INTEGRATED PROTECTION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR SUB-STATION


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INTEGRATED PROTECTION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR SUB-STATION
Dr. M.P. Soni Electrical power utilities have been using discrete electronics and electro-mechanical devices for power system protection, metering and supervisory control. Each device independently acquires and processes the power system data from current and potential transformers, circuit breakers, isolators, tap changers, etc., and performs the assigned function. Such a system suffers from two disadvantages. The first one is the cost associated with each device acquiring power system signals independently. The second and foremost disadvantage is that each device has only the information that it acquires direct…
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Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited: Handbook of Switchgears. INTEGRATED PROTECTION AND CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR SUB-STATION, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2007), AccessEngineering Export