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This research analyses the performance of the restricted earth fault (REF) relay used on a 400kV capacitor bank scheme used on the Eskom Transmission network. After the commissioning of two… Read more
The main purpose of the report is to carry out new calculations in order to secure the existing nuclear power system’s reliability and to investigate the differences between new and… Read more
Fundamental differential arrangements have established the foundation of many sophisticated protection arrangements for feeders and other system elements. In certain protection schemes, an auxiliary ‘pilot’ circuit interconnects similar current transformers… Read more
The following are National Electrical Code (NEC) references with regard to maximum voltage drop: branch circuits NEC 210.19(A)(1), feeders NEC 215.2(A)(4), sensitive Electronic Equipment NEC 647.4(D) and other considerations. NEC… Read more