The Relay Testing Handbook was created for relay technicians from all backgrounds and provides the knowledge necessary to test most modern protective relays installed over a wide variety of industries. Basic electrical fundamentals, detailed descriptions of protective elements, and generic test plans are combined with examples from real life applications to increase your confidence in any relay testing situation. A wide variety of relay manufacturers and models are used in the examples to help you realize that once you conquer the sometimes confusing and frustrating man-machine interfaces created by the different manufacturers, all digital relays use the same basic fundamentals; and most relays can be tested by applying these fundamentals. This package provides a step-by-step procedure for testing the most common distance protection applications used by a variety of manufacturers. Each chapter follows a logical progression to help understand why distance protection is used and how it is applied. Testing procedures are described in detail to ensure that the distance protection has been correctly applied. Each chapter uses the following outline to best describe the element and the test procedures.ApplicationSettingsPickup TestingTiming TestsTips and Tricks to Overcome Common ObstaclesReal world examples are used to describe each test with detailed instructions to determine what test parameters to use and how to determine if the results are acceptable.Thank you for your support with this project, and I hope you find this and future additions of The Relay Testing Handbook to be useful.Daume, John F., High Voltage Transmission Protection Practices Bonneville Power Administration Tang, Kenneth, ... and Applications (Red Book) ABB GEC Alstom (Reprint March 1995) Protective Relays Application Guide (Blue Book), Thirdanbsp;...
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|Publisher||:||Valence Electrical Training Services LLC - 2012-02-28|