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Author Bayliss, C. R. (Colin R.)

Title Transmission and distribution electrical engineering / C.R. Bayliss, B.J. Hardy.

Published Oxford ; Burlington, MA : Newnes, 2007.

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 UniM ERC  621.319 BAYL    AVAILABLE
Edition 3rd ed.
Physical description xxviii, 1010 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Notes Previous ed.: 1999.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 System Studies 1 -- 1.2 Load flow 1 -- 1.3 System stability 8 -- 1.4 Short circuit analysis -- 2 Drawings and Diagrams 50 -- 2.2 Block diagrams 50 -- 2.3 Schematic diagrams 51 -- 2.4 Manufacturers' drawings 55 -- 2.5 Computer aided design (CAD) 68 -- 2.7 Graphical symbols 69 -- Appendix A Relay identification - numerical codes 71 -- Appendix B Comparison between German, British, US/Canadian and international symbols 82 -- 3 Substation Layouts 92 -- 3.2 Substation design considerations 92 -- 3.3 Alternative layouts 95 -- 3.4 Space requirements 107 -- 4 Substation Auxiliary Power Supplies 115 -- 4.2 DC supplies 115 -- 4.3 Batteries 126 -- 4.4 AC supplies 135 -- 5 Current and Voltage Transformers 149 -- 5.2 Current transformers 149 -- 5.3 Voltage transformers 157 -- 5.4 Future trends 159 -- 6 Insulators 163 -- 6.2 Insulator materials 163 -- 6.3 Insulator types 164 -- 6.4 Pollution control 169 -- 6.5 Insulator specification 174 -- 7 Substation Building Services 181 -- 7.2 Lighting 181 -- 7.3 Distribution characterization 199 -- 7.4 Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning 200 -- 7.5 Fire detection and suppression 207 -- 8 Earthing and Bonding 215 -- 8.2 Design criteria 215 -- 8.3 Substation earthing calculations 219 -- 8.4 Computer simulation 229 -- 9 Insulation Co-ordination 233 -- 9.2 System voltages 233 -- 9.3 Clearances 245 -- 9.4 Procedures for co-ordination 248 -- 9.5 Surge protection 251 -- 10 Relay Protection 269 -- 10.2 System configurations 270 -- 10.3 Power system protection principles 274 -- 10.4 Current relays 277 -- 10.5 Differential protection schemes 292 -- 10.6 Distance relays 306 -- 10.7 Auxiliary relays 319 -- 10.8 Computer assisted grading exercise 326 -- 10.9 Practical distribution network case study 329 -- 10.10 Recent advances in control, protection and monitoring 337 -- 11 Fuses and Miniature Circuit Breakers 341 -- 11.2 Fuses 341 -- 11.3 Fuse operation 357 -- 11.4 Miniature circuit breakers 363 -- 12 Cables 374 -- 12.2 Codes and standards 374 -- 12.3 Types of cables and materials 377 -- 12.4 Cable sizing 389 -- 12.5 Calculation of losses in cables 410 -- 12.6 Fire properties of cables 411 -- 12.7 Control and communication cables 415 -- 12.8 Cable management systems 423 -- 13 Switchgear 436 -- 13.2 Terminology and standards 436 -- 13.3 Switching 438 -- 13.4 Arc quenching media 460 -- 13.5 Operating mechanisms 472 -- 13.6 Equipment specifications 480 -- 14 Power Transformers 499 -- 14.2 Standards and principles 499 -- 14.3 Voltage, impedance and power rating 517 -- 14.4 Thermal design 532 -- 14.5 Constructional aspects 541 -- 14.6 Accessories 552 -- 15 Substation and Overhead Line Foundations 565 -- 15.2 Soil investigations 565 -- 15.3 Foundation types 566 -- 15.4 Foundation design 575 -- 15.5 Site works 576 -- 16 Overhead Line Routing 585 -- 16.2 Routing objectives 585 -- 16.3 Preliminary routing 587 -- 16.4 Detailed line survey and profile 591 -- 17 Structures, Towers and Poles 595 -- 17.2 Environmental conditions 597 -- 17.3 Structure design 611 -- 17.4 Pole and tower types 624 -- 18 Overhead Line Conductor and Technical Specifications 630 -- 18.2 Environmental conditions 630 -- 18.3 Conductor selection 631 -- 18.4 Calculated electrical ratings 641 -- 18.5 Design spans, clearances and loadings 651 -- 18.6 Overhead line fittings 675 -- 18.7 Overhead line impedance 678 -- 18.8 Substation busbar selection - case study 681 -- 19 Testing and Commissioning 693 -- 19.2 Quality assurance 694 -- 19.3 Works inspections and testing 698 -- 19.4 Site inspection and testing 700 -- 19.5 Testing and commissioning methods 705 -- Appendix A Commissioning test procedure requirements 738 -- Appendix B Drawings, diagrams and manuals 739 -- 20 Electromagnetic Compatibility 741 -- 20.2 Standards 742 -- 20.3 Compliance 743 -- 20.4 Testing 744 -- 20.5 Screening 750 -- 20.6 Typical useful formulae 755 -- 21 Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition 764 -- 21.2 Programmable logic controllers 764 -- 21.3 Power line carrier communication links 776 -- 21.4 Supervisory control and data acquisition 780 -- 21.5 Software management 788 -- 22 Project Management 799 -- 22.2 Project evaluation 799 -- 22.3 Financing 811 -- 22.4 Project phases 816 -- 22.5 Terms and conditions of contract 822 -- 22.6 Tendering 832 -- 22.7 Model forms of contract - exercise 835 -- Appendix A Project definition/questionnaire 837 -- Appendix B Bidding checklist 863 -- 23 Distribution Planning 867 -- 23.3 Load forecasting 881 -- 23.4 System parameters 888 -- 23.5 System reliability 896 -- 23.6 Drawings and materials take off 906 -- 24 Power Quality - Harmonics in Power Systems 907 -- 24.2 Nature of harmonics 909 -- 24.3 Generation of harmonics 910 -- 24.4 Effects of harmonics 917 -- 24.5 Limitation of harmonics 920 -- 24.6 Ferroresonance and subharmonics 924 -- 24.7 Harmonic studies 929 -- 25 Power Quality - Voltage Fluctuations 933 -- 25.2 Nature and cause of voltage disturbances in power systems 933 -- 25.3 Solutions 939 -- 26.2 Symbols and nomenclature 945 -- 26.3 Alternating quantities 951 -- 26.4 Vector representation 954 -- 26.5 Vector algebra 959 -- 26.6 Sequence components 962 -- 26.7 Network fault analysis 966 -- 26.8 Design optimization 977.
Other author Hardy, Brian J.
Subject Electric power transmission.
Electric power distribution.
ISBN 0750666730 (hbk.)
9780750666732 (hbk.)