Digital power system protection, as a subject, offers the use of computers in power line relaying which is the act of automatically controlling the power system via instrumentation and control devices. This book is an attempt to make a gentle introduction to the nitty-gritty of digital relays. Written in a simple, clear and student-friendly style, this text covers basics of digital processing of analog signals for the purpose of relaying. All important basic algorithms that are used in various types of digital relays have been explained. FIR and IIR filters have been presented in such a manner that students will be able to develop intuitive understanding. The book also covers DFT and FFT and synchrophasor technology in details. MATLAB programs and Excel simulations have been given to reinforce the comprehension of the algorithms.
This book has been thoroughly class-room tested and based on course notes which is primarily intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of electrical engineering.
• In-depth coverage of DSP fundamentals
• Pedagogical tools like figures, flowcharts, block diagrams and tables have been extensively used
• Review questions are given at the end of each chapter
• Extensive references to literature on power system protection