This text is intended for undergraduate seniors or first-year graduate students in the power system fields, in this second edition the introductory chapters have been strengthened to improve has been added on system protection. Certified Buyer , Jodhpur. Certified Buyer , Bhopal. Explore Plus.
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This book discusses the automatic closed-loop control of generators, which is the key to the successful operation of modern power plants and power systems.
The first edition of this book gained wide readership because of its control topics and its coverage of optimum operation and load flow analysis. Now these topics have been greatly expanded to conform with the state-of-the-art of electric energy systems, and a new and unique emphasis has been placed on emergency control.
The mechanism that transforms mechanical power into electrical megawatts in three-phase synchronous machines, and the collective behavior of the many machines that make up a modern power system are presented. A detailed treatment of the Newton-Raphson powerflow algorithm, an overview of system protection, examples in unbalanced fault analysis, a step-by-step example of a building-algorithm, explanations of subharmonic resonance and intermachine oscillations, turbine transfer functions, utilization of the state transition diagram and a chapter on three-phase theory are offered.
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Electric Energy Systems Theory : An Introduction
Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. The objective of the economic dispatch problems of electrical power generation is to schedule the committed generating units output so as to meet the required load demand while satisfying the system equality and inequality constraints. This is a maiden approach developed to obtain the optimal dispatches of generating units for all possible load demands of power system in a single execution. The feasibility of the proposed method is demonstrated by solving economic load dispatch problem, combined economic and emission dispatch problem, multiarea economic dispatch problem and economic dispatch problem with multiple fuel options. The proposed methodology is tested with different scale of power systems.
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