Generator Protection

What is 95% and 100% stator earthfault protection for generators?
asked 5/31/2013
Hareesh4
Hareesh

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This answer has been selected by the question author as the best answer. It refers to the amount of the winding which is protected.  95% will leave 5% (near the star point) of the winding unprotected.  Faults in the unprotected part will not be detected.
answered 6/2/2013 Steven McFadyen 246
Steven McFadyen

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