Design Modeling And Evaluation Of Protective Relays For Power Systems

Author: Mladen Kezunovic
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319209191
Size: 19.94 MB
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This book is a practical guide to digital protective relays in power systems. It explains the theory of how the protective relays work in power systems, provides the engineering knowledge and tools to successfully design them and offers expert advice on how they behave in practical circumstances. This book helps readers gain technical mastery of how the relays function, how they are designed and how they perform. This text not only features in-depth coverage of the theory and principles behind protective relays, but also includes a manual supplemented with software that offers numerous hands-on examples in MATLAB. A great resource for protective relaying labs and self-learners, its manual provides lab experiments unavailable elsewhere. The book is suitable for advanced courses in Digital Relays and Power Systems Fault Analysis and Protection, and will prove to be a valuable resource for practitioners in the utility industry, including relay designers.

Hierarchical Protection For Smart Grids

Author: Jing Ma
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119304830
Size: 49.34 MB
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A systematic view of hierarchical protection for smart grids, with solutions to tradition protection problems and complicated operation modes of modern power systems • Systematically investigates traditional protection problems from the bird’s eye view of hierarchical protection • Focuses on multiple variable network structures and complicated operation modes • Offers comprehensive countermeasures on improving protection performance based on up-to-date research

Proceedings Of The International Conference On Intelligent Systems And Signal Processing

Author: Rahul Kher
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 9811069778
Size: 12.17 MB
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The book provides insights into International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Signal Processing (ISSP 2017) held at G.H. Patel College of Engineering & Technology, Gujarat, India during March 24-25, 2017. The book comprises contributions by the research scholars and academicians covering the topics in signal processing and communication engineering, applied electronics and emerging technologies, computer vision and machine learning, big data and cloud computing and advanced intelligent power electronics and drives systems. The main emphasis of the book is on dissemination of information, experience and research results on the current topics of interest through in-depth discussions and contribution of researchers from all over world. The book is useful for research community, academicians, industrialists and post graduate students across the globe.

Design And Power Quality Improvement Of Photovoltaic Power System

Author: Adel A. Elbaset
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319474642
Size: 13.42 MB
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This book presents a case study on a new approach for the optimum design of rooftop, grid-connected photovoltaic-system installation. The study includes two scenarios using different brands of commercially available PV modules and inverters. It investigates and compares several different rooftop grid-connected PV-system configurations taking into account PV modules and inverter specifications. The book also discusses the detailed dynamic MATLAB/Simulink model of the proposed rooftop grid-connected PV system, and uses this model to estimate the energy production capabilities, cost of energy (COE), simple payback time (SPBT) and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions for each configuration. The book then presents a comprehensive small signal MATLAB/Simulink model for the DC-DC converter operated under continuous conduction mode (CCM). First, the buck converter is modeled using state-space average model and dynamic equations, depicting the converter, are derived. Then a detailed MATLAB/Simulink model utilizing SimElectronics® Toolbox is developed. Lastly, the robustness of the converter model is verified against input voltage variations and step load changes.

Protective Relaying

Author: Walter A. Elmore
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824709723
Size: 31.16 MB
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Targeting the latest microprocessor technologies for more sophisticated applications in the field of power system short circuit detection, this revised and updated source imparts fundamental concepts and breakthrough science for the isolation of faulty equipment and minimization of damage in power system apparatus. The Second Edition clearly describes key procedures, devices, and elements crucial to the protection and control of power system function and stability. It includes chapters and expertise from the most knowledgeable experts in the field of protective relaying, and describes microprocessor techniques and troubleshooting strategies in clear and straightforward language.

Interconnected Power Systems

Author: Yong Li
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 366248627X
Size: 20.42 MB
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This book reports on the latest findings in the application of the wide area measurement systems (WAMS) in the analysis and control of power systems. The book collects new research ideas and achievements including a delay-dependent robust design method, a wide area robust coordination strategy, a hybrid assessment and choice method for wide area signals, a free-weighting matrices method and its application, as well as the online identification methods for low-frequency oscillations. The main original research results of this book are a comprehensive summary of the authors’ latest six-year study. The book will be of interest to academic researchers, R&D engineers and graduate students in power systems who wish to learn the core principles, methods, algorithms, and applications of the WAMS.

Reactive Power Management Of Power Networks With Wind Generation

Author: Hortensia Amaris
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1447146670
Size: 80.16 MB
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As the energy sector shifts and changes to focus on renewable technologies, the optimization of wind power becomes a key practical issue. Reactive Power Management of Power Networks with Wind Generation brings into focus the development and application of advanced optimization techniques to the study, characterization, and assessment of voltage stability in power systems. Recent advances on reactive power management are reviewed with particular emphasis on the analysis and control of wind energy conversion systems and FACTS devices. Following an introduction, distinct chapters cover the 5 key areas of FACTS devices, voltage stability, wind generators, reactive power optimization and management. These are supported with applications and example including real-life data from the Spanish Power system. Together with power system engineers, operators and planners will also benefit from this insightful resource. Reactive Power Management of Power Networks with Wind Generation provides a key reference to advanced undergraduate and graduate students in electrical and power engineering.

Cooperative Synchronization In Distributed Microgrid Control

Author: Ali Bidram
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319508083
Size: 80.55 MB
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This book brings together emerging objectives and paradigms in the control of both AC and DC microgrids; further, it facilitates the integration of renewable-energy and distribution systems through localization of generation, storage and consumption. The control objectives in a microgrid are addressed through the hierarchical control structure. After providing a comprehensive survey on the state of the art in microgrid control, the book goes on to address the most recent control schemes for both AC and DC microgrids, which are based on the distributed cooperative control of multi-agent systems. The cooperative control structure discussed distributes the co-ordination and optimization tasks across all distributed generators. This does away with the need for a central controller, and the control system will not collapse in response to the outage of a single unit. This avoids adverse effects on system flexibility and configurability, as well as the reliability concerns in connection with single points of failure that arise in traditional, centralized microgrid control schemes. Rigorous proofs develop each control methodology covered in the book, and simulation examples are provided to justify all of the proposed algorithms. Given its extensive yet self-contained content, the book offers a comprehensive source of information for graduate students, academic researchers, and practicing engineers working in the field of microgrid control and optimization.

Transmission And Distribution Electrical Engineering

Author: Colin R. Bayliss
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 0080969127
Size: 34.43 MB
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Chapter 1: System Studies -- Chapter 2: Drawings and Diagrams -- Chapter 3: Substation Layouts -- Chapter 4: Substation Auxiliary Power Supplies -- Chapter 5: Current and Voltage Transformers -- Chapter 6: Insulators -- Chapter 7: Substation Building Services -- Chapter 8: Earthing and Bonding -- Chapter 9: Insulation Co-ordination -- Chapter 10: Relay Protection -- Chapter 11: Fuses and Miniature Circuit Breakers -- Chapter 12: Cables -- Chapter 13: Switchgear -- Chapter 14: Power Transformers -- Chapter 15: Substation and Overhead Line Foundations -- Chapter 16: Overhead Line Routing -- Chapter 17: Structures, Towers and Poles -- Chapter 18: Overhead Line Conductor and Technical Specifications -- Chapter 19: Testing and Commissioning -- Chapter 20: Electromagnetic Compatibility -- Chapter 21: Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition -- Chapter 22: Project Management -- Chapter 23: Distribution Planning -- Chapter 24: Power Quality- Harmonics in Power Systems -- Chapter 25: Power Qual ...