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dc.contributor.authorFoqha, Tareq-
dc.contributor.authorDradi, Muhammed-
dc.contributor.authorAlsadi, Samer-
dc.contributor.authorAttar, Hani-
dc.identifier.citationFoqha, T., Dradi, M., Alsadi, S., Attar, H. (2024). Design of Power System Protection Laboratory at PTUK. In: Khoury, R.E., Nasrallah, N. (eds) Intelligent Systems, Business, and Innovation Research. Studies in Systems, Decision and Control, vol 489. Springer, Cham.
dc.description.abstractThe Power Systems Protection Lab is intended to allow students to apply theory learned in lectures to the devices studied in the lab. Protecting power systems from faults within the network is a crucial aspect of power system protection, as it helps to isolate the faulted components and keep as much of the remaining electrical network operational as possible. This helps to reduce the likelihood of fires and other expensive and catastrophic system failures. It is important for power engineers to understand the underlying concepts and practices of power protection in order to provide superior protection and mitigate the effects of disruptions on system stability. The creation of the Power System Protection Lab at Palestine Technical University-Kadoorie (PTUK) provides students with the opportunity to gain real-world experience in protection, as well as facilitating educational opportunities and research. The project's aim is to test devices in the lab, conduct experiments on them, and develop a laboratory manual.en_US
dc.publisherSpringer Natureen_US
dc.subjectPower Systems Protection Laben_US
dc.subjectMatlab Simulinken_US
dc.titleDesign of Power System Protection Laboratory at PTUKen_US
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