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  • Protection study
  • Review the protection concepts
  • Definition of different relays types
  • Definition of CT and PT
  • Apply protection settings
  • Check the relay’s static performance
  • Check the relay’s dynamic performance
  • Check the protective coordination
  • Drawing the relays curves
  • Describing graphic considerations
  • Reviewing the available relay models in the software library
  • Review protection toolbar and coordination tools
  • Executing multiple instances

Protection study Course Details:

  • Part 1 and part 2 (26 min): Review the protections capabilities; Graphical properties; Definition of relays and slots; Definition of CT and its details; Describe the protection modeling concept Model an overcurrent relay
  • Part 3 (10 min): Definition of PT and its details; Apply protection settings; Introduce DSL of relays Model a distance relay
  • Part 4 (4 min): Create a PSLD; Create a time-overcurrent plot; Create an R-X plot
  • Part 5 (17 min): Example of applying overcurrent relays on a radical system and their coordination
  • Part 6 (15 min): Continue overcurrent coordination; Change the relay setting in plots Time-overcurrent plot setting
  • Part 7 (23 min): Continue overcurrent coordination
  • Part 8 (7 min): Continue overcurrent coordination
  • Part 9 (16 min): Distance relay settings and coordination
  • Part 10 (19 min): Continue Distance relay settings and coordination
  • Part 11 (18 min): Continue Distance relay settings and coordination
  • Part 12 (21 min): Continue Distance relay settings and coordination
  • Part 13 (17 min): Study of the Over-voltage and under-voltage Protection Functions in DIgSILENT
  • Part 14 (16 min): Study of the over-frequency and under-frequency
  • Part 15 (14 min): Continue over-frequency and under frequency load shedding (UFLS) scheme

New parts will be recorded and will be added soon!


  • DPL
  • Reviewing objectives and capabilities of programming in the software studies
  • Introducing the DPL environment
  • Defining variables, constants, commands, functions, inputs, and outputs
  • Accessing to SLD equipment and data
  • Accessing software computational functions such as load-flow and short-circuit commands.
  • Calling a DPL command by another DPL
  • Reviewing the available DPLs in the software library
  • Executing multiple instances

  • Modal analysis
  • Reviewing the modal analysis of the concepts
  • performing modal analysis, different methods, and related settings
  • Checking the controllability, observability, and participation factors of the system
  • Creating different reports and plots
  • Graphic considerations
  • Executing multiple instances
  • Introduce methods to eliminate dynamic instability

  • Voltage stability study and capacitor placement
  • Reviewing the concepts of voltage stability
  • Reviewing assessment methods
  • Reviewing improvement tools
  • Drawing P-V and Q-V curves
  • Executing multiple instances

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supplementary Files attached to the course: To save your time, we’ve gathered important related files/ videos /software and attached them to the course as supplementary files.

  • DIGSILENT 2022 Technical References
  • DIgSILENT Relay Library