Protection of Electrical Networks
Publication Date: June 2006 Hardback 512 pp.
This book, written for engineers, technicians, designers and operators working with electrical networks, contains theoretical and practical information on the design and set-up of protection systems. It starts by covering network structures and grounding systems together with problems that can occur in networks, and then goes on to discuss current and voltage transformers, protection functions, circuit breakers and fuses. Practical explanations of how protection systems function are given, and these, together with tables of settings, make this book suitable for any reader, irrespective of their initial level of knowledge.
1. Network Structures.
2. Earthing Systems.
3. Main Faults Occurring in Networks and Machines.
5. Consequences of Short-Circuits.
6. Instrument Transformers.
7. Protection Functions and Their Applications.
8. Overcurrent Switching Devices.
9. Different Selectivity Systems.
10. Protection of Network Elements.
About the Authors
Christophe Prévé is a research engineer at AREVA, Mâcon, France.