IEEE Press #: Fault Location on Transmission and Distribution Lines

Principles and Applications

IEEE Press #: Fault Location on Transmission and Distribution Lines
Surya Santoso, Swagata Das, Sundaravaradan N Ananthan
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h255 x 170mm - 288pg
16 Dec 2021 US
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This book provides readers with up-to-date coverage of fault location algorithms in transmission and distribution networks. The algorithms will help readers track down the exact location of a fault in the shortest possible time. A Furthermore, voltage and current waveforms recorded by digital relays, digital fault recorders, and other intelligent electronic devices contain a wealth of information. A Knowledge gained from analysing the fault data can help system operators understand what happened, why it happened and how it can be prevented from happening again. A The book will help readers convert such raw data into useful information and improve power system performance and reliability.
Swagata Das, PhD, is an Application Engineer (Protection) at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Texas, USA. She is an IEEE Senior Member and has published in peer-reviewed journals and presented her research on fault location and fault data analysis in transmission and distribution networks to industry professionals at several IEEE Power and Energy Society conferences. Surya Santoso, PhD, is a Professor in Electrical Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin, USA. His research interests include power systems fault analytics and protection, power systems modeling and simulation, and power quality. He is an IEEE Fellow and a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE Power and Energy Society. Sundaravaradan N. Ananthan, PhD, is a Project Engineer (Protection) at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Texas, USA. He has a background in power system protection and fault location in transmission and distribution networks and has published his research in many international journals and conferences.

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