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Electric Power Distribution, Automation, Protection, and Control

By James A. Momoh

CRC Press – 2012 – 384 pages

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    978-0-8493-6835-6
    September 7th 2007

Description

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.

Contents

* Each Chapter Provides an Introduction,

Illustrative Examples, and a Summary

Introduction to Distribution Automation Systems

Historical Background

Distribution System Topology and Structure

Distribution Automation (DA) and Control

Computational Techniques for Distribution Systems

Complex Power Concepts

Balanced Voltage to Neutral-Connected System

Power Relationship for f Y-?-Connected System

Per-Unit System

Calculation of Power Losses

Voltage Regulation Techniques

Voltage-Sag Analysis and Calculation

Equipment Modeling

Components Modeling

Distribution System Line Model

Distribution Power Flow Analysis

Distribution System Topology for Development of Load Flow

Review of Classical Power Flow Methods

Distribution Power Flow Methods

Distribution System Protection and Control

Single Line-to-Ground Fault

Double Line-to-Ground Fault on Phase B and C

Three-Phase Fault Analysis

Line-to-Ground and Line-to-Line Faults

Protection Systems

Protective Relay Technology

System Protection in General

System Protection for Different Power System Zone Components

Distribution System Reliability and Maintenance

Reliability Evaluation

Terminology/Definitions

Reliability Indices

Methods of Reliability Analysis

Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Method

Event-Tree Analysis Method

Fault-Tree Analysis Method

Unavailability of Power Calculations from the Cut Set

Simulation Techniques for Reliability Analysis

Simulation Methods Utilized for Distribution Reliability Analysis

Evaluation of Distribution Reliability Analysis Method

Reliability Database Design

Maintenance and Reliability

Maintenance of Distribution Systems

Reliability-Centered Maintenance

Security and Reliability-Centered Maintenance

Implementation Plan for Various Component-Maintenance Techniques

Distribution Automation and Control Functions

Demand-Side Management

Voltage/VAr Control

Fault Detection (Distribution Automation Function)

Trouble Calls

Restoration Functions

Reconfiguration of Distribution Systems

Power Quality

Optimization Techniques

Intelligent Systems in Distribution Automation

Distribution Automation Function

Artificial Intelligence Methods

Intelligent Systems in Distribution Automation

Voltage/VAr Control

Network Reconfiguration via AI

Fault Detection, Classification, and Location in Distribution Systems

Renewable Energy Options and Technology

Distributed Generation

Working Definition and Classification of Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy Options

Other Nonrenewable Energy Sources

Fuel Cell

Distributed Generation Concepts and Benefits

Distribution Management Systems

Functions of EMS

SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition)

RTU (Remote Terminal Units)

Distribution Management System (DMS)

Automatic Meter Reading (AMR

Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA) in Distribution Systems

Communication Systems for Distribution Automation Systems

Telecommunication in Principle

Data Communication in Power System Distribution Network

Signal Representation

Types of Telecommunication Media

Communication Modulation Techniques

Communication Networking

Frame-Relay Communications

Communication Standards Overview

OSI Model

Distribution Network Protocol (DNP)

Utility Communication Architecture (UCA)

Power-Line Carrier Communication

Security in Telecommunications and Information Technology

Epilogue

Challenges to Distribution Systems for a Competitive Power Utility Environment

Protection

Demand Response

Communication Advances

Microgrid

Standards and Institutional Barriers

Pricing and Billing

Glossary

References

Index

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Description: By James A. Momoh. 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...
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