The Resource Electrical Power Systems

Electrical Power Systems

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Electrical Power Systems
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Electrical Power Systems
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  • Cover -- Preface -- Contents -- Chapter 1. Fundamentals of Power Systems -- 1.1 Single-Phase Transmission -- 1.2 The 3-Phase Transmission -- 1.3 Complex Power -- 1.4 Load Characteristics -- 1.5 The Per Unit System -- Chapter 2. Line Constant Calculations -- 2.1 Magnetic Flux Density -- 2.2 Inductors and Inductance -- 2.3 Magnetic Field Intensity Due to a Long Current Carrying Conductor -- 2.4 Inductance of Two-Wire (1-φ) Transmission line -- 2.5 Flux Linkages of one Conductor in a Group of Conductors -- 2.6 Inductance of 3-φ Unsymmetrically Spaced Transmission Line -- 2.7 Transposition of Power Lines -- 2.8 Composite Conductors -- 2.9 Inductance of Composite Conductors -- 2.10 Inductance of Double Circuit 3-φ Line -- 2.11 Concept of Geometric Mean Distance -- 2.12 Bundled Conductors -- 2.13 Skin and Proximity Effect -- Chapter 3. Capacitance of Transmission Lines -- 3.1 Electric Field of an Infinite Line of Charge -- 3.2 Potential Difference between Two Points Due to a Line Charge -- 3.3 Two Infinite Lines of Charge -- 3.4 Capacitance of A 1-φ Transmission Line -- 3.5 Capacitance of a 3-Phase Unsymmetrically Spaced Transmission Line -- 3.6 Capacitance of a Double Circuit Line -- 3.7 Effect of Earth on the Capacitance of Conductors -- Chapter 4. Performance of Lines -- 4.1 Representation of Lines -- 4.2 Short Transmission Line -- 4.3 Medium Length Lines -- 4.4 Long Transmission Lines -- 4.5 ABCD Constants -- 4.6 Ferranti-Effect -- Chapter 5. High Voltage d.c Transmission -- 5.1 Rectification -- 5.2 The 3-Phase Bridge Rectifier or Graetz Circuit -- 5.3 Inversion -- 5.4 Kinds of d.c. Links -- 5.5 Parallel and Series Connection of Thyristors -- 5.6 Power Flow in HVDC Transmission System -- 5.7 Constant Ignition Angle β Control -- 5.8 Constant Extinction Angle δ Control -- 5.9 Constant Current Control -- 5.10 Actual Control Characteristics
  • 5.11 Frequency Control -- 5.12 Reactive VAr Requirements of HVDC Converters -- 5.13 Parallel Operation of d.c Link with an a.c Network -- 5.14 Ground Return -- 5.15 Circuit Breaking -- 5.16 Advantages of d.c Transmission -- 5.17 Disadvantages -- 5.18 Cables -- 5.19 Economic Distances for d.c Transmission -- Chapter 6. Corona -- 6.1 Critical Disruptive Voltage -- 6.2 Corona Loss -- 6.3 Line Design Based on Corona -- 6.4 Radio Interference -- 6.5 Inductive Interference between Power and Communication Lines -- Chapter 7. Mechanical Design of Transmission Lines -- 7.1 The Catenary Curve -- 7.2 Sag Tension Calculations -- 7.3 Supports at Different Levels -- 7.4 Stringing Chart -- 7.5 Sag Template -- 7.6 Equivalent Span -- 7.7 Stringing of Conductors -- 7.8 Vibration and Vibration Dampers -- Chapter 8. Overhead Line Insulators -- 8.1 Types of Insulators -- 8.2 Potential Distribution Over a String of Suspension Insulators -- 8.3 Methods of Equalising the Potential -- Chapter 9. Insulated Cables -- 9.1 The Insulation -- 9.2 Extra High Voltage Cables -- 9.3 Grading of Cables -- 9.4 Insulation Resistance of a Cable -- 9.5 Capacitance of a Single Cable -- 9.6 Heating of Cables -- 9.7 Current Rating of a Cable -- 9.8 Overhead Lines Versus Underground Cables -- 9.9 Types of Cables -- Chapter 10. Voltage Control -- 10.1 Methods of Voltage Control -- 10.2 Determination of Synchronous Phase Modifier Capacity -- 10.3 Sending End Power Circle Diagram -- Chapter 11. Neutral Grounding -- 11.1 Effectively Grounded System -- 11.2 Ungrounded System -- 11.3 Resonant Grounding -- 11.4 Methods of Neutral Grounding -- 11.5 Generator Neutral Breaker -- 11.6 Grounding Practice -- Chapter 12. Transients in Power Systems -- 12.1 Transients in Simple Circuits -- 12.2 3-Phase Sudden Short Circuit of an Alternator -- 12.3 The Restriking Voltage After Removal of Short Circuit
  • 12.4 Travelling Waves on Transmission Lines -- 12.5 Attenuation of Travelling Waves -- 12.6 Capacitance Switching -- 12.7 Overvoltage Due to Arcing Ground -- 12.8 Lightning Phenomenon -- 12.9 Line Design Based on Lightning -- Chapter 13. Symmetrical Components and Fault Calculations -- 13.1 3-Phase Systems -- 13.2 Significance of Positive, Negative and Zero Sequence Components -- 13.3 Average 3-Phase Power in Terms of Symmetrical Components -- 13.4 Sequence Impedances -- 13.5 Fault Calculations -- 13.6 Sequence Network Equations -- 13.7 Single Line-to-Ground Fault -- 13.8 Line-to-Ground Fault with Zf -- 13.9 Sequence Networks -- 13.10 Faults on Power Systems -- 13.11 Phase Shift Δ-Y Transformers -- 13.12 Reactors -- 13.13 Concept of Short-Circuit Capacity of a Bus -- Chapter 14. Protective Relays -- 14.1 Some Definitions -- 14.2 Functional Characteristics of a Protective Relay -- 14.3 Operating Principles of Relays -- 14.4 Torque Production in an Induction Relay -- 14.5 Over-Current Relays -- 14.6 Directional Over-current Relays -- 14.7 The Universal Relay Torque Equation -- 14.8 Differential Relays -- 14.9 Feeder Protection -- 14.10 Distance Protection -- 14.11 Generator Protection -- 14.12 Protection of Transformers -- 14.13 Translay Relay -- 14.14 Carrier Current Protection -- 14.15 Comparators -- 14.16 Static Relays -- 14.17 Digital Protection -- 14.18 Fuses and HRC Fuses -- 14.19 Linear Couplers -- 14.19.1 Current Transformers -- 14.19.2 Potential Transformers -- Chapter 15. Circuit Breakers -- 15.1 Arc in Oil -- 15.2 Arc Interruption Theories -- 15.3 Current Chopping -- 15.4 Oil Circuit Breaker -- 15.5 Air Circuit Breakers -- 15.6 Air Blast Circuit Breakers -- 15.7 Vacuum Circuit Breakers -- 15.8 Sulphur Hexafluoride (SF6) Circuit Breakers -- 15.9 Rating of Circuit Breakers -- 15.10 Testing of Circuit Breakers -- 15.11 Autoreclosing
  • Chapter 16. Insulation Coordination and Overvoltage Protection -- 16.1 Volt-Time Curve -- 16.2 Overvoltage protection -- 16.3 Ground Wires -- 16.4 Surge Protection of Rotating Machine -- Chapter 17 Power System Synchronous Stability -- 17.1 The Power Flow -- 17.2 The Swing Equation -- 17.3 Steady State Stability -- 17.4 Equal Area Criterion -- 17.5 Critical Clearing Angle -- 17.6 Two Finite Machines -- 17.7 Point-by-Point Method -- 17.8 Factors Affecting Transient Stability -- 17.9 The Role of Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) in Improving Stability -- 17.10 The Excitation System -- 17.11 Effect of Grounding on Stability -- 17.12 Prevention of Steady State Pull Out -- 17.13 Multi-Machine Stability-Classical Model -- 17.14 Limitations of the Classical Model -- Chapter 18. Load Flows -- 18.1 Bus Classification -- 18.2 Nodal Admittance Matrix -- 18.3 Development of Load Flow Equations -- 18.4 Iterative Methods -- 18.5 Newton-Raphson method -- 18.6 Comparison of Solution Methods -- 18.7 Approximation to Newton-Raphson Method -- 18.8 Line Flow Equations -- 18.9 Fast-Decoupled Load Flow -- Chapter 19. Economic Load Dispatch -- 19.1 System Constraints -- 19.2 Economic Dispatch Neglecting Losses -- 19.3 Optimum Load Dispatch Including Transmission Losses -- 19.4 Exact Transmission Loss Formula -- 19.5 Modified Coordination Equations -- 19.6 Automatic Load Dispatching -- 19.7 Power Line Carrier Communication (PLCC) -- Chapter 20. Load Frequency Control -- 20.1 Load Frequency Problem -- 20.2 Speed Governing System -- 20.3 Reasons for Limits on Frequency -- Chapter 21. Compensation in Power System -- 21.1 Load Compensation -- 21.2 Loadability Characteristic of O/H Lines -- 21.3 Uncompensated Transmission Line -- 21.4 Symmetrical Line -- 21.5 Radial Line with Asynchronous Load -- 21.6 Compensation of Lines -- 21.7 Subsynchronous Resonance
  • 21.8 Active Shunt Compensator -- 21.9 Static Compensators -- 21.10 Flexible A.C Transmission System (Facts) -- Chapter 22. Power System Voltage Stability -- 22.1 Reactive Power Flow -- 22.2 Difficulties with Reactive Power Transmission -- 22.3 Voltage Stability: Definition and Concept -- 22.4 Power System Loads -- 22.5 Generation Characteristics -- 22.6 HVDC Operation -- 22.7 Voltage Stability Analysis: P-V Curves -- 22.8 Methods of Improving Voltage Stability -- Chapter 23. State Estimation in Power Systems -- 23.1 Introduction -- 23.2 State Estimation for Line Power Flow -- 23.3 Maximum Likelihood Criterion -- 23.4 Detection and Identification of Bad Data -- 23.5 State Estimator Linear Model -- 23.6 The Role of State Estimation in Power System Operations -- Chapter 24. Unit Commitment -- 24.1 Introduction -- 24.2 Spinning Reserve -- 24.3 Thermal Unit Constraints -- 24.4 Unit Commitment Solution Methods -- Chapter 25. Economic Scheduling of Hydrothermal Plants and Optimal Power Flows -- 25.1 Introduction -- 25.2 Problem Formulation -- 25.3 Optimal Power Flow -- 25.4 Problem Formulation -- 25.5 Multi-Objective Optimal Power Flow -- 25.6 Problem Formulation -- Appendices -- Appendix A. Algorithm for Formation of Bus Impedance Matrix -- Appendix-B. The Power Transformer -- Appendix -C Synchronous Machine -- Objective Questions -- Answers to Objective Questions -- Answers to Problems -- Index
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EBC3382455
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9781906574390
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  • (OCoLC)923311103
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Electrical Power Systems
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http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/multco/detail.action?docID=3382455
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Copyright
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online resource
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txt
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Contents
  • Cover -- Preface -- Contents -- Chapter 1. Fundamentals of Power Systems -- 1.1 Single-Phase Transmission -- 1.2 The 3-Phase Transmission -- 1.3 Complex Power -- 1.4 Load Characteristics -- 1.5 The Per Unit System -- Chapter 2. Line Constant Calculations -- 2.1 Magnetic Flux Density -- 2.2 Inductors and Inductance -- 2.3 Magnetic Field Intensity Due to a Long Current Carrying Conductor -- 2.4 Inductance of Two-Wire (1-φ) Transmission line -- 2.5 Flux Linkages of one Conductor in a Group of Conductors -- 2.6 Inductance of 3-φ Unsymmetrically Spaced Transmission Line -- 2.7 Transposition of Power Lines -- 2.8 Composite Conductors -- 2.9 Inductance of Composite Conductors -- 2.10 Inductance of Double Circuit 3-φ Line -- 2.11 Concept of Geometric Mean Distance -- 2.12 Bundled Conductors -- 2.13 Skin and Proximity Effect -- Chapter 3. Capacitance of Transmission Lines -- 3.1 Electric Field of an Infinite Line of Charge -- 3.2 Potential Difference between Two Points Due to a Line Charge -- 3.3 Two Infinite Lines of Charge -- 3.4 Capacitance of A 1-φ Transmission Line -- 3.5 Capacitance of a 3-Phase Unsymmetrically Spaced Transmission Line -- 3.6 Capacitance of a Double Circuit Line -- 3.7 Effect of Earth on the Capacitance of Conductors -- Chapter 4. Performance of Lines -- 4.1 Representation of Lines -- 4.2 Short Transmission Line -- 4.3 Medium Length Lines -- 4.4 Long Transmission Lines -- 4.5 ABCD Constants -- 4.6 Ferranti-Effect -- Chapter 5. High Voltage d.c Transmission -- 5.1 Rectification -- 5.2 The 3-Phase Bridge Rectifier or Graetz Circuit -- 5.3 Inversion -- 5.4 Kinds of d.c. Links -- 5.5 Parallel and Series Connection of Thyristors -- 5.6 Power Flow in HVDC Transmission System -- 5.7 Constant Ignition Angle β Control -- 5.8 Constant Extinction Angle δ Control -- 5.9 Constant Current Control -- 5.10 Actual Control Characteristics
  • 5.11 Frequency Control -- 5.12 Reactive VAr Requirements of HVDC Converters -- 5.13 Parallel Operation of d.c Link with an a.c Network -- 5.14 Ground Return -- 5.15 Circuit Breaking -- 5.16 Advantages of d.c Transmission -- 5.17 Disadvantages -- 5.18 Cables -- 5.19 Economic Distances for d.c Transmission -- Chapter 6. Corona -- 6.1 Critical Disruptive Voltage -- 6.2 Corona Loss -- 6.3 Line Design Based on Corona -- 6.4 Radio Interference -- 6.5 Inductive Interference between Power and Communication Lines -- Chapter 7. Mechanical Design of Transmission Lines -- 7.1 The Catenary Curve -- 7.2 Sag Tension Calculations -- 7.3 Supports at Different Levels -- 7.4 Stringing Chart -- 7.5 Sag Template -- 7.6 Equivalent Span -- 7.7 Stringing of Conductors -- 7.8 Vibration and Vibration Dampers -- Chapter 8. Overhead Line Insulators -- 8.1 Types of Insulators -- 8.2 Potential Distribution Over a String of Suspension Insulators -- 8.3 Methods of Equalising the Potential -- Chapter 9. Insulated Cables -- 9.1 The Insulation -- 9.2 Extra High Voltage Cables -- 9.3 Grading of Cables -- 9.4 Insulation Resistance of a Cable -- 9.5 Capacitance of a Single Cable -- 9.6 Heating of Cables -- 9.7 Current Rating of a Cable -- 9.8 Overhead Lines Versus Underground Cables -- 9.9 Types of Cables -- Chapter 10. Voltage Control -- 10.1 Methods of Voltage Control -- 10.2 Determination of Synchronous Phase Modifier Capacity -- 10.3 Sending End Power Circle Diagram -- Chapter 11. Neutral Grounding -- 11.1 Effectively Grounded System -- 11.2 Ungrounded System -- 11.3 Resonant Grounding -- 11.4 Methods of Neutral Grounding -- 11.5 Generator Neutral Breaker -- 11.6 Grounding Practice -- Chapter 12. Transients in Power Systems -- 12.1 Transients in Simple Circuits -- 12.2 3-Phase Sudden Short Circuit of an Alternator -- 12.3 The Restriking Voltage After Removal of Short Circuit
  • 12.4 Travelling Waves on Transmission Lines -- 12.5 Attenuation of Travelling Waves -- 12.6 Capacitance Switching -- 12.7 Overvoltage Due to Arcing Ground -- 12.8 Lightning Phenomenon -- 12.9 Line Design Based on Lightning -- Chapter 13. Symmetrical Components and Fault Calculations -- 13.1 3-Phase Systems -- 13.2 Significance of Positive, Negative and Zero Sequence Components -- 13.3 Average 3-Phase Power in Terms of Symmetrical Components -- 13.4 Sequence Impedances -- 13.5 Fault Calculations -- 13.6 Sequence Network Equations -- 13.7 Single Line-to-Ground Fault -- 13.8 Line-to-Ground Fault with Zf -- 13.9 Sequence Networks -- 13.10 Faults on Power Systems -- 13.11 Phase Shift Δ-Y Transformers -- 13.12 Reactors -- 13.13 Concept of Short-Circuit Capacity of a Bus -- Chapter 14. Protective Relays -- 14.1 Some Definitions -- 14.2 Functional Characteristics of a Protective Relay -- 14.3 Operating Principles of Relays -- 14.4 Torque Production in an Induction Relay -- 14.5 Over-Current Relays -- 14.6 Directional Over-current Relays -- 14.7 The Universal Relay Torque Equation -- 14.8 Differential Relays -- 14.9 Feeder Protection -- 14.10 Distance Protection -- 14.11 Generator Protection -- 14.12 Protection of Transformers -- 14.13 Translay Relay -- 14.14 Carrier Current Protection -- 14.15 Comparators -- 14.16 Static Relays -- 14.17 Digital Protection -- 14.18 Fuses and HRC Fuses -- 14.19 Linear Couplers -- 14.19.1 Current Transformers -- 14.19.2 Potential Transformers -- Chapter 15. Circuit Breakers -- 15.1 Arc in Oil -- 15.2 Arc Interruption Theories -- 15.3 Current Chopping -- 15.4 Oil Circuit Breaker -- 15.5 Air Circuit Breakers -- 15.6 Air Blast Circuit Breakers -- 15.7 Vacuum Circuit Breakers -- 15.8 Sulphur Hexafluoride (SF6) Circuit Breakers -- 15.9 Rating of Circuit Breakers -- 15.10 Testing of Circuit Breakers -- 15.11 Autoreclosing
  • Chapter 16. Insulation Coordination and Overvoltage Protection -- 16.1 Volt-Time Curve -- 16.2 Overvoltage protection -- 16.3 Ground Wires -- 16.4 Surge Protection of Rotating Machine -- Chapter 17 Power System Synchronous Stability -- 17.1 The Power Flow -- 17.2 The Swing Equation -- 17.3 Steady State Stability -- 17.4 Equal Area Criterion -- 17.5 Critical Clearing Angle -- 17.6 Two Finite Machines -- 17.7 Point-by-Point Method -- 17.8 Factors Affecting Transient Stability -- 17.9 The Role of Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) in Improving Stability -- 17.10 The Excitation System -- 17.11 Effect of Grounding on Stability -- 17.12 Prevention of Steady State Pull Out -- 17.13 Multi-Machine Stability-Classical Model -- 17.14 Limitations of the Classical Model -- Chapter 18. Load Flows -- 18.1 Bus Classification -- 18.2 Nodal Admittance Matrix -- 18.3 Development of Load Flow Equations -- 18.4 Iterative Methods -- 18.5 Newton-Raphson method -- 18.6 Comparison of Solution Methods -- 18.7 Approximation to Newton-Raphson Method -- 18.8 Line Flow Equations -- 18.9 Fast-Decoupled Load Flow -- Chapter 19. Economic Load Dispatch -- 19.1 System Constraints -- 19.2 Economic Dispatch Neglecting Losses -- 19.3 Optimum Load Dispatch Including Transmission Losses -- 19.4 Exact Transmission Loss Formula -- 19.5 Modified Coordination Equations -- 19.6 Automatic Load Dispatching -- 19.7 Power Line Carrier Communication (PLCC) -- Chapter 20. Load Frequency Control -- 20.1 Load Frequency Problem -- 20.2 Speed Governing System -- 20.3 Reasons for Limits on Frequency -- Chapter 21. Compensation in Power System -- 21.1 Load Compensation -- 21.2 Loadability Characteristic of O/H Lines -- 21.3 Uncompensated Transmission Line -- 21.4 Symmetrical Line -- 21.5 Radial Line with Asynchronous Load -- 21.6 Compensation of Lines -- 21.7 Subsynchronous Resonance
  • 21.8 Active Shunt Compensator -- 21.9 Static Compensators -- 21.10 Flexible A.C Transmission System (Facts) -- Chapter 22. Power System Voltage Stability -- 22.1 Reactive Power Flow -- 22.2 Difficulties with Reactive Power Transmission -- 22.3 Voltage Stability: Definition and Concept -- 22.4 Power System Loads -- 22.5 Generation Characteristics -- 22.6 HVDC Operation -- 22.7 Voltage Stability Analysis: P-V Curves -- 22.8 Methods of Improving Voltage Stability -- Chapter 23. State Estimation in Power Systems -- 23.1 Introduction -- 23.2 State Estimation for Line Power Flow -- 23.3 Maximum Likelihood Criterion -- 23.4 Detection and Identification of Bad Data -- 23.5 State Estimator Linear Model -- 23.6 The Role of State Estimation in Power System Operations -- Chapter 24. Unit Commitment -- 24.1 Introduction -- 24.2 Spinning Reserve -- 24.3 Thermal Unit Constraints -- 24.4 Unit Commitment Solution Methods -- Chapter 25. Economic Scheduling of Hydrothermal Plants and Optimal Power Flows -- 25.1 Introduction -- 25.2 Problem Formulation -- 25.3 Optimal Power Flow -- 25.4 Problem Formulation -- 25.5 Multi-Objective Optimal Power Flow -- 25.6 Problem Formulation -- Appendices -- Appendix A. Algorithm for Formation of Bus Impedance Matrix -- Appendix-B. The Power Transformer -- Appendix -C Synchronous Machine -- Objective Questions -- Answers to Objective Questions -- Answers to Problems -- Index
Control code
EBC3382455
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (979 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781906574390
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Sound
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Specific material designation
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC3382455
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL3382455
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr10595615
  • (OCoLC)923311103

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