For transmission, has anyone completely replaced their ground overcurrent schemes with ground distance protection. How difficult was it? Were there extra studies needed? What scenarios were looked at to validate the settings so they didn't underreach or overreach due to mutual coupling or infeed? I would like to if possible replace our ground overcurrent elements with ground distance due to our models never being 100% correct and not being forced to recheck coordination.
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