Summary of IEEE guide for the protection of network transformers

@article{Wiedmdan1990SummaryOI,
  title={Summary of IEEE guide for the protection of network transformers},
  author={T. E. Wiedmdan and Martin T. Bishop and Carey J. Cook and H. Disante and John T. Emery and S. E. Grier and Robert W. Haas and Russell E. Hart and J. A. Kischefsky and Paul Lyons and Charles J. Mozina and A. C. Pierce and James E Stephens},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery},
  year={1990},
  volume={5},
  pages={1288-1291}
}
The Summary Paper for the IEEE Guide for the Protection of Network Transformers has been written to publicize the existence of C37.108-198X, an IEEE guide. It describes the equipment used in a typical network transformer system. The performance of this equipment is described during fault and non-fault system conditions. The limitations of the present protection are addressed, most importantly, for low-voltage, low-current arcing faults. Protective devices that can be added to the existing… 
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