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Transients in Electrical Systems: Analysis, Recognition, and Mitigation

Название: Transients in Electrical Systems: Analysis, Recognition, and Mitigation
Издательство: Mc/Graw-Hill
Автор: J.C. Das
Год: 2010
Количество страниц: 736
Формат: PDF
Размер: 12 Mb
Язык: English

This practical guide explains how to identify the origin of disturbances in electrical systems and analyze them for effective mitigation and control. Transients in Electrical Systems considers all transient frequencies, ranging from 0.1 Hz to 50 MHz, and discusses transmission line and cable modeling as well as frequency dependent behavior. Results of EMTP simulations, solved examples, and detailed equations are included in this comprehensive resource.

Transients in Electrical Systems covers:
Transients in lumped circuits
Control systems
Lightning strokes, shielding, and backflashovers
Transients of shunt capacitor banks
Switching transients and temporary overvoltages
Current interruption in AC circuits
Symmetrical and unsymmetrical short-circuit currents
Transient behavior of synchronous generators, induction and synchronous motors, and transformers
Power electronic equipment
Flicker, bus, transfer, and torsional vibrations
Insulation coordination
Gas insulated substations
Transients in low-voltage and grounding systems
Surge arresters
DC systems, short-circuits, distributions, and HVDC
Smart grids and wind power generation

About the Author
J.C. Das is a senior consultant, electrical power systems, with AMEC, Inc., a leading supplier of high-value consultancy, engineering, and project management services to the world's energy, power, and process industries.

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