I. DIRECTIONAL OVERCURRENT RELAY. 210 0 obj <> endobj One is a directional element, which determines the direction of current flow with respect to a voltage reference. Directional overcurrent protection The assemblies for phase-overcurrent protec-tion contain RXPDK 21H as directional relay. Normally, the conventional over current relay (non-direction) will act for fault current in any direction. The negative sequence current and voltage are obtained by means of self-contained When short circuit current can go in both directions through the protection relay location, it may be required to make the response of the protection relay directional by the initiation of a directional control device. Module-4 Overcurrent Protection. Differential protection scheme is based on comparison of measured variables such as current and voltage at the two ends of a line via a communication channel such as pilot wire. H����n1�{�S��G�A {. endstream endobj 211 0 obj <> endobj 212 0 obj <>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/Type/Page>> endobj 213 0 obj <>stream The relay setting converges after a couple of iterations. A and B are nondirectional overcurrent relays while C and D are directional relays. It protects the equipment of the power system from the fault current. Directional overcurrent relays can be set more sensitive than non-directional overcurrent relays. %PDF-1.6 %���� The Type IBCG relays are ground directional overcurrent relays used primarily for the protection of feeders and transmission lines. INTRODUCTION Directional elements determine the fault direction. Timing characteristics Instantaneous relay,Definite time lag relay,Inverse time lag relay,Inverse definite minimum time (IDMT) lag relay. 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This paper will review the mainstream methods by which 67 type directional decisions are made by protective relays. • Directional overcurrent (67, 67N) • Distance (21, 21N) • Differential (87) Overcurrent Relays Protect Radial Lines = LOAD ++ Source Line LOAD E I Z ZZ = FAULT + Source Line E I Z m•Z I FAULT >> I LOAD . This scheme is preferred and extensively used in distribution feeder Directional Overcurrent Ground Relays Types IRP, IRC and IRD For overcurrent unit: Entering the curve in Figure 24 at multiples of pickup equal to 4.6, the closing time for instantaneous over-current is 16 ms. due to parallel lines meshed networks or networks being supplied from a number of directions. The device is provided by the use of extra voltage inputs to the protection relay. Current Polarization: For providing direction feature in earth fault relay we can also use current as refrenec phasor which is called current polarization. If the forward trip element (FP) is a forward directional overcurrent ground relay, the BLOCK start (RP) ground relay should be a similar directional or non-directional overcurrent unit. The type KRQ relay is a high-speed directional overcurrent ground relay in which the directional unit operates on negative sequence current and voltage, and the over-current unit operates on residual or ground current. Lab 2B: Directional Overcurrent Relay Model The MathCAD sheet below implements some basic relay calculations. @`� �8�a��F�> `e`��H��.XD����� 3#���\k�[3``�v �%�y���o�\���xxx��00. h�bbd``b`:$�@���?+���,F$�?㏿ �T� 221 0 obj <>stream They are used to control overcurrent elements, supervise distance elements for increased security, and form quadrilateral distance characteristics. To read in a data file remove the table currently at the top of the file. The 7SR12 includes directional control of the overcurrent and earth fault functionality and is typically installed where fault current can flow in either direction i.e. The overcurrent relay is defined as the relay, which operates only when the value of the current is greater than the relay setting time. Application Directional relay assemblies are used for overcurrent or earth fault protection when selectivity is required, e.g. File contains the design of a digital over current relay block (Directional and Non Directional) – a key component of any protection scheme – and its performance on SIMULINK ®. There are a variety of concepts by which this task is done. • Mechanical and solid state relays determine direction by connection. Hence, earth fault directional unit will not pick-up. In addition, time-coordination is simplified because the directional element restricts relay response to faults in one direction. Generally, directional elements are If the power flow is in the opposite direction, the relay will not operate. Relays are classified based on different properties. SOURCE cba a Fault Fault. This makes the directional overcurrent relays more costly than the non-directional type. Depending on the time of operation the overcurrent relay is categorized into following types. • Numerical relays determine direction by logic. To read in a data file remove the table currently at the top of the file. The relay typically consists of two elements. In [9] A new design of Overcurrent relay OCR by using FPGA and present the type of IDMT for OCR protection . 1. Later the current in feeder 1 finding its way into feeder 2 will be detected by the directional relay D which by tripping will completely isolate the faulty feeder 2. The MiCOM P12x/y relays have separate instantaneous and delayed information for each stage. Directional Overcurrent Relays Types IBC, IBCG And mcv ,DEVICE FUNCTION NUMBERS FOR USE WITH EXTERNAL DIAGRAMS 52 Power Circuit Breaker 67 - Directional Overcurrent Relays, Type mc or Type mcv 67N - Directional Ground Relay, Type mCG a - Auxiliary Contact, 0;> en when Breaker Opens Dill - Directional Unit SI - Seal-in Unit with Target the RP and FP relay elements should be similar in function. This relay is also called earth leakage induction type relay.The overcurrent relay operates when the current in the circuit exceeds a certain preset value.The induction type nondirectional overcurrent relay has a construction similar to a watthour meter, with slight modification.The figure below shows the constructional of nondirectional induction type overcurrent relay. The supply continues overfeeder 1. The device is provided by the use of extra voltage inputs to the protection relay. They are available with either inverse, very inverse or extremely inverse time characteristics. 0 When … Directional overcurrent protection is used when it is necessary to protect the system against fault currents that could circulate in both directions through a system element, and when bi-directional overcurrent protection could produce unnecessary disconnection of circuits. h�b```f``R``d`��� Ȁ �L@9���ߙx10(�O��`����3B�V�1˞p����i�|�n����U���]���J;̺ҟ��Z�j��h�M��(���@#�Kp04Jp4�l��@��A4�@r�ؽb�)��1 �( �"�,�]��b$��@D- ��LN Application of relays Over voltage, over current and over power relays, Directional or reverse power relay,Differential relay,Distance relay. Title: Two vs. Three Overcurrent Elements for Phase Fault Protection in Feeder Relays Author: GE Power Management Subject: Application Note Keywords: F35, F60, 750/760 Directional overcurrent relays for ground fault protection are not usable on non grounded systems. Introduction 1.1 The role of directional protection equipment p. 4 1.2 Applications p. 4 1.3 The codes and symbols of the various relay types p. 5 2. It contains two relaying units, over current units and the other a directional unit. Non-directional Overcurrent Relay Model The MathCAD sheet below implements some basic relay calculations. H�b```�wlz�����(�����p��\ `s$�gS�d�f�-�U�J! on interconnected systems. The same principle applies for the Directional relay coordination in a mesh system is iterative. guidance on applying and setting modern directional relays. Abstract – Directional overcurrent relaying (67) refers to relaying that can use the phase relationship of voltage and current to determine direction to a fault. Directional overcurrent relays (67) respond to excessive current flow in a particular direction in the power system. Description of directional relays 2.1 Earth fault directional protection p. 6 2.2 Phase directional protection p. 9 2.3 Power protection p. 11 3. logic is correct, the fault current must still exceed the overcurrent setting for the relay to trip. Constructional Details and Operation of Non Directional Over Current Relay (Wattmeter Type) A directional over current relay operates when the current exceeds a specified value in a specified direction. 216 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<06517BBF33785848AB1CD873A8D4BF35><9AFD4E3017D67446A55BB6AA707DDCF4>]/Index[210 12]/Info 209 0 R/Length 51/Prev 1530291/Root 211 0 R/Size 222/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream The file takes data read from a Comtrade file and postprocesses it. DIRECTIONAL OVERCURRENT RELAY. 19.1 Introduction Coordination of directional overcurrent relays involves setting of relays one by one so that at each stage the relay coordinates with its primary relay. The matrix "data" below is the data captured from a COMTRADE "*.dat" file. Lecture -14 Fuse Protection; Lecture -15 Fundamentals of Overcurrent Protection; Lecture -16 PSM Setting and Phase Relay Coordination (Tutorial) Lecture -17 Earth Fault Protection using Overcurrent Relays; Module-5 Directional Overcurrent Protection. The file takes data read from a Comtrade file and postprocesses it. Lecture -18 Directional Overcurrent Relaying endstream endobj startxref %%EOF But in a loop as shown in fig 19.1, the last relay to be Relays have five current and four voltage inputs they are housed in E6 or E8 cases. MiCOM P123, P126 & P127 can indicate the phase(s) in fault by configuring output relays (first stage only) Three-phase & earth-fault directional overcurrent (67/67N) Each of the three-phase overcurrent stages of P127 & earth fault stages The relay setting is 50% to 200% in steps of 25%. 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