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Data sheet

(i) Generator parameter

Rated Voltage(kV) 19

Rated Current(Amp) 9116.3

Sync. Reactance Xd is 1/SCR 200.0

Subtransient Reactance Xd"(Saturated) 12.0%

Transient Reactance Xd' (Saturated) 20.0%

Rated Voltage at -5% 18.05

FL current at -5%of rated Voltage= 9596.1

Voltage at + 5% 19.95

FL current at +5% of rated Voltage= 8682.2

Choose CT ratio = 11000/1

105% of rated current at (-)5% of rated voltage 10075.94

Choose CT ratio = 11000/1A 11000

This gives an over load capability 1.21

% O/L Capability of Full Load Current 120.66

1) Calculation of CT parameter for generator differential protection (87G)

Relay setting V

R

= I

f

(R

CT

+ 2R

L

+ R

relay

) where ,

Where If = fault current on CT sec, RCT = CT secondary resistance, R

relay

=

Relay resistance in ohms, R

L

= Resistance of cable in ohms,

R

L

in O for 100m of 2.5mm2 0.887

(Considering 100 m of 2.5 sq.mm Cu cond. cable between busduct CT &

GRP the resistance of 2.5 sq.mm Cu cond cable at 70

o

C in O / km (from

KEI catalogue)

8.87

Relay resitance/phase Assumed Rrelay from SEC 0.1

Fault contribution from Gen in MVA= 3571.43

Taking 30% - Ve tol on Xd as per IEC-34 part I

Fault contribution from system in MVA considering 40KA system

Impedence on 220KV Side.

2024.10

Source impedence in Percentage at 300 Base 1.97%

Taking higher of the above two values = 3571.43

Fault Current in KA Taking higher value of the fault contribution from i.e.

fault contribution from system / fault contribution from gen

108.52

Secondary Fault Current 9.87

V

R

= 9.87 (R

CT

+2x0.887+0.1) E47*(RcT+2*E31+E35)

Vk = 2 V

R

2*9.87* (RCT +2x0.887+0.1)

Expressing VK term of +40V 19.74Rct+36.99

V

k

= 20R

CT

+ 37

Im s 15 mA at V

k

/2

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CT with group-1/group-2 protection

11000/1A, CLPS, Vk > 20R

CT

+ 36V

Im s 15 mA at Vk/2

(ii) METERING CORE

CT chosen 11000/1A, 30VA, CL 0.2 ISF s 5

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of Conzerv model)

0.4

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of AE/Rishab) &

Transducer

7

Total 10Nos

Analogue meter

connected & max

4 nos of

transducer per CT

Max. Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 100M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+1.774

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 15 ohm for 11000/1Amp 16.774

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden+burden margin

Consider for future use

26.174

30 VA, CL-0.2 As meter used is Multifunction type,

hence 30 VA considered is more

than Sufficient also Lead burden is

less than above assumed buden as

Meter & CT are at the same

Switchgear.

Calculation of CT parameter for (87- 0A) on 19 kV side

Same as generator differential protection CT core

11000/1A, CL-PS, Vk 20Rct + 36V, Im 15mA at Vk/2

2 CT on 220 KV side of Generator Step up transformer Bay

i) Core 1 (87- 0A)

GT HT side current (current on 400 kV side) = 512.40

= 513 A

R

L

= 8.87x0.27 (considering

270m)= 2.3949

Rrelay = 0.1

CT ratio chosen = 600/1A

V

K

= 40xIx(R

CT

+2R

L

+Rrelay) Fault current on 400KV side taken

as 40KA

= 40x1 (R

CT

+2x2.3949+0.1) =40 R

CT

+195.592

= V

K

> 40 R

CT

+200V

CT ratio 600/1A

CLPS , VK > 40 R

CT

+200V

Im s 30 mA at VK/2

ii) Core 2 (50 LBB, 51GT)

R relay= 0.1 (from relay catalogue of ABB) R relay= 0.1 (from relay catalogue

of ABB)

600/1A

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 270M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+4.79

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 6 ohm 10.79

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 10.89

15 VA, CL5P20 Cater the Load burden of Numerical

Relay

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iii) Core 3 (metering)

600/1A

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of Conzerv model) 0.4

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of AE/Rishab) &

Transducer

4.5 Total 5Nos

Analogue meter

connected & max

4 nos of

transducer per CT

Max. Burden margin Consider for future use 2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 270M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+4.79

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 6 ohm for 600/1Amp 10.79

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden+burden margin

Consider for future use

17.69

20 VA, CL-0.2 20 VA arrived at considering all the

meter connected

iv) Core 4 (87 B1/B2)

Fault level of switchyard = 40 kA for 1 sec.

CT ratio chosen 600/1A

CT sec lead resistance with 2.5 mm

2

Cu cond cable 270 m length (max) RL = 8.87x0.27 = 2.3949O

V

K

= If (R

CT

+ 2 R

lead

+ R

relay)

R

CT

value from CT manufacturer

Bus bar protection is a numerical

relay

V

K

= 40x1 (R

CT

+4.79+0.2)

= 40 R

CT

+ 199.6

Knee point voltage selected is 40 R

CT

+ 200V

CT ratio chosen 600/1A

CLPS , VK > 40 R

CT

+ 200V, Im s 15 mA at VK/2

v) Core 5

Spare core . Parameters same as core-4,

VK > 40 R

CT

+ 150V

Im s 15 mA at VK/2

A GT Bushing CTs

i) Core-1 Phase CT for REF protection (64 GT)

% Impedence of GT is 14.50%

GT full load current on HV side = Considering SPAE 10 relay with

512.40 Setting relay burden =5.4 VA

Considering the Source impedance based on 40kA, max. earth fault current

I = F.L current / % Z x 0.9 ( -ve tol of 10%)

3457.15

= 3607.70 as GT impedance Zt = 14.5%

Choosing bushing CT of 600/1 on GT HV side & neutral side

CT sec. equiv. thro'fault current = 3607.70 x1/600

5.76

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V

R

= I

f

(R

CT

+ 2R

L

+ R relay) = 6.01 ( R

CT

+ 2 x 1.242 + 5.4/1)

V

K

` = 6.01 R

CT

+ 47.38

2.5 mm

2

Cu cond, 140 m length

V

K

read = atleast 2 VR

V

K

= 2x(6.01 R

CT

+ 47.38)V

V

K

= 12.5 R

CT

+ 100V

CT parameters chosen

CT ratio 600/1A

VK > 13 R

CT

+ 100 V Im < 30 mA at VK/2 Same CT parameter is applicable

for neutral REF CT

ii) Core - 2 Neutral CT-GT inverse time ground O/C relay (51NGT)

CT chosen 600/1A 20 VA, CL 5P20 P20 because Chracteristic will get

smoothen after 20 times of rated

current

Typical Relay burden in ohm (from ABB catlogue)

0.2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 140M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+2.4836

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 6 ohm for 600/1Amp

8.4836

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden+burden margin

Consider for future use

8.6836

10 VA, CL-5P20 As relay used is Numerical type,

hence 10 VA considered is more

than Sufficient.

B UAT BUS DUCT MOUNTED CTS

Formula used / reference / design assumption (87UAT) (HV side)

i) Core 1 (50 UAT HV side)

For a fault at UAT HV terminals

Fault contribution from generator

Base-MVA 355

Generator Xd sat From Generator data sheet 0.120

Zg with 30% neg tolerance

Zg (pu) = 0.155X0.7= 10.85% 0.084

Zg (pu) with 355MVA base= 0.0845

Fault contribution from generator is Base MVA/Fault MVA 4201.68

Fault contribution from 400KV system in MVA 27712.8

Zspu with 10% negative tolerance = 1.15%

1.152

Zgt with 10% negative tolerance 13.05% 13.05

System contribution

= Base MVA / (Zspu+Zgt) 2499.49

= 2499.49 MVA

= 100 X 100100

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Total fault MVA(Contribution from Generator & GT system) =

3252.91+2499.49

6701.17

= 5752.40 MVA

Fault current = 166.06 KA 203.63

CT Chosen = 8500/1A Cl 5P20, 10VA 10181.38

Ratio of fault current to CT ratio < 20 times 23.96

However the ratio of rated burden of CT & the connected burden is about

10 times. Therefore the voltage, developed by the CT (200V) will be

increased by that ratio, therefore the CT does not saturate and hence CT

chosen is ok.

Vdesin=BurdenxALF/CT Secondary

(ii) Core 2 (51 UAT HV side)

CT chosen 800/1A

10VA, CL 5P20

Typical Relay burden in ohm (from ABB catlogue) 0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 125M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+2.2175

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 7 ohm for 600/1Amp 9.2175

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden+burden margin

Consider for future use

9.3175

10 VA, CL-5P20 As relay used is Numerical type,

hence 10 VA considered is more

than Sufficient.

(iii) Core 3 (87 UAT-HT side)

800/1A , CL PS , Im s 15 mA at VK/2

UAT rating 20 MVA

Current on 20 kV side =

577.35

607.74 At the lowest tap

800/1A i.e 5%, CT ratio will be

V

K

= 40xIx(R

CT

+ 2R

L

+ R relay) CT ratio choose CT = 800/1A

= 40x1x(R

CT

+2x8.87x0.125 +0.1)

V

K

>40R

CT

+92.7

V

K

> 40R

CT

+92.7V 2x8.87x100/1000

I

m

> 15mA AT VK/2

C UAT LV side CTs

i) Core 1 (87- 0A) (UAT-LV)

Total running load in KVA on the 6.6 kV bus ( higher of the two buses U1A

and U1B taken from UAT sizing calculation)

18451

Total running load in Amp on the 6.6 kV bus ( higher of the two buses U1A

and U1B taken from UAT sizing calculation)

1614.04

CT chosen 2000/1A This also cater the installed

Capacity of UAT i.e. 20MVA

V

K

= 40 x I (R

CT

+ 2R

L

+ R relay)

2 R

L

= 2 x 8.87 x 0.1 (1 run 2.5 mm

2

cable / phase, L = 100 meters) =

2.661O

1.774

V

K

= 40x1(R

CT

+ 1.774 + 0.1) = 40R

CT

+74.96 74.96

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V

K

selected is > 40R

CT

+80V

CT chosen 2000/1A, CLPS, Vk > 40R

CT

+80V

Im s 15 mA at Vk/2

ii) Core - 2 64-UAT - LV side & 87-UAT

20/16 MVA , 20/6.9 KV

Rated Current of Unit Transformer at nominal Tap 1749.55

Fault Current limited by transformer impedance of 10% at -5% 18416.28

= 18.416 KA

Fault Current reflected on CT Secondary 9.21

VK = 9.21x(Rct+2x0.887+0.1)

= 9.21 R

CT

+ 17.26

=10Rct+20V Im s 15mA at Vk/2

Since the phase side CTs for REF protection will be same as that used for

87 UAT, same parameters as that of core-2 will be provided for neutral CT

to be located in NGR or Neutral Bushings of transformer.

iii) Core 3 (51 UAT - LV)

2000/1A, 10VA, CL 5P20

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model SPAJ) 0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 50M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.887

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 6 ohm 6.887

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 6.987

10 VA, CL5P20

As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type, hence 10 VA considered is

more than Sufficient also Lead burden is less than above assumed buden

as relay & Ct are at the same Switchgear.

iv) Core 4 (Metering)

2000 / 1A , 10VA , CL 0.5 , ISF s 5

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of Conzerv model) 0.2

Burden margin Consider for future use 2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 50M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.887

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 12 ohm 12.887

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden+burden margin

Consider for future use

15.087

20 VA, CL5P20 As meter used is Multifunction type,

hence 10 VA considered is more

than Sufficient also Lead burden is

less than above assumed buden as

Meter & CT are at the same

Switchgear.

v) 51 N UAT- LV.

Earth Fault current to be restricted to 300Amp.

For neutral CT to be located in NGR.

300/1A, 15VA, CL 5P20

D ST LV side CTs

i) Core 1 ( metering)

Total running load in KVA on the 6.6 kV bus ( higher of the two buses C1A

and C1B taken from ST sizing calculation)

22292

= 100 X 100100

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Total running load in Amp on the 6.6 kV bus ( higher of the two buses C1A

and C1B taken from ST sizing calculation)

1950.04

CT chosen 2500/1A Taking into consideration

25MVA(Rated Installed Capacity)

Current is 2187Amp

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of Conzerv model) 0.2

Burden margin Consider for future use 2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 50M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.887

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 15 ohm 15.887

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden+burden margin

Consider for future use

18.087

2500 / 1A , 20VA , CL 0.5 , ISF s 5 As meter used is Multifunction type,

hence 20 VA considered is more

than Sufficient also Lead burden is

less than above assumed buden as

Meter & CT are at the same

Switchgear.

ii) Core - 2 (ST - 64 RST - LV side)

25 MVA , 220/6.9 KV

Rated Current of Station Transformer at nominal Tap 2186.93

Fault Current limited by transformer impedance of 14.5% at -15% 25728.62

= 25.73 KA

Fault Current reflected on CT Secondary 10.29

2 R

L

= 2 x 8.87 x 0.20 (1 run 2.5 mm

2

cable / phase, L = 250 meters) =

4.435O

4.435

Vk = 10.29x(Rct+4.435+0.1) 46.67

= 10.29 R

CT

+ 46.67

= 11RCT+46.67 V

i.e. CTR chosen - 2500/1A, 11R

CT

+50V, I

m

s 15mA at Vk/2

iii) Core 3 (51 ST - LV)

2500/1A, 20VA, CL 5P20 From Above Full Load Current

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model SPAJ) 0.1

2500/1A

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 50M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.887

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 15 ohm 15.887

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 15.987

20 VA, CL5P20

As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type, hence 20 VA considered is

more than Sufficient also Lead burden is less than above assumed buden

as relay & Ct are at the same Switchgear.

iv) Core 4 (87- ST- LV)

CT chosen 2500/1A From Above Full Load Current

V

K

= 40 x I (R

CT

+ 2R

L

+ R relay)

2 R

L

= 2 x 8.87 x 0.15 (1 run 2.5 mm

2

cable / phase, L = 250 meters) =

2.661O

4.435

1.8106 4204 . 37 3 110V 3 11KV

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V

K

= 40x1(R

CT

+ 4.435 + 0.1) = 40R

CT

+181.4

V

K

selected is > 40R

CT

+200V

CT chosen 2500/1A, CLPS, Vk > 40R

CT

+115V

Im s 15 mA at Vk/2

|.| \| + R X 1 x MVA KV2 100 %Z x 100 112 x 1 . 94 112 11 3 10 100 3 x x 23 6 . 524810 282 x R X0.012 0.2566 R X 1.6 0.594 R X I 40 40 40 40

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SNo. Type of switchboard Feeder

Load

rating (kW)

Rated

current

CT ratio Remark

A 6.6 kV Unit switchgear (U1A & U1B) comprising

of the following panels with ratings and

accessories as indicated in single line diagram,

specification & data sheet.

Motor Feeder

1 Boiler Feed Pump-1A, 1B 5400 600/1

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 5400/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 524.86

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x0.7983+0.1)

= 40Rct+67.864V

RL = 8.87X0.09 (Considering 90m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=0.7983 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+70V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 7 ohm 7.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 7.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use 2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 7 ohm for 750/1Amp 7.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

10.9096

15 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

15 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

2 Condensate Extraction Pump-1A, 1B 1100 150/1

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 1100/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 113.21

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x0.7983+0.1)

= 40Rct+67.864V

RL = 8.87X0.09 (Considering 90m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=0.7983 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+70V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=6 ohm

6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

6.7096

CT sizing for 6.6 kV System

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10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 6 ohm for 750/1Amp

6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

9.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear. Also Rct is max typical

value for 750Amp Primary

3 ID-1A, 1B 2240 300/1

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 1100/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 222.67

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x1.996+0.1)

= 40Rct+163.66 V

RL = 8.87X0.225 (Considering 225m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=1.996, R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+175V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=6 ohm

6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

6.7096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 6 ohm for 750/1Amp

6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

9.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear. Also Rct is max typical

value for 750Amp Primary

4 FD-1A, 1B 800 87.48 100/1

i. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

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Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=4 ohm 6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 6.7096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

ii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 4 ohm for 100/1Amp

4.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

7.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

5 PA-1A, 1B 1600 200/1

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 1100/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 164.66

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x0.887+0.1)

= 40Rct+74.96V

RL = 8.87X0.1 (Considering 100m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=0.887 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+80V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=5 ohm

5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

5.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 5 ohm for 200/1Amp

5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

8.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

6 Coal Mill-1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 1E, 1F 400 43.74 50/1

3C x 185 mm

2

i. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

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Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=1 ohm 1.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 1.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

ii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 5 ohm for 50/1Amp

1.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

4.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

7 CWP-1A, 1B 1400 200/1

3C x 185 mm

2

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 1100/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 144.08

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x3.548+0.1)

= 40Rct+287.84V

RL = 8.87X0.400 (Considering 400m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=3.548 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+290V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=5 ohm

5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

5.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 5 ohm for 200/1Amp

5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

8.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

8 Main Incomer from Unit Transformer 2000/1

i. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I2x(Rct+2RL) =Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

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Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=12 ohm 12.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 12.8096

15 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 15 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

ii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use 2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 12 ohm for

2000/1Amp

12.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

15.9096

20 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

20 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

9 Unit Service Transformer-1A & 1B 2500 219.79 300/1

3C x 240 mm

2

i. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=6 ohm 6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 6.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 15 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

ii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 6 ohm for

2000/1Amp

6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

9.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

10 Spare motor feeder on all the Unit-1 buses 5400 590.47 600/1 CT Details same as Feedpump Motor feeder

11 Spare transformer feeder on all Unit-1 buses 2500 219.79 300/1

12 ESP Service Transformer Feeder-1A & 1B feeder 2500 219.79 300/1

13 Tie to C1A & C1B 2000/1 CT Details same as I/C feeder from Unit

Transformer

B 6.6 kV Unit switchgear (U2A & U2B) comprising

of the following panels with ratings and

accessories as indicated in single line diagram,

specification & data sheet.

Motor Feeder

1 Boiler Feed Pump-2A, 2B 5400 600/1 CT Details same as above Feedpump Motor

feeder

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 5400/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 524.86

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

CT Details same as Unit service Trans.

feeder

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= 40*1*(Rct+2x0.7983+0.1)

= 40Rct+67.864V

RL = 8.87X0.09 (Considering 90m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=0.7983 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+70V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 7 ohm

7.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

7.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 7 ohm for 750/1Amp

7.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

10.9096

15 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

15 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

2 Condensate Extraction Pump-2A, 2B 1100 150/1

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 1100/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 113.21

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x0.7983+0.1)

= 40Rct+67.864V

RL = 8.87X0.09 (Considering 90m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=0.7983 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+70V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=6 ohm 6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 6.7096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 6 ohm for 750/1Amp

6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

9.9096

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10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear. Also Rct is max typical

value for 750Amp Primary

3 ID-2A, 2B 2240 300/1

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 1100/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 222.67

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x1.995+0.1)

= 40Rct+163.66V

RL = 8.87X0.225 (Considering 225m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=1.995 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+175V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=6 ohm 6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 6.7096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use 2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I2x(Rct+2RL) =Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 6 ohm for 750/1Amp 6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

9.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear. Also Rct is max typical

value for 750Amp Primary

4 FD-2A, 2B 800 87.48 100/1

3C x 185 mm

2

i. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=4 ohm

6.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

6.7096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

ii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 4 ohm for 100/1Amp

4.7096

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Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

7.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

5 PA-2A, 2B 1600 200/1

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 1100/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 164.66

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x0.887+0.1)

= 40Rct+74.96V

RL = 8.87X0.1 (Considering 100m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=0.887 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+80V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I2x(Rct+2RL) =Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=5 ohm 5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 5.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 5 ohm for 200/1Amp

5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

8.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

6 Coal Mill-2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F 400 43.74 50/1

3C x 185 mm

2

i. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=1 ohm

1.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

1.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

ii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use 2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I2x(Rct+2RL) =Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 5 ohm for 50/1Amp 1.7096

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Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

4.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

7 CWP-2A, 2B 1400 200/1

3C x 185 mm

2

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 1100/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 144.08

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x2.4836+0.1)

= 40Rct+202.68V

RL = 8.87X0.28 (Considering 280m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=2.4836 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+210V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2 Or CT details will be same as earlier Supplied

CT.

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I2x(Rct+2RL) =Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=5 ohm 5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 5.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 5 ohm for 200/1Amp

5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

8.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

8 Main Incomer from Unit Aux transformer 2000/1 CT Details same as I/C feeder from Unit

Transformer

9 Unit Service Transformer-2A & 2B 2500 219.79 300/1 CT Details same as Station Service

transformer feeder to SST Transformer

10 Spare motor feeder on Unit-2 buses 5400 590.47 600/1 CT Details same as Feedpump Motor feeder

11 Spare transformer feeder on Unit-2 buses 2500 219.79 300/1

12 ESP Service Transformer Feeder-2A & 2B feeder 2500 219.79 300/1

C 6.6 kV Station switchgear (C1A & C1B)

comprising of the following panels with ratings

and accessories as indicated in single line

diagram, specification & data sheet.

1 BFP-1C & 2C Motor Feeder From C1A & C2A Board

Respct.

5400 600/1

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 5400/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 524.86

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x0.7983+0.1)

= 40Rct+63.864V

RL = 8.87X0.09 (Considering 90m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=0.7983 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+70V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

CT Details same as Unit service Trans.

feeder

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R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 7 ohm

7.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

7.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 7 ohm for 750/1Amp

7.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

10.9096

15 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

15 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

2 Compressor Feeders From C1A & C2A Board 500 100/1

Motor rated Current = 5400/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 54.67

i. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I2x(Rct+2RL) =Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 4 ohm 4.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 4.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

ii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 4 ohm for 750/1Amp

4.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

7.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

3 Tie to U1A 2000/1 CT Details same as Unit Switchgear I/C

feeder from Unit Aux. Transformer

4 SST-1 feeder From C1A Board 1600 140.67 300/1 CT ratio is kept same as to maintain the

uniformity with Station Service Transformer

5 CWP-1C From C1B Board 1400 153.09 200/1 CT Details same as Other Station service

Switchgear

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 1100/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 144.08

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

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= 40*1*(Rct+2x3.548+0.1)

= 40Rct+287.84V

RL = 8.87X0.4 (Considering 400m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=3.548 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+290V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is <=5 ohm 5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 5.8096

10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use

2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 5 ohm for 200/1Amp

5.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

8.9096

10 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

10 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

6 Tie to U1B 2000/1

7 Spare feeder 300/1

8 CWPT-1 feeder From C1B Board 2500 219.79 300/1 CT Details same as Other Station service

Switchgear

9 Incomer 2500/1

7Rx1Cx630 mm

2

D 6.6 kV Station switchgear (C2A & C2B)

comprising of the following panels with ratings

and accessories as indicated in single line

diagram, specification & data sheet.

1 Compressor Feeder From C2A Board 500 54.67 100/1 CT Details same as above air compressor

Feeder.

2 CWPT-2 feeder From C2A Board 2500 219.79 300/1 CT Details same as Other Station service

Switchgear

3 Tie to U2A 2000/1

5Rx1Cx630 mm

2

4 Incomer 2500/1

7Rx1Cx630 mm

2

5 Spare feeder 300/1

3C x 240 mm

2

6 Incomer 2500/1

7Rx1Cx630 mm

2

7 Tie to U2B 2000/1

5Rx1Cx630 mm

2

8 SST-2 feeder From C2B Board 1600 140.67 300/1

3C x 240 mm

2

9 Compressor Feeder From C2B Board 500 54.67 100/1 CT Details same as above air compressor

Feeder.

10 BFP-2C Motor Feeder From C2B Board 5400 600/1

3Rx1Cx630 mm

2

i. For Differential Protection

Motor rated Current = 5400/Sqrt(3)/6.6/0.9 524.86

Differential CT for Motor Protection

Vk = 40xIx(Rct+2R

L

+ Rrelay)

= 40*1*(Rct+2x0.7983+0.1)

= 40Rct+67.864V

RL = 8.87X0.09 (Considering 90m Length

from Motor terminal to Relay)=0.887 R relay

= 0.1

Vk>= 40Rct+70V, Im<=30mA at Vk/2

ii. For O/C & E/F Protection

R relay in ohm (from relay catalogue of ABB model

SPAJ)

0.1

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I

2

x(R

ct

+2R

L

)

=Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 7 ohm 7.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Relay Burden 7.8096

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10 VA, CL5P20 As relay used is numerical(SPAJ-140C) type,

hence 10 VA considered is more than

Sufficient also Lead burden is less than

above assumed buden as relay & Ct are at

the same Switchgear.

iii.

For Metering Core

Typical Meter burden in ohm (from catalogue of

Conzerv model)

0.2

Typical Anolgue Meter burden in ohm (from

catalogue of AE/Rishab) & Transducer

1

Burden margin Consider for future use 2

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter Burden

Lead Burden for lead length of 40M= I2x(Rct+2RL) =Sqr(1)*(Rct+2Rl)

=Rct+0.7096

Rct Assumed for CT Sec.1A is 7 ohm for 750/1Amp 7.7096

Total Burden on CT = Lead Burden+ Meter

Burden+burden margin Consider for future use

10.9096

15 VA, CL-0.5 As meter used is Multifunction type, hence

15 VA considered is more than Sufficient

also Lead burden is less than above

assumed buden as Meter & CT are at the

same Switchgear.

11 Spare feeder 600/1 CT Details same as earlier main Feeder

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