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 15 January 2009 09:08 PM
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pauliewalnuts

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I am looking for a book on protection relays, both AC and DC protection. Has anyone any suggestions?
 15 January 2009 09:31 PM
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fredman

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try a google search for protection relay books or go to Amazon as they have them.
 15 January 2009 10:09 PM
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mtiplady

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There is a company in the US, which specialises in protection relays, etc., and has a technical papers, journals, books, etc., section on their website. Their web address: www.selinc.com

Hope this helps.

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Matt
 17 January 2009 08:30 PM
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dlane

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Hi,

You can down load a realy guide from Areva called NPAG. This is FOC you just need to fill out the form in the link below;

Areva NPAG

2 other sources I use for books are Newnes and Elsevier

Kind regards

Donald Lane
 23 January 2009 12:23 PM
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IanLloyd

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Protection of Industrial Power Systems by T. Davies, published by Newnes. ISBN0750626623. This is a good practical book.

Power System Protection, Volume 2: Systems and Methods, published by the IET. ISBN 0852968361

The Areva NPAG document as mentioned in a previous post is excellent and is regarded as "setting the standard" in practical terms by many (don't worry about filling out the form (you may already have done this of course - apologies if you have), they don't send you loads of rubbish through).
 23 January 2009 01:36 PM
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eparke

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Apart from NPAG, I would suggest having a look at what's in the IET library. The Library were really helpful when I was doing the literature review for my final degree project.

Sounds a bit bonkers and slightly old school, but actually, the library staff are quite helpful and you can borrow whatever you like, and then if it's useful, you can go and buy a copy from somewhere. That way you don't have to shell out loads of cash on something that might turn out to be marginally useful in the end.

If you live within commuting distance of the library, I'd recommend going to visit it, (if you e-mail the librarians they can pull out the books you're interested in ready for when you arrive), otherwise, books can be sent to you.

When you need to return the books, this can be done by Royal Mail. All very convenient.
 26 January 2009 03:59 AM
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ernairnp

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A free down load in PDF of the book: Art and science of protective relaying by Russel Mason is available from the following link.

Just click the link and save.

http://www.geindustrial.com/pm/notes/artsci/artsci.pdf

Please try the following after you have logged in as a member of IET website. Then click knoledge base. There, there is a column for IET members only. There two links are useful. One is Knovel electronic books and another is Wieley electronic books.

From Knovel, all the four volumes of "Power System Protection", an IET publication can be down loaded chapter by chapter.

From Wieley the following electronic book can be down loaded chapter by chapter.

Power System Relaying by Horowitz and Arun G Phadke.

If we are on knoledge base of IET website more than certain amount of time, then a "Token expired" notice will be displayed. Then log out and again log in after about 5 minutes time.

Unfortunately an year ago, I purchased a printed copy of
Power System Relaying by Horowitz and Arun G Phadke from Amazon by paying $ 104. and postage.

Now I feel that IET annual subscription is worth the amount paid for those who want to be current in their field.

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Best wishes & regards
N P NAIR, MSc (Engg), C Eng, FIE(I), MIEE,Sr MIEEE.

Edited: 30 January 2009 at 12:31 PM by ernairnp
 31 March 2009 11:06 PM
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AHM

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Power system commissioning and maintenace Practice by Keith Harker is the best book on Transmission and distribution protection
 01 April 2009 06:43 AM
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Samuel Chan

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I'm not HV engineer, the below books may be helpful:

Protective relays application guide. / General Electric Company (Great Britain), GEC Measurements, English Electric Company Limited Meter, Relay and Instrument Division. Protection Engineering Dept

AREVA NPAG - can apply in AREVA website formally or I had the softcopy informally - My Windows Space.

Samuel Chan

Edited: 01 April 2009 at 01:44 PM by Samuel Chan
 02 April 2009 10:59 AM
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Jaymack

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Originally posted by: Samuel Chan
Protective relays application guide. / General Electric Company (Great Britain), GEC Measurements, English Electric Company Limited Meter, Relay and Instrument Division. Protection Engineering Dept

This is an old publication although the principles are still relevant, it was a bible in many respects. We had the EE version when I was with English Electric in Stafford, as an HV switchgear contracts engineer. The AREVA site location appears to be the original E.E./GEC Alstom, St Leonard's Works in Stafford.

The AREVA disc is free for downloading as stated; and is comprehensive.

Regards
 10 May 2010 05:20 PM
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umairansari

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thanx to all!!
but the areva link is asking for user name and password
pls tell me that
 11 May 2010 12:11 AM
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You can register yourself and get the username and password.

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Chris Chew
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