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Electric Power Distribution Handbook SECOND EDITION Download PDF

Electric Power Distribution Handbook SECOND EDITION Edited By T. A. Short
Electric Power Distribution Handbook SECOND EDITION Download PDF
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Electric Power Distribution Handbook SECOND EDITION PDF
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 This book helps fill some of those needs in the area of electric distribution systems. The first few chapters of the book focus on equipment-oriented information and applications such as choosing transformer connections, sizing and placing capacitors, and setting regulators. The middle portion of this handbook contains many sections targeting reliability and power quality. The performance of the distribution system determines greater than 90% of the reliability of service to customers (the high-voltage transmission and generation system determines the rest). If performance is increased, it will have to be done on the distribution system.
Distribution systems deliver electricity literally everywhere, consuming the power generated at many locations and delivering it to the end users. Generation, transmission and distribution - Of these three large components of the electricity infrastructure, the distribution system gets the least attention. However, it is often the most important component in terms of its impact on reliability, quality of service, cost of electricity, and aesthetic (mainly visual) impacts on society. Like much of the electric utility industry, many political, economic, and technical changes are pressing the way distribution systems are built and operated. The deregulation increased the pressure on electric power utilities to reduce costs and focused on the reliability and quality of electrical service.
 The big fear of deregulation is that the service will suffer due to lower costs. Regulators and utility consumers pay great attention to reliability and quality. Another change that is fermented is the introduction of distributed generation to the distribution system. Distribution level generators can pose problems (and have benefits if applied correctly). New payloads such as additional vehicles may be on the horizon. Customers are pushing for lower costs, better reliability, and fewer visual impacts than utility distribution systems. Elimination of restrictions and technical changes increases the need for facility engineers for better information.

Contents Of The Book :

1- Fundamentals of Distribution Systems
2- Overhead Lines
3- Overhead Line Performance
4- Underground Distribution
5- Transformers
6- Voltage Regulation
7- Capacitor Application
8- Faults
9- Short-Circuit Protection
10- Reliability
11- Voltage Sags and Momentary Interruptions
12- Other Power Quality Issues
13- Lightning Protection
14- Grounding and Safety
15- Distributed Generation

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Book Format : PDF
Language : English
Page : 900
Size : 12.2 MB
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