Power System Protection
December 1998, Wiley-IEEE Press
P. M. Anderson, a noted expert on power systems, presents an analytical and technical approach to power system protection. His discussion shows how abnormal system behavior can be detected before damage occurs, and points to effective control action to limit system outages.
Advance your knowledge of power system protection through a better understanding of:
- Protective devices and controls
- Protection concepts
- Transmission protection
- Apparatus protection
- System aspects of protective systems
- Reliability analysis of protective systems
POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION is expressly written for practicing engineers and advanced graduate-level student engineers who need a comprehensive resource on the principles of power system behavior. This essential reference work provides new and advanced concepts for understanding system performance.
List of Symbols.
PROTECTIVE DEVICES AND CONTROLS.
Protection Measurements and Controls.
Protective Device Characteristics.
Fault Protection of Radial Lines.
Introduction to Transmission Protection.
Complex Loci in the Z and Y Planes.
Impedance at the Relay.
Admittance at the Relay.
Analysis of Distance Protection.
Transmission Line Mutual Induction.
Pilot Protection Systems.
Complex Transmission Protection.
Series-Compensated Line Protection.
Transformer and Reactor Protection.
SYSTEM ASPECTS OF PROTECTION.
Protection Against Abnormal System Frequency.
Protective Schemes for Stability Enhancement.
RELIABILITY OF PROTECTIVE SYSTEMS.
Basic Raliability Concepts.
Reliability Concepts in System Protection.
Fault Tree Analysis of Protective Systems.
Markov Modeling of Protective Systems.
Appendix A: Protection Terminology.
Appendix B: Protective Device Classification.
Appendix C: Overhead Line Impedances.
Appendix D: Transformer Data.
Appendix E: 500 kV Transmission Line Data.
About the Author.