Learn about busbar differential protection with this online course.
Learn about the protection of substation buses to further your career in power engineering. This course is part of a multi-part course series about one of the main areas of power engineering: power system protection and control. Power system protection and control ensures the reliable continuous operation of power systems and is therefore an essential area of power engineering. In this course, you will learn about the different protective elements used for the protection of substation buses.
We will begin the course by giving a brief review of the different types of substation bus arrangements typically found in power systems, so that we can understand why and how to protect them from faults and abnormal operating conditions. We will then discuss, in a great amount of detail, all the protective elements used in industry for the protection of substation buses. These include: current differential (87) and high-impedance voltage differential (87V). We will end the course by explaining how an SEL-487B protective relay can be used for the protection of a substation bus.
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This course is an on-demand video course, which you can watch at your own pace, on your laptop or iOS device using the Kajabi app. It is composed of 9 lectures lasting 2 hours and 26 minutes. Throughout the course, you will learn:
- Protection of substation buses
- Use of different protective elements for substation bus protection, such as current differential (87) and high-impedance voltage differential (87V)
- How to use the SEL-487B protective relay for protecting substation buses
If at any point you have questions while you go through the course, you can always reach to our course instructor via the built-in comments feature in our platform, or by email at [email protected].
We know it is important to our students to show proof of their continued learning. Because of this, after completing the course, you will receive a certificate of completion:
Note: professional engineers need to complete the course exam and obtain a grade of 70% at a minimum to receive PDHs