protection With Communications

  • Learn about the SEL-FT50 and SEL-FR12 Fault Transmitter and Receiver System.
  • Learn to apply fault transmitters with distribution protection controls, such as the SEL-651R Advanced Recloser Control.
  • Speed up tripping and improve coordination while improving safety and reducing wear on equipment.
  • Apply smarter reclosing schemes that selectively decide when reclosing should be attempted.

All-Afternoon Session

1:00–4:30 p.m.


Event Analysis With synchroWAVe Event

  • Learn how to use the custom calculations feature of SEL synchroWAVe Event 2015 to aid in event analysis.
  • Become familiar with several advanced tools available to assist in modeling directional elements and transformer differential calculations.
  • Bring your computer to practice applying these tools to real-world event reports and to analyze relay operation.

Technical Paper Presentations

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
Wednesday–Friday, May 3–5


A Current Story—When Primary Met Secondary
Genardo Corpuz (Lower Colorado River Authority) and Swagata Das and Ariana Hargrave (SEL)
Advanced Generator Protection and Monitoring Using Transducer Measurements
Terry Foxcroft (Snowy Hydro Limited) and Normann Fischer, Dale Finney, Satish Samineni, and Yu Xia (SEL)
Generator Motoring Protection—Are You Protected?
Dale Finney, Michael Thompson, Normann Fischer, and Amandeep Kalra (SEL)
High-Speed Reclosing, Switching Surges, and Bus Differential Protection Security—A Case Study
Jeff Iler (American Electric Power) and Ryan McDaniel (SEL)
Implementing a Microgrid Using Standard Utility Control Equipment
Tom Fenimore (Duke Energy) and Andy Gould and Larry Wright (SEL)
Performance Comparison Between Mho Elements and Incremental Quantity-Based Distance Elements
Gabriel Benmouyal, Normann Fischer, and Brian Smyth (SEL)
Protection Challenges for North Americas First Combined Cable/Overhead Double-Circuit 500 kV Transmission Line With Mutual Coupling
Denis Bucco, Curtis Sanden, Arturo Torres, and Edward Wong (Southern California Edison) and Jordan Bell, Normann Fischer, and John Thompson (SEL)
Remedial Action Scheme Based on Synchrophasor Measurements and System Angle Difference for Peru’s 500 kV Grid
Yofre Jacome (COES SINAC), Luis Figueroa (Sociedad Minera Cerro Verde), and Eduardo Palma, Fernando Calero, Pedro Loza, Alejandro Carbajal, and Ashish Upreti (SEL)
Ukraine Cyber-Induced Power Outage: Analysis and Practical Mitigation Strategies
David E. Whitehead, Kevin Owens, Dennis Gammel, and Jess Smith (SEL)

Solutions Lab

Georgia Tech Hotel and Conference Center
Conference Room B
Tuesday–Thursday, May 2–4 • Open each evening at 5:00 p.m.

Visit with SEL engineers each evening of the conference to learn more about our latest inventions for power system protection and control. We’ll have hands-on demonstrations to help you explore our latest innovations for SDN, distribution automation, dependable computation, advanced line protection, automation and control, software, power management, integrated communications for critical infrastructure, and much more!

 


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SEL-T400L Time-Domain Line Protection

Apply the SEL-T400L Time-Domain Line Protection for ultra-high-speed and secure protection of critical lines. 

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Software-Defined Networking

The breakthrough software-defined networking (SDN) technology in the SEL-2740S Software-Defined Network Switch solves the inherent limitations of Ethernet networks.  

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Time Domain Link (TiDL) Technology

The inherent simplicity, the sampling rate, the cybersecurity, the protection—nothing comes close to TiDL technology. 

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SEL-FT50 and SEL-FR12 Fault Transmitter and Receiver System

The SEL Fault Transmitter and Receiver System provides an innovative approach for speeding up distribution protection schemes without sacrificing selectivity. 

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SEL-751 Feeder Protection Relay

The SEL-751 Feeder Protection Relay is ideal for directional overcurrent, fault location, arc-flash detection, and high-impedance fault detection applications. 

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SEL-3360 Compact Industrial Computer

The tough SEL-3360 Compact Industrial Computer is built to withstand harsh environments in utility substations, industrial control systems, and automation systems.