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Protective Relaying Student Laboratory Kenan W Pretzer Facing a rapidly-changing power industry, the electrical engineering department at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo proposed Advanced Power Systems Initiatives to better prepare its students for entering the power industry. These initiatives call for the creation of a new laboratory curriculum that uses microprocessor-based relays to reinforce the fundamental concepts of power system protection. This paper summarizes a laboratory system fit fordoi:10.15368/theses.2017.42 fatcat:bsa2ik7ijfb67pohcqqat3brzu