As modern protective relays become increasingly more powerful and complex, many relay testers continue to use test procedures and philosophies that are based on previous generations of relays and their limitations. Modern relays have very different characteristics that require a different testing philosophy to ensure that they will operate when required. The Relay Testing Handbook: Creating and Implementing Test Plans outlines step-by-step procedures that will enable you to create and implement protective relay test plans for modern relay systems, ensuring accurate and efficient relay testing for nearly every application. Use the information in this book to: Collect and compare drawings, settings, and engineering studies to evaluate the application Compare all of the available documentation to the manufacturer's literature Prepare to test the relay by correctly isolating it from the rest of the system Establish communication with the relay and apply the settings Properly connect your test-set to the relay Perform acceptance tests Design your test plan using conventional test techniques, or implement more efficient and effective ones Implement your test plan or apply common test plans for feeder, generator, or line protection Prepare your report and test sheets This book is included in the hardcover book The Relay Testing Handbook: Principles and Practice, or it can be ordered by itself as a soft-cover book, Adobe Acrobat PDF digital download, or both. Paperback: 98 pages Trim Size: 8.5qx11q Publisher: Valence Electrical Training Services LLC Language: English ISBN-13: 978-1-934348-07-9 LCCN: 2012934620Tang, Kenneth, Dynamic State aamp; Other Advanced Testing Methods for Protection Relays Address Changing Industry ... and Applications (Red Book) ABB GEC Alstom (Reprint March 1995) Protective Relays Application Guide (Blue Book), anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Relay Testing Handbook #4D|
|Publisher||:||Valence Electrical Training Services LLC - 2007-10-01|