IEEE/PSRC working group report on considerations in setting instantaneous overcurrent relays on transmission lines

@article{Apostolov1999IEEEPSRCWG,
  title={IEEE/PSRC working group report on considerations in setting instantaneous overcurrent relays on transmission lines},
  author={Alexander Apostolov and Ken Behrendt and J. Boyle and S. R. Chano and A. N. Darlington and T. Domin and Walter A. Elmore and Lesley Gray and Wendy G. Lowe and Michael J. McDonald and H. M. Shuh and W. M. Strang and P. Engel and Robert W. Haas and Irwin Hasenwinkle and Roger A. Hedding and B. Jackson and E. Krizauskas and Jennifer Wardlow and James E Stephens and S. E. Zocholl},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery},
  year={1999},
  volume={14},
  pages={116-125}
}
Setting instantaneous overcurrent (IOC) relays on subtransmission lines has not been considered a complicated procedure by most utilities. However, undesirable operations have drawn attention to their intended function and application. This report addresses the causes for erroneous instantaneous overcurrent relay settings to help protection personnel avoid future undesirable operations. 
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