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ECE 536 - Power System Protection
Spring 2022, 3 credits
Tue, Thu 10:00-11:20am, Strand Agriculture Hall 260
Course reference materials, assignments, grading: Canvas (ECE_536_001_S2022)
Catalog Course Description: Fundamentals of protective relaying. Relay input sources. Gen-
eration, transmission and distribution systems protection. Stability and load shedding.
Office hours: By appointment (see dedicated Keybase channel)
Course Content:
Introduction to protective relaying
Review: per unit system, symmetrical components, fault analysis
Relay input sources
Protection design fundamentals
Grounding principles
Bus protection
Transmission line protection
Generator and motor protection
Stability and load shedding
Course Specific Measurable Student Learning Outcomes:
Upon completing this course, students will be able to ...
1. Calculate performance of current and voltage transformers.
2. Describe and analyze fundamental protection schemes: overcurrent and distance.
3. Design, evaluate and compare bus protection architectures.
4. Design, evaluate and compare transmission line protection schemes.
5. Describe methods to protect machines of different saliency within the system.
6. Describe load shedding mechanisms and their impact in power system stability.
Evaluation of Student Performance—Grading:
Homework 25%
Research paper discussion/write up 25%
Midterm exam 25%
Final exam (comprehensive) 25%
Learning Resources:
Class lecture notes
Blackburn, Domin, “Protective Relaying - Principles & Applications”, 4th Ed, 2014 (re-
quired). Free access to the e-book via Oregon State libraries: https://search.library.
oregonstate.edu/permalink/f/1g9lfhc/TN_cdi_proquest_ebookcentral_EBC1581461
Academic Calendar: All students are subject to the registration and refund deadlines as stated
in the Academic Calendar: https://registrar.oregonstate.edu/osu-academic-calendar
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Inclusion, equity, and diversity: This course strives to create an affirming climate for all stu-
dents including underrepresented and marginalized individuals and groups. Diversity encom-
passes differences in age, color, ethnicity, national origin, gender, physical or mental ability, reli-
gion, socioeconomic background, veteran status, sexual orientation, and marginalized groups.
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