Protective Relaying: Principles and Applications, Second Edition

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CRC Press, Oct 17, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 560 pages
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Maintaining the features that made the previous edition a bestseller, this book covers large and small utility systems as well as industrial and commercial systems. The author provides a completely new treatment of generator protection in compliance with governmental rules and regulations and supplies expanded information on symmetrical components. The text delineates individual protection practices for all equipment components; furnishes an overview of power system grounding, including system ferroresonance and safety grounding basics; analyzes power system performance during abnormal conditions; describes the relationship of input source performance to protection; and much more.
 

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Contents

Introduction and General Philosophies
1
Per Unit and Percent Values
35
Phasors and Polarity
47
A Review
70
Relay Input Sources
129
Ac Component
135
Protection Fundamentals and Basic Design Principles
161
SystemGrounding Principles
190
Transformers
296
Bus Protection
335
Motor Protection
357
Line Protection
383
Pilot Protection
444
Stability Reclosing and Load Shedding
476
Problems
499
Index
529

Utility and Nonutility Owned
231

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