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Al-Balqa` Applied University

Electrical Energy Engineering Department


Faculty of Engineering
Second Semester 2016/2017

Course Syllabus
Course Title Power system Protection
Course 30104425
Number
Course Level Five year
Class Time 11 12 Sun/Tues/Thurs
Instructor Dr Audih al Faoury
email Audihalfaoury@gmail,com
website http://www.bau.edu.jo/UserPortal/UserProfile/UserPosts.aspx?userid=16928&folderid=23
Prerequisites Power system analysis 2
Office Hours 9AM - 14PM excepted course time
Text Book Protective relaying principles and applications , Lewis Blackburn,
third edition, marceldekker, 2006.

Course Description:
The aim of this course is to understand the basic philosophy and elements of protection
system, studying the principles for protecting different elements and studying different
technologies used in designing protective relays.
1. Introduction and philosophy of power system protection
2. Protective relays and instrument transformers.
3. Low-voltage and high-voltage fuses and circuit breakers.
4. Protection of generators and motors.
5. Transformer protection and transmission line protection.
6. Relay coordination and commercial power systems.
7. Application of computer programs for protective device.
Course Objectives:
At completing this course the student should be able to:
1- Understand the principles and aspects of power system protection.
2- Equip with skills and knowledge to select, apply and operate protection systems.
3- Understand the state-of-the-art protective techniques and its applications

Course Academic Calendar


Week Subject Notes
1 Introduction and philosophy of power system protection
2 Aspects of power system protection
3 Protective relays and instrument transformers
4 Current and voltage transformers
5 Protection components
6 Low-voltage and high-voltage fuses
7 Low-voltage and high-voltage circuit breakers
8 Applications of power protection
MID- TERM EXAM
9 Protection of generators
10 Protection of motors
11 Transformer protection
Course Syllabus for Power systems protection (page 1 of 2)
Dr. Audih al Faoury
Al-Balqa` Applied University
Electrical Energy Engineering Department
Faculty of Engineering
Second Semester 2016/2017

12 Transmission line protection


13 Relay coordination
14 Commercial power systems
15 Application of computer programs for protective device
coordination
16 FINAL EXAMS
Assessment Instruments
Evaluation of students performance (final grade) will be based on the following three categories:
Mid term exam. in-class will be given and will cover about 50% of lectures
Final Exam: The final exam will cover all the class material.
Allocation of Marks
Mid-term exam 40%
Participation and activities 10%
Final Exam 50%
Grads classification:
Allocation of grads
A 90-100
B+ 80-89
B 70-79
C+ 61-69
C 56-60
D+ 51-55
D 46-50
F 0-45

Other class work for improving activity will include:


Reports The report must cover material discussed during the previous of lectures. The
report will be used as bonus points (added to the participation) to help the students with
their grade and must and discuss their results with the instructor in order to better
understand the course. One report at least will be handed to the students. The report will
ask the students to solve, derivate, and build a relation of power systems .The report
must included abstract, analytical data, conclusion and references. .
Project: The project must cover material discussed during the previous of lectures. The
project will be used as bonus points (added to the exam) to help the students with their
grade and must be done through examination period or before, their results with discuss
with instructor in order to better understand the course. One report at least will be handed
to the students.
References:
1. Asea Brown Boveri, Walter Elmore (Editor), Protective Relaying - Theory and
Applications", Marcel and Dekker, 1994.

2. Advancements in Microprocessor Based Protection and Communication", IEEE, Tutorial


Course, IEEE Power Engineering Society, NJ, 1997.

3. A.R.VanC Warington "Protective Relays:Theory and Practice". Chapman and Hall,1982.

4. A.G. Phadke and J.S. Thorp, "Computer Relaying for Power Systems", John Wiley a nd
Sons, 1994

Course Syllabus for Power systems protection (page 2 of 2)


Dr. Audih al Faoury