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Transformative advancements in power system protection / Ramesh C. Bansal.

By: Bansal, Ramesh C [speaker.].
Contributor(s): IGI Global [production company.].
Material type: FilmFilmSeries: Global Video Streaming.Description: 1 streaming video (127 minutes) : sound, colour.Content type: two-dimensional moving image | spoken word Media type: electronic Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781466698185.Subject(s): Power resources -- Protection | Electric power -- ProtectionGenre/Form: Educational films.DDC classification: 333.79 LOC classification: TJ163.2 | .T722 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Section 1. Overview of power system protection -- Lesson 1. Basic system philosophy -- Lesson 2. Symmetrical fault analysis -- Lesson 3. Asymmetrical fault analysis --
Section 2. Protective devices -- Lesson 4. Fuses and circuit breakers -- Lesson 5. Instrument transformers (CTs) -- Lesson 6. Instrument transformers (PTs) --
Section 3. Protective devices: relays -- Lesson 7. Operating principles of over current relays: induction and microprocessor -- Lesson 8. Directional relays and impedance relays -- Lesson 9. Differential relays, pilot relays, relay settings, and coordination --
Section 4. Transformer protection -- Lesson 10. Transformer internal and external faults, protection against internal and external faults -- Lesson 11. Bucholz relay protection and over currents -- Lesson 12. Earth fault and differential protection --
Section 5. Generator protection -- Lesson 13. Types of generator protection -- Lesson 14. Stator protection -- Lesson 15. Rotor protection and other protection systems.
Summary: Electrical power systems have become ubiquitous in a world that is largely dependent on electrical networks and devices. Ensuring that electric power systems are in optimal working order is essential to ensuring that there is a continued supply of energy to the systems and devices that we depend on daily. Transformative Advancements in Power System Protection emphasizes essential tools, technologies, and concepts for securing electrical systems and ensuring that these systems are free from faults that could be detrimental to the entire electrical network. Presenting research-based methods for securing a variety of power systems, such as transmission lines, static VAR compensators, and generators, this video is designed for use by engineers, researchers, and graduate-level students in the field of electrical engineering.
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TJ163.2 .T722 2016 (Browse shelf) https://ezproxy.uttyler.edu/login?url=http://services.igi-global.com/resolvedoi/resolve.aspx?doi=10.4018/978-1-4666-9818-5 Available ocn936337248

Section 1. Overview of power system protection -- Lesson 1. Basic system philosophy -- Lesson 2. Symmetrical fault analysis -- Lesson 3. Asymmetrical fault analysis --

Section 2. Protective devices -- Lesson 4. Fuses and circuit breakers -- Lesson 5. Instrument transformers (CTs) -- Lesson 6. Instrument transformers (PTs) --

Section 3. Protective devices: relays -- Lesson 7. Operating principles of over current relays: induction and microprocessor -- Lesson 8. Directional relays and impedance relays -- Lesson 9. Differential relays, pilot relays, relay settings, and coordination --

Section 4. Transformer protection -- Lesson 10. Transformer internal and external faults, protection against internal and external faults -- Lesson 11. Bucholz relay protection and over currents -- Lesson 12. Earth fault and differential protection --

Section 5. Generator protection -- Lesson 13. Types of generator protection -- Lesson 14. Stator protection -- Lesson 15. Rotor protection and other protection systems.

Release date: January, 2016.

Electrical power systems have become ubiquitous in a world that is largely dependent on electrical networks and devices. Ensuring that electric power systems are in optimal working order is essential to ensuring that there is a continued supply of energy to the systems and devices that we depend on daily. Transformative Advancements in Power System Protection emphasizes essential tools, technologies, and concepts for securing electrical systems and ensuring that these systems are free from faults that could be detrimental to the entire electrical network. Presenting research-based methods for securing a variety of power systems, such as transmission lines, static VAR compensators, and generators, this video is designed for use by engineers, researchers, and graduate-level students in the field of electrical engineering.

Mode of access: World Wide Web.

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