Distribution system modeling and analysisMaterial type: BookPublisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, c2012.Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xv, 439 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781439856222Program: ECTE426Subject(s): Electric power distribution -- Mathematical models | Quality control -- Statistical methods | Reliability (Engineering)DDC classification: 333.793/2 Online resources: eBook | Location Map
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Preface; Acknowledgments; Author; Chapter 1: Introduction to Distribution Systems; Chapter 2: Nature of Loads; Chapter 3: Approximate Method of Analysis; Chapter 4: Series Impedance of Overhead and Underground Lines; Chapter 5: Shunt Admittance of Overhead and Underground Lines; Chapter 6: Distribution System Line Models; Chapter 7: Voltage Regulation; Chapter 8: Three-Phase Transformer Models; Chapter 9: Load Models; Chapter 10: Distribution Feeder Analysis; Chapter 11: Center-Tapped Transformers and Secondaries; Appendix A: Conductor Data.
Updated to reflect the latest changes and advances in the field, Distribution System Modeling and Analysis, Third Edition again illustrates methods that will ensure the most accurate possible results in computational modeling for electric power distribution systems. With the same simplified approach of previous editions, this book clearly explains the principles and mathematics behind system models, also discussing the "smart grid" concept and its special benefits. However, this volume adds a crucial element not found in previous editions. The first two books developed models for all components but focused less on how to actually implement those models on a computer for planning and for real-time analysis. This book includes numerous models of components and several practical examples, to demonstrate how engineers can apply and customize computer programs to help them plan and operate systems.