A sign of a good education is to speak of the highest subjects in the simplest words.
Ralph Waldo Emerson
We are a team of energy engineers professionally involved in the development and research in the field of relay protection and automation. With the help of the FaultAn project we aim to present the theory of relay protection in a form that will be understandable to all those who encounter it in their lives. Our motto: if you want to know your subject well, teach it.
Yuri Romanov – Ph.D., associate professor of the Department of Theoretical Foundations of Electrical Engineering and Relay Protection and Automation of Chuvash State University (ChSU). In 2009, he defended a PhD at the ChSU on the topic “Method of information analysis of processes in electrical systems as applied to the protection of generators and power lines”, specialty 05.14.02 – “Power plants and electric power systems”. Author of over 90 publications and patents. Works in the field of relay protection and automation since 2001. Field of interest: relay protection of station equipment, digital signal processing, transients, electrical machines.
Pavel Voronov – Ph.D. In 2015, he defended a Ph.D at the ChSU on the topic “Informational aspects of relay protection and location of fault in power nerwork”. Author of over 80 publications and patents. Has been working in the field of relay protection and automation since 2009. Field of interest: determination of fault locations in power lines, digital signal processing, development of relay protection algorithms, modeling.
Aleksander Emelyanov – in 2014 he graduated from the postgraduate study at ChSU. Author of more than 10 publications and patents. He has been working in the field of relay protection and automation since 2009. Field of interest: introduction of relay protection and automation equipment for station equipment, modeling, applied mathematics.
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