New Protection Method for Automated Distribution Feeders

New Protection Method for Automated Distribution Feeders
Posted: 12 Jul 2012
Authors:
Thierry F. Godart and Andre Smit
Primary Committee:
IEEE Smart Grid Newsletters
Pages: 3

The constant variations in line and source topologies found in a typical automated distribution feeder can create design challenges for protection engineers, especially those using traditional overcurrent protection methods. A novel approach using differential protection recently debuted on an A&N Electric Cooperative feeder in Virginia, demonstrating the ability to reduce the number of required settings groups without compromising feeder flexibility or the speed, accuracy, and selectivity of protection.

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