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The Cigré B5.31 brochure describes a generic setting management process, based on the “best practises” of utilities based around the world. The process requires that all the changes that could affect the settings of a protection relay during its life time are identified, controlled and validated. This is necessary to ensure power system security is maintained, even during constrained operating scenarios… (more)

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