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von Meier, Alexandra Electric Power Systems
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von Meier, Alexandra

Electric Power Systems

A Conceptual Introduction

€ 146.95

A clear explanation of the technology for producing and delivering electricity


Electric Power Systems explains and illustrates how the electric grid works in a clear, straightforward style that makes highly technical material accessible.


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Preface.

1. The Physics of Electricity.

1.1 Basic Quantities.

1.1.1 Introduction.

1.1.2 Charge.

1.1.3 Potential or Voltage.

1.1.4 Ground.

1.1.5 Conductivity.

1.1.6 Current.

1.2 Ohm s law.

1.2.1 Resistance.

1.2.2 Conductance.

1.2.3 Insulation.

1.3 Circuit Fundamentals.

1.3.1 Static Charge.

1.3.2 Electric Circuits.

1.3.3 Voltage Drop.

1.3.4 Electric Shock.

1.4 Resistive Heating.

1.4.1 Calculating Resistive Heating.

1.4.2 Transmission Voltage and Resistive Losses.

1.5 Electric and Magnetic Fields.

1.5.1 The Field as a Concept.

1.5.2 Electric Fields.

1.5.3 Magnetic Fields.

1.5.4 Electromagnetic Induction.

1.5.5 Electromagnetic Fields and Health Effects.

1.5.6 Electromagnetic Radiation.

2. Basic Circuit Analysis.

2.1 Modeling Circuits.

2.2 Series and Parallel Circuits.

2.2.1 Resistance in Series.

2.2.2 Resistance in Parallel.

2.2.3 Network Reduction.

2.2.4 Practical Aspects.

2.3 Kirchhoff s Laws.

2.3.1 Kirchhoff s Voltage Law.

2.3.2 Kirchhoff s Current Law.

2.3.3 Application to Simple Circuits.

2.3.4 The Superposition Principle.

2.4 Magnetic Circuits.

3. AC Power.

3.1 Alternating Current and Voltage.

3.1.1 Historical Notes.

3.1.2 Mathematical Description.

3.1.3 The rms Value.

3.2 Reactance.

3.2.1 Inductance.

3.2.2 Capacitance.

3.2.3 Impedance.

3.2.4 Admittance.

3.3 Power.

3.3.1 Definition of Electric Power.

3.3.2 Complex Power.

3.3.3 The Significance of Reactive Power.

3.4 Phasor Notation.

3.4.1 Phasors as Graphics.

3.4.2 Phasors as Exponentials.

3.4.3 Operations with Phasors.

4. Generators.

4.1 The Simple Generator.

4.2 The Synchronous Generator.

4.2.1 Basic Components and Functioning.

4.2.2 Other Design Aspects.

4.3 Operational Control of Synchronous Generators.

4.3.1 Single Generator: Real Power.

4.3.2 Single Generator: Reactive Power.

4.3.3 Multiple Generators: Real Power.

4.3.4 Multiple Generators: Reactive Power.

4.4 Operating Limits.

4.5 The Induction Generator.

4.5.1 General Characteristics.

4.5.2 Electromagnetic Characteristics.

4.6 Inverters.

5. Loads.

5.1 Resistive Loads.

5.2 Motors.

5.3 Electronic Devices.

5.4 Load from the System Perspective.

5.4.1 Coincident and Noncoincident Demand.

5.4.2 Load Profiles and Load Duration Curve.

5.5 Single and Multiphase Connections.

6. Transmission and Distribution.

6.1 System Structure.

6.1.1 Historical Notes.

6.1.2 Structural Features.

6.1.3 Sample Diagram.

6.1.4 Topology.

6.1.5 Loop Flow.

6.1.6 Stations and Substations.

6.1.7 Reconfiguring the System.

6.2 Three Phase Transmission.

6.2.1 Rationale for Three Phases.

6.2.2 Balancing Loads.

6.2.3 Delta and Wye Connections.

6.2.4 Per Phase Analysis.

6.2.5 Three Phase Power.

6.2.6 D.C. Transmission.

6.3 Transformers.

6.3.1 General Properties.

6.3.2 Transformer Heating.

6.3.3 Delta and Wye Transformers.

6.4 Characteristics of Power Lines.

6.4.1 Conductors.

6.4.2 Towers, Insulators, and Other Components.

6.5 Loading.

6.5.1 Thermal Limits.

6.5.2 Stability Limit.

6.6 Voltage Control.

6.7 Protection.

6.7.1 Basics of Protection and Protective Devices.

6.7.2 Protection Coordination.

7. Power Flow Analysis.

7.1 Introduction.

7.2 The Power Flow Problem.

7.2.1 Network Representation.

7.2.2 Choice of Variables.

7.2.3 Types of Buses.

7.2.4 Variables for Balancing Real Power.

7.2.5 Variables for Balancing Reactive Power.

7.2.6 The Slack Bus.

7.2.7 Summary of Variables.

7.3 Example with Interpretation of Results.

7.3.1 Six Bus Example.

7.3.2 Tweaking the Case.

7.3.3 Conceptualizing Power Flow.

7.4 Power Flow Equations and Solution Methods.

7.4.1 Derivation of Power Flow Equations.

7.4.2 Solution Methods.

7.4.3 Decoupled Power Flow.

7.5 Applications and Optimal Power Flow.

8. System Performance.

8.1 Reliability.

8.1.1 Measures of Reliability.

8.1.2 Valuation of Reliability.

8.2 Security.

8.3 Stability.

8.3.1 The Concept of Stability.

8.3.2 Steady State Stability.

8.3.3 Dynamic Stability.

8.3.4 Voltage Stability.

8.4 Power Quality.

8.4.1 Voltage.

8.4.2 Frequency.

8.4.3 Waveform.

9. System Operation, Management, and New Technology.

9.1 Operation and Control on Different Time Scales.

9.1.1 The Scale of a Cycle.

9.1.2 The Scale of Real Time Operation.

9.1.3 The Scale of Scheduling.

9.1.4 The Planning Scale.

9.2 New Technology.

9.2.1 Storage.

9.2.2 Distributed Generation.

9.2.3 Automation.

9.2.4 FACTS.

9.3 Human Factors.

9.3.1 Operators and Engineers.

9.3.2 Cognitive Representations of Power Systems.

9.3.3 Operational Criteria.

9.3.4 Implications for Technological Innovation.

9.4 Implications for Restructuring.

Appendix: Symbols, Units, Abbreviations, and Acronyms.

Index.
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Hardback
328 pagina's
Januari 2006
590 gram
235 x 165 x 19 mm
Wiley-Blackwell us

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