IEEE Power and Energy Society
Chicago Chapter 2018-2019
Introduction to Transmission Line Time Domain Protection
Wednesday, February 13, 2019
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories
About the Topic
Time domain protection is providing major improvements in tripping speed due to less filtering required by the algorithms used. This presentation will compare the performance of time domain distance elements (TD21) and time domain directional elements (TD32) versus phasor based 21 and 32 protection. It will also show how the simplicity and speed of traveling wave differential protection (TW87) is leading to trip times under 2 ms. Traveling wave fault location is giving fault location results within 30m of the actual fault location.
About the Speaker
Ryan McDaniel earned his BS in computer engineering from Ohio Northern University in 2002. In 1999, Ryan was hired by American Electric Power (AEP) as a relay technician, where he commissioned protective systems. In 2002, Ryan began working in the Station Projects Engineering group as a protection and control engineer. His responsibilities in this position included protection and control design for substation, distribution, and transmission equipment as well as coordination studies for the AEP system. In 2005, Ryan joined Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, Inc. and is currently a senior field application engineer. His responsibilities include providing application support and technical training for protective relay users. Ryan is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Illinois and a member of IEEE.
|Sargent & Lundy, 24th floor Conference Room
|55 East Monroe St
|| Lunch (optional)
|(Enter from Monroe or Adams, near Wabash)
|Chicago, IL 60603
Please make your reservation by noon on Monday 11 Feb 2019 via the
Online Reservation Form.
Directions to Luncheon Location
You can reach the 24th floor of 55 East Monroe Street from the South
(Adams Street entrance) elevator bank only.
Please bring your lunch with you. If you would like to purchase lunch,
then the Under 55 dining room, in the basement on the North end of the
building, is recommended.
Take the elevator to 24 and sign in with the Sargent & Lundy
Receptionist. Please note that food is only permitted in the
Hospitality Area outside the Conference Room. Food is not permitted
in the Conference Room.
As you sign in, you may request a Discount Parking coupon. When you
depart, you must pay for parking at the Automated Pay Station in the
Parking Garage elevator lobby on the floor where you parked. First
insert the parking ticket, then insert the discount coupon, then make
payment. If you pay at the Garage Exit, then the discount is NOT
available. With the discount, parking is $18, without $40.
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Updated 11 Dec 2018