Application of surge diverters to the protection of gasinsulated substations
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Application of surge diverters to the protection of gasinsulated substations by T. Missoum

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


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StatementSupervised by: Bickford, J.P..
ContributionsBickford, J. P., Supervisor., Electrical Engineering and Electronics.
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Open LibraryOL19656890M

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SURGE OVER-VOLTAGE PROTECTION FOR SUBSTATIONS Mohamed Adel Abdallah Faculty of Eng. Beirut Arab University BEIRUT - LEBANON Abstract: The protection against line surges entering an electrical substation; or a solitary step-down transformer has been limited to the installation of a conventional line voltage arrester. Protection against transient voltage surges is achieved by the help of Surge arrtestors. The surge arrestors, coordinated spark gaps, surge suppressors, over heard ground wires, neutral earthing, shunt capacitors etc. are located strategically to intercept the lightening surges . enclose substations with energized electrical conductors or equipment. n This metal fence grounding requirement may be accomplished by bonding the fence to the substation grounding grid or to a separate underground conductor below or near the fence line using the methods described in the NESC. IEEE Recommended Practice on Characterization of Surge Voltages in Low Voltage AC Power Circuits: Codes & Standards Guideline ANSI/IEEE C IEEE Recommended Practice on Surge Testing for Equipment Connected to Low Voltage AC Power Circuits: ANSI/IEEE C IEEE Recommended Practice on the Application of Surge Protective Devices in.