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Power System Protection Volumes 1-4 by Institution Of Engineering And Technology, Electricity

By Institution Of Engineering And Technology, Electricity Training Assoc

A suite of 4 volumes compiled by means of best experts within the electrical energy offer and production businesses to supply a finished remedy of strength method protection.

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Power method safeguard 2: structures and techniques - ISBN 9780852968369
Power procedure security three: software - ISBN 9780852968376

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The advantage of using phase sequence components lies in the fact that, when the whole range of fault currents is considered, it is found that currents in non-faulted phases can give rise to low or misleading outputs from the single phase quantity. The use of a controlled proportion of sequence quantities permits these 'blind spots' to be avoided, and gives a control of output levels for different types of fault. Fig. -e~ R =Y =B 10' II' 12 - Zero positive and negative sequence currents. O, I I and 12 used for comparison signal.

T. F. F. f. receivers and transmitters of carrier-current protective systems into a high voltage line at its terminations. They are something more than mere coupling capacitors, as they include means for tuning the coupling circuits to the frequency of the injected signal. Even when the capacitor portion forms part of a capacitor voltage device, the design and the capacitance values, and also the necessary 'surge' protection, are decided more by 40 Protection principles and components the requirements of the coupling function than by those of the capacitor voltage device.

Many discriminative systems of the latter kind in. corporate devices of the first-mentioned kind, and this applies both to unit and to non-unit systems. The term stability is often used to describe the quality of a protective system by virtue of which it remains inoperative under specified conditions usually associated with high values of fault current. Strictly speaking, it is a quality that only unit systems can possess because they are required to remain inoperative under all conditions associated with faults outside their own zone.

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