MS in Electrical Engineering (M.S.E.E.)
Degree Granting Department
Ralph Fehr, Ph.D.
Wilfrido A. Moreno, Ph.D.
Elias K. Stefanakos, Ph.D.
Differential transformer relay protection, Directional protection, Overcurrent relay, Traditional power grid
This is a verification of the results of “Smart Grid Protection through Self-Healing” from the publication of Chathurika Chandraratne, et al., that proposes a protection solution for the smart grid. The paper used as reference has as the main focus on three different protections; directional overcurrent protection, overcurrent protection, and transformer protection, which are validated through ETAP software simulation of IEEE- 9 bus and 14 bus electrical power systems, the same used by the author. It was validated after repeated simulation, that just as intended, self-healing increases system agility, and it helped prevent false-tripping14 bus electrical power systems.
Scholar Commons Citation
Assumpção, Felipe Framil, "Validation of Results of Smart Grid Protection through Self-Healing" (2018). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.