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Edited by Héctor J. Altuve Ferrer and Edmund O. Schweitzer, III
The most comprehensive work of its kind, this book consolidates into one volume new, modern solutions for protection, control, and monitoring of electric power systems.
You'll find straightforward presentations and example applications of the following technologies:
Edited by Héctor J. Altuve Ferrer, Bogdan Kasztenny, and Normann Fischer
This book addresses the design and application of line current differential (87L) protection, communications, and fault locating, from both the protection and communications perspectives. The book is a collection of technical papers written by industry experts, including research and development engineers, field application engineers, and protection and communications practitioners from several electric utilities. The book is suitable for protection, control, communications, and power system engineers, as well as decision-making personnel at electric utilities and industries.
The papers are grouped in sections that cover the following topics:
By Stanley Zocholl
Current transformers are used throughout the world as current transducers for protective relays in utility and industrial applications. Standard ratings and application guides deal with the steady-state sine wave behavior of current transformers. Despite the use of recommended rules applied to avoid transient saturation, it always occurs in certain critical relay applications. This book presents transformer concepts that provide the fundamentals to understand the nonlinear characteristics, accuracy ratings, and transient behavior of current transformers.
By Stanley Zocholl
AC motor protection presents a unique challenge to facility, maintenance, and protection engineers. Comprehensive motor protection requires knowledge of all the characteristics of the motor in operation. AC motors, induction or synchronous, require electrical, mechanical, and thermal models to determine the motor characteristics needed to provide optimized thermal and fault protection. Written for the practicing engineer, all of the steps necessary to develop this vital information are included in this concise book.