As you know, the busbar differential protection function (87BB) is the main protection function for protecting busbars, and It relies on Kirchhoff’s current law. This law states that the vectorial sum of all currents flowing into a closed area must be zero.
Topics of busbar protection about how to configure and set the busbar protection parameters are recorded.
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Part A: Introduction, review of generator construction and protection
GA 01 (10 min): cylindrical and salient pole rotors, generator connections, normal Operation, abnormal Conditions, why generator protection, function of a protection System, generator grounding techniques, fault Current Behavior of a synchronous generator
GA 02 (12 min): stator winding faults, field winding or rotor circuit faults, abnormal operating conditions, the object of the protection system, generator protective relaying technology, multifunction generator protection systems (MGPS), numerical relays, generator ANSI codes, IEEE Recommendations for different Generator protection functions, an overview of different generator relays from different manufactures (ABB, Schneider, SEL, Siemens), stator winding faults, field winding or rotor circuit faults, abnormal operating conditions, the object of the protection system, generator protective relaying technology, multifunction generator protection systems (MGPS), numerical relays, generator ANSI codes, IEEE Recommendations for different Generator protection functions, an overview of different generator relays from different manufactures (ABB, Schneider, SEL, Siemens)
GA 03 (08 min): review REG 670 relay, the hardware structure of REG670, rearview and front view of REG670, main protection functions, backup protection functions, control & monitoring functions, REG670 templates (A20, B30, C30)
GA 04 (18 min): REG670 configuration (online, offline)
GA 05 (17 min): REG670 configuration (online, offline)
GA 06 (10 min): injecting signals and monitoring in the REG670 signal monitoring, config binary outputs
GA 08 (22 min): config and testing of the inverse time overcurrent in REG670
GA 09 (23 min): config and settings of the directional overcurrent in REG670
GA 10 (06 min): testing of the dirrectional directional in REG670
GA 11 (10 min): theory of operation of synchronous AC Generator, typical generation systems, grounding strategies
Part B Subjects (17 min): Generator differential protection
Review of the generator protection functions in Single line diagram
Principal of differential protection function
Configurations and parameters of the generator differential protection block
Part C Subjects (20 min): Generator stator earth fault protection
The reverse busbar protection is a cost-effective solution for the accelerated clearance of busbar faults in distribution systems. It can only be applied on single busbars with a fixed direction of power flow and fault current flow. In picture 3, a typical application is shown.
review: For this application, the protection device on the incoming bay (usually the transformer bay) will be provided with blocking signals from the outgoing bays (the feeder bays). If one of the outgoing bays (feeder bays) detects a fault, (pick-up signal), this bay must route a blocking signal to protect the incoming bay. This blocking signal prevents the fast tripping of the incoming bay (I>> stage). The block signal may only be present for one second. For this application, a CFC chart in the incoming bay is required. Although it is possible to allocate a signal from a binary input so that it provides the blocking of a protection stage it is not possible to give more than one binary input to directly block one protection stage (the reason being that if two binary inputs that provide the same blocking signal have a different state, the device logic would not know which of the two binary inputs should be used).
Example application with 7SJ6 relays: The I>> stage in the in-comer will be blocked with the signal 1721 >Block 50-2., and the signal 1724 >Block 50N-2. These signals must be allocated with source CFC. (see picture 1)
For example, a feeder relay (or many feeder relays with a blocking signal connected in parallel) designated as LHBB-block provides a blocking input signal via binary input to the incoming bay relay. This signal is routed to the user-defined single-point annunciation in the matrix (picture 1), binary input 20. Similarly, the second feeder relay (or second group of relays) designated as RHBB-block is/are allocated to binary input 21. Two new user-defined single-point annunciations, which have to be connected to the binary inputs must be generated. These signals (in picture 1) are called LHBB-Block and RHBBBlock. These signals must be routed with the destination CFC so that they will be available inside the CFC charts. In the CFC chart, the LHBB-Block and RHBB-Block signals are connected via OR-gate. The output of the OR gate triggers a timer that restricts the blocking signal to one second. This is achieved by applying the timer output via a negator to an AND gate (AND gate 4 in picture 2). The timer output will change from 0 to 1 one second after the OR gate output changes to 1.
At this point, the second input of AND gate 4 will change to 0, thereby removing the blocking signal routed from OR gate one via the AND gate to the right-hand margin. As shown in picture 2, the blocking signal from the CFC chart is derived from the AND gate output and is routed to the signals 1721 >Block 50-2. and 1724 >Block 50N-2. Please note that the gates must be executed in the correct sequence, i.e. sequences 10 to 13 as shown in picture 2. The sequence of execution may commence with a different number, depending on other logic located in the same execution layer, PLC_BEARB). The OR gates must be first in the sequence, followed by the timer, negator, and AND gate in turn.
Part B:Overcurrent and Directional Overcurrent Functions (67, 67N, 50, 51, 50N, 51N)
Practical Sections (2.5 hrs)
Part C: Differential Protection Functions (87G, 87T, 87L)
Diff protection principal
Diff RIO block
Diff Operating Characteristic
Diff Trip Time Characteristic & Diff Harmonic Restraint
Part D:XRIO and PTL(50 mins)
RIO and XRIO history and the reason we use this format for relay testing, RIO structure, XRIO structure, Differences between RIO and XRIO files, XRIO features & benefits, LinkToXRIO.
XRIO template, Import Relay Settings, How to find a proper XRIO template and filter based on the relay
Common issues while loading the relay settings into a template and how to solve the issues, XRIO template based on the relay versions
A case study XRIO file
Modify a case study XRIO file
Modify the XRIO template, RIO blocks
Part E: Impedance Protection Functions (80mins)
Distance RIO block
Advance Distance Test Module settings
Distance protection function principal, Impedance View
Analysis of server faults visually in the impedance view
Analysis of several distance relays (RAZOA, ABB REL670, SEL421, Siemens 7SA8x, MiCOM P442, NR PCS 931S, Protecta)
Distance Test Module settings
Preparing XRIO file for testing of impedance protection functions
Part F: Autoreclosure Function (ANSI 79, 40 mins )
Autoreclosure Description, auto reclose process, Autoreclose timing diagram
Deadtime 1, Deadtime 2, Deadtime 3, Reclaim time, Reclose time-delay, Discrimination time, A/R Inhibit window
How to test AR in sequencer
How to test AR in the Autorecoser test module
Part G: Voltage and Frequency Protection Functions (28 min)
Ramping test modules
Testing of the Over/Under frequency (81O/ 81U)
Testing of the Over/Undervoltage (59, 27)
Part H: Study and review of different relays (24 min)
H 01: SIPROTEC 7UT6 setting description and configuration
H 02: Testing differential function in SIPROTEC 7UT6, No combined characteristic feature, Automate testing by creating SIEMENS 7UT XRIO file
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Part 01: MiCOM relays range, naming, and application is presented.
Parts 2-7: These parts present exercises with MiCOM P123 and AMT105 setup. Three-phase signals are injected into the relay to test hardware connection and protection functions.
Part 8-17: These parts present exercises with MiCOM P441 and AMT105 (configuration and PSL, event and disturbance recorder, overcurrent protection, voltage protection, negative sequence protection, and distance protection parameters).
Supplementary files attached
01 start working with Easergy Studio in online mode
02 MiCOM Relay Measurements, Event Logs & Disturbance Records
03 Input naming in the Micom relays
04 Communicate with MiCom P139
05 Communicating with MICOM P139 checking the parameters from the front panel
06 Binary input test from MICOM P139 front panel
07 Binary input test from MICOM P139 front Easergy studio
08 Function Parameters in the MICOM P139
09 Overcurrent Function test in the Micom P139
10 Inverse time overcurrent function IDMT test in the MiCOM P139
11 CBF function config and parameters in the Micom P139
12 Autorecoser function config in the MiCOMp139
13 Autorecoser function test in the MiCOMp139
14 Autorecoser function test in the MiCOMp139 By FREJA
15 Under and Over Voltage protection function parameters and testing in the MiCOM P443
16 Overcurrent and Earth Fault protection function parameters and testing in the MiCOM P443
17 DEF protection function parameters and testing in the MiCOM P443
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Part 1 (40 min, 4 sections):
Simulation of a simple three-phase AC system.
Different elements and their parameters are explained in detail.
Part 2 (41 min, 4 sections):
Distance protection scheme in detail
Part 3 (32 mins, 2 sections):
The Digital fault recorder in PSCAD and how to config the recorded signals in a fault analysis tool (SIGRA).
Part 4 (16 min, 2 sections):
several relay study cases
Part 5 (92 min, 5 sections):
The impedance-based fault location function and how to test this function in a relay
Both single end and double end methods, and the process of testing this function by using PSCAD, SIGRA
An experimental study has been carried out where several faults in different locations are simulated in PSCAD, The Comtrade file of each is loaded in the Omicron test universe and the associated voltage and current are injected into the SEL 421 (Distance relay) to test the relay fault location.
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