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The Application of Computer-Aided Grounding Design Techniques to a Pulp and Paper Mill Grounding System

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3 Author(s)
Bensted, David J. ; David Bensted & Associates, Ltd., 1484 Rupert St., North Vancouver, BC, Canada V7J IE9. ; Dawalibi, F. ; Wu, Alex Y.

The combination of computer analysis and measurements used to determine the optimum configuration for the grounding system for a large pulp and paper mill which includes three substation grounding grids, each located in a significantly different nonuniform soil, is presented. A thorough analysis and measurement program prior to construction of a new facility which can identify major problems before they occur is shown. Minimum cost solutions to the problems are proposed.

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:IA-17 ,  Issue: 1 )