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  • IEEE
    IEEE Guide for Protective Relay Applications to Distribution Lines
    Edition: 2008
    $153.00
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New IEEE Standard - Active. A review of generally accepted applications and coordination of protection for radial power system distribution lines is presented. The Guide examines the advantages and disadvantages of schemes presently being used in protecting distribution lines. Identification of problems with the methods used in distribution line protection and the solutions for those problems are included.

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