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Optimal Coordination of Power Protective Devices with Illustrative Examples

Al-Roomi, Ali R.

IEEE Press Series on Power Engineering

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1. Edition January 2022
528 Pages, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-79485-1
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Optimal Coordination of Power Protective Devices with Illustrative Examples

Provides practical guidance on the coordination issue of power protective relays and fuses

Protecting electrical power systems requires devices that isolate the components that are under fault while keeping the rest of the system stable. Optimal Coordination of Power Protective Devices with Illustrative Examples provides a thorough introduction to the optimal coordination of power systems protection using fuses and protective relays.

Integrating fundamental theory and real-world practice, the text begins with an overview of power system protection and optimization, followed by a systematic description of the essential steps in designing optimal coordinators using only directional overcurrent relays. Subsequent chapters present mathematical formulations for solving many standard test systems, and cover a variety of popular hybrid optimization schemes and their mechanisms. The author also discusses a selection of advanced topics and extended applications including adaptive optimal coordination, optimal coordination with multiple time-current curves, and optimally coordinating multiple types of protective devices. Optimal Coordination of Power Protective Devices:
* Covers fuses and overcurrent, directional overcurrent, and distance relays
* Explains the relation between fault current and operating time of protective relays
* Discusses performance and design criteria such as sensitivity, speed, and simplicity
* Includes an up-to-date literature review and a detailed overview of the fundamentals of power system protection
* Features numerous illustrative examples, practical case studies, and programs coded in MATLAB(r) programming language

Optimal Coordination of Power Protective Devices with Illustrative Examples is the perfect textbook for instructors in electric power system protection courses, and a must-have reference for protection engineers in power electric companies, and for researchers and industry professionals specializing in power system protection.

Acknowledgement

Preface

Acronyms

Introduction

Chapter 1 Fundamental Steps in Optimization Algorithms

Chapter 2 Fundamentals of Power System Protection

Chapter 3 Mathematical Modelling of Inverse-Time Overcurrent Relay Characteristics

Chapter 4 Upper Limit of Relay Operating Time

Chapter 5 Directional Overcurrent Relays and the Importance of Relay Coordination

Chapter 6 General Mechanism to Optimally Coordinate Directional Overcurrent Relays

Chapter 7 Optimal Coordination of inverse-time DOCRs with Unified TCCC

Chapter 8 Incorporating LP and Hybridizing It With Meta-Heuristic Algorithms

Chapter 9 Optimal Coordination of DOCRs With OCRs and Fuses

Chapter 10 Optimal Coordination with Considering Multiple Characteristic Curves

Chapter 11 Optimal Coordination with Considering the Best TCCC

Chapter 12 Considering the Actual Settings of Different Relay Technologies in the Same Network

Chapter 13 Considering Double Primary Relay Strategy

Chapter 14 Adaptive ORC Solver

Chapter 15 Multi-Objective Coordination

Chapter 16 Optimal Coordination of Distance and Overcurrent Relays

Chapter 17 Trending Topics and Existing Issues

Appendix A Some Important Data Used in Power System Protection

Appendix B How to Install PowerWorld Simulator (Education Version)

Appendix C Single-Machine Infinite Bus

Appendix D Linearizing Relay Operating Time Models

Appendix E Derivation of the First Order Thermal Differential Equation

Appendix F List of ORC Test Systems

Bibliography

Index
ALI R. AL-ROOMI, PhD, is a Research Assistant at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. He is an IEEE Member and has served as an academic reviewer for Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering and Electrical Power and Energy Conference. His research interests include power systems operation, control systems, sensors, optimization algorithms, and machine learning computing systems.