ECE Course Syllabus
ECE6323 Course Syllabus
Power System Protection (2-2-3)
- Technical Interest
- Electrical Energy
- ECE 4320
- Catalog Description
- The theory and practice of modern power system protection techniques.
- Elmore, Walter, Protective Relaying: Theory and Applications (2nd edition), Marcel Dekker, 2003. ISBN 0824709721, ISBN 9780824709723 (required) (used Summer 2002)
Horowitz and Phadke, Power System Relaying, Second Edition (2 edition), Research Studies Press, LTD, 2003. ISBN 0 86380 185 4 (required)
SPIs are a subset of the abilities a student will be able to demonstrate upon successfully completing the course.
Outcome 1 (Students will demonstrate expertise in a subfield of study chosen from the fields of electrical engineering or computer engineering): 1. Understand the protection philosophy for electric power system and elaborate on the speed, dependability and security of protection systems. 2. Understand the protection requirements for all the major power devices in an electric energy system, such as generators, power lines, and transformers. Describe protection schemes for major power devices and compute settings for the main protection functions. Outcome 2 (Students will demonstrate the ability to identify and formulate advanced problems and apply knowledge of mathematics and science to solve those problems): 1. Design and code a protective relay and demonstrate its operation with simulated data. 2. Develop algorithms and implementations for analyzing fault conditions for a small electric energy system under transient and steady state faults. Outcome 3 (Students will demonstrate the ability to utilize current knowledge, technology, or techniques within their chosen subfield): 1. Design, test and be conversant of the main protection functions for component protection, such as overcurrent, directional, differential, distance, over/under voltage, over/under frequency, volts over hertz, out of step protection. 2. Design and implement special protection systems using traveling wave phenomena; design and implement special protection systems based on state estimation.
- Topical Outline
Introduction The Power system Protection philosophy Zones of protection Protective equipment Review of Background Material Power system modeling Symmetrical components Three phase faults Asymmetric faults Fault transients Transformer in-rush currents Motor starting transients Effects of grounding High impedance faults Relaying Instrumentation Instrument transformers VTs, and CTs Characteristic of VTs, nd CTs Protection Fundamentals Overcurrent protection Overvoltage / undervoltage protection Underfrequency / overfrequency protection Zone distance protection Differential protection Pilot relaying Computer relaying Protective Relaying Applications Generator protection Motor protection Transformer protection Bus protection Line production - network, radial Reactor and shunt capacitor protection Stability, /Reclosing, and Load Shedding Out-of-Step relaying Synchroclosers (Dynamic, Static) Load conversion Fundamentals of Computer Relaying Overview of computer relaying Hardware organization Applications Integration of substation functions
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