Power Systems Analysis

ISBN-10: 0136919901

ISBN-13: 9780136919902

Edition: 2nd 2000

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Description: For senior/graduate-level courses in Power System Analysis. Keeping pace with the major changes in the structure and operation of the electric utility industry, this is the first text on power system analysis that explores the issues and shows how power system operation will be affected by the changes in the industry. It incorporates state-of-the-art, computer-based power system analysis and shows students how to apply each modern analysis tool in designing and improving an expansion of an existing power system.

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Book details

List price: $244.20
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/6/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 619
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

Background
Introduction
Electric Energy
Fossil-Fuel Plant
Nuclear Power Plant
Hydroelectric Power Plant
Other Energy Sources
Transmission and Distribution Systems
The Deregulated Electric Power Industry
Basic Principles
Introduction
Phasor Representation
Complex Power Supplied to a One-Port
Conservation of Complex Power
Balanced Three-Phase
Per Phase Analysis
Balanced Three-Phase Power
Summary
Transmission-Line Parameters
Introduction
Review of Magnetics
Flux Linkages of Infinite Straight Wire
Flux Linkages; Many-Conductor Case. Conductor Bundling
Transposition
Impedance of Three Phase lines Including Ground Return
Review of Electric Fields
Line Capacitance
Determination of Line Parameters Using Tables
Typical Parameter Values
Summary
Transmission-Line Modeling
Introduction
Derivation of Terminal V, I Relations
Waves on Transmission Lines
Transmission Matrix
Lumped-Circuit Equivalent
Simplified Models
Complex Power Transmission (Short Line)
Complex Power Transmission (Radial Line)
Complex Power Transmission (Long or Medium Lines)
Power-Handling Capability of Lines
Summary
Transformer Modeling and the Per Unit System
Introduction
Single-Phase Transformer Model
Three-Phase Transformer Connections
Per Phase Analysis
Normal Systems
Per Unit Normalization
Per Unit Three-Phase Quantities
Change of Base
Per Unit Analysis of Normal System
Regulating Transformers for Voltage and Phase Angle Control
Autotransformers
Transmission Line and Transformers
Summary
Generator Modeling I (Machine Viewpoint)
Introduction
Classical Machine Description
Voltage Generation
Open-Circuit Voltage
Armature Reaction
Terminal Voltage
Power Delivered by Generator
Synchronizing Generator to an Infinite Bus
Synchronous Condensor
Role of Synchronous Machine Excitation in Controlling Reactive Power
Summary
Generator Modeling II (Circuit Viewpoint)
Introduction
Energy Conversion
Application to Synchronous Machine
The Park Transformation
Park's Voltage Equation
Park's Mechanical Equation
Circuit Model
Instantaneous Power Output
Applications
Synchronous Operation
Steady-State Model
Simplified Dynamic Model
Generator Connected to Infinite Bus (Linear Model)
Summary
Generator Voltage Control
Introduction
Exciter System Block Diagram
Generator Models
Stability of Excitation System
Voltage Regulation
Generator Connected to Infinite Bus
Summary
Network Matrices
Introduction
Bus Admittance Matrix
Network Solution
Network Reduction (Kron Reduction)
YBUS Structure and Manipulation
Bus Impedance Matrix
Inverse Elements to Determine Columns of ZBUS
Summary
Power Flow Analysis
Introduction
Power Flow Equations
The Power Flow Problem
Solution by Gauss Iteration
More General Iteration Scheme
Newton-Raphson Iteration
Application to Power Flow Equations
Decoupled Power Flow
Control Implications
Regulating Transformers in Power Flow Analysis, Power Flow Solutions for Large Power Systems
Summary
Automatic Generation Control and the New Market Environment
Introduction
Power Control System Modeling
Application to Single Machine-Infinite Bus System
Simplified Analysis of Power Control System
Power Control, Multigenerator Case
Special Case; Two Generating Units
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