New methods for automation and intelligent systems applications, new trends in telecommunications, and a recent focus on renewable energy are reshaping the educational landscape of today's power engineer. Providing a modern and practical vehicle to help students navigate this dynamic terrain, Electric Power Distribution, Automation, Protection, and Control infuses new directions in computation, automation, and control into classical topics in electric power distribution. Ideal for a one-semester course for senior undergraduates or first-year graduate students, this text works systematically through basic distribution principles, renewable energy sources, computational tools and techniques, reliability, maintenance, distribution automation, and telecommunications. Numerous examples, problems, and case studies offer practical insight into the concepts and help build a working knowledge of protection schemes, fault analysis and synthesis, reliability analysis, intelligent automation systems, distribution management systems, and distribution system communications. The author details different renewable energy sources and teaches students how to evaluate them in terms of size, cost, and performance. Guided firmly by the author's wealth of industrial and academic experience, your students will learn the tools and techniques used to design, build, and operate future generations of distribution systems with unparalleled efficiency, robustness, and sustainability.2 Req=Rp + a Rs x = x, x, wV-000a VP 2 V212 = VIII (2.90) 12 - V - N2 - (2.91) II V , N 1 Neglecting the magnetization branch and referring all quantities to the primary side, the equivalent diagram of an ideal transformer is shown in Figure 2.22.
|Title||:||Electric Power Distribution, Automation, Protection, and Control|
|Author||:||James A. Momoh|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2007-09-07|