Computer-Aided Power Systems Analysis, Second Edition

ISBN-10: 1420061062

ISBN-13: 9781420061062

Edition: 2nd 2008 (Revised)

Authors: George Kusic

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Computer-Aided Power Systems Analysis: Second Editionprovides a complete view of the power system and introduces computational methods. Each chapter in this new edition features examples that use Power World software. This book provides physical understanding and methodology of electric utilities. Aimed at upper level undergraduate students, this comprehensive text features homework problems and a solutions manual for qualifying instructors. Additional chapters cover key areas of power systems analysis, including monitoring, control, transmission, distribution, the bus reference frame, faults, protection, power flow, modern energy exchange, and measurement processing.
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List price: $154.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: CRC Press LLC
Publication date: 11/21/2008
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 388
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.892

Central Operation and Control of Power Systems
Control Center of a Power System
Digital Computer Configuration
Automatic Generation Control for a Power System
Area Control Error
CPS1, 1 Minute Average
CPS2, 10 Minute Average
Disturbance Conditions
Operation without Central Computers or AGC
Parallel Operation of Generators
Network Power Flows
Oversimplified Power Flow (dc Power Flow)
Area Lumped Dynamic Model
Elements of Transmission Networks
Phasor Notation
Symmetrical Component Transformation
Floating Voltage Base Per-Unit Systems
Overhead Transmission Line Representation
Inductance of Long Parallel Conductors
Balanced Three-Phase Lines
Unbalanced Lines
Capacitance of Transmission Lines
General Method to Determine Aerial Transmission Line Parameters
Transformer Representation
Wye-Delta and Phase-Shift Transformers
Multiple-Winding Transformers
Synchronous Machine Representation
Steady-State Synchronous Machine Equivalent
Short-Circuit Characteristics
Transient Time-Frame Synchronous Machine Equivalent
Subtransient Time-Frame Synchronous Machine Equivalent
Bus Reference Frame
Linear Network Injections and Loads
Bus Impedance Matrix for Elements without Mutual Coupling
Adding a Tree Branch to Bus p
Adding a Tree Branch to the Reference
Adding a Cotree Link between Buses p and q
Adding a Cotree Link from Bus p to Reference
The Bus Admittance Matrix
Bus Impedance Matrix for Elements with Mutual Coupling
Inversion of the Y[subscript BUS] Matrix for Large Systems
Tinney's Optimally Ordered Triangular Factorization [3]
Tinney's Schemes for Near-Optimal Ordering
Several Iterative Methods for Linear Matrices
Gaussian Iteration
Gauss-Seidel Iteration
Network Fault and Contingency Calculations
Fault Calculations Using Z[subscript BUS]
Approximations Common to Short-Circuit Studies
Fault Calculations Using the Y[subscript BUS] Table of Factors
Contingency Analysis for Power Systems
Contingency Analysis for Power Systems
Contingencies Using Z[subscript BUS] in a Superposition Method
Z[subscript BUS] Line Contingency Method
Using the Y[subscript BUS] Table of Factors for Contingencies
Double Contingencies Using Y[subscript BUS] Table of Factors (Balanced Case)
Power Flow on Transmission Networks
Slack Bus
Z[subscript BUS] Formulation for Load-Flow Equations
Gauss or Gauss-Seidel Iteration Using Y[subscript BUS]
Newton-Raphson Iterative Scheme Using Y[subscript BUS]
Approximations to the Jacobian in the Newton-Raphson Method
Adjustment of Network Operating Conditions
Operational Power Flow Programs
Generator Base Power Setting
Economic Dispatch of Generation without Transmission Line Losses
Economic Dispatch of Generation with Line Losses
On-Line Execution of the Economic Dispatch
Day-Ahead Economic Dispatch with a Variable Number of Units On-Line
Power Transmission Line Losses for Economic Dispatch
Utilizing the Load-Flow Jacobian for Economic Dispatch
Economic Exchange of Power between Areas
Economy A Program
State Estimation from Real-Time Measurements
The Line Power Flow State Estimator
State Estimation and Noisy Measurements
Monitoring the Power System
Determination of Variance [Sigma superscript 2] to Normalize Measurements
Conductor Resistance and Rating
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