Asymmetric operation of AC power transmission system

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Langue : Anglais
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Ouvrage 264 p. · 17x25 cm · Broché
ISBN : 9782553014031 EAN : 9782553014031
Presses internationales Polytechnique
Today, simple and cost-effective strategies can be implemented to operate AC power transmission systems more reliably and economically. As will be seen in this book, asymmetric operation of three-phase transmission corridors brings new degrees of freedom to the planning and operation of point-to-point transmission, inter-area interconnections, singleand multiple-line corridors, and networks feeding large metropolitan areas, either for new build or retrofit. Asymmetric Operation of AC Power Transmission Systems is a comprehensive review of all aspects of asymmetric operation ranging from system implementation to costs, reliability and economics. This book is an invaluable tool for professionals working in industry, government and research as well as students and professors in electrical engineering and applied science.
Chapter 1 - The Modern Power System. Introduction. Power System Engineering. Symmetric Versus Asymmetric Operation. Chapter 2 - Introduction to Asymmetric Operation of PowerTransmission Systems. Concept of Asymmetric Operation. System Security. Strategies of Implementation. Reactive Power Management. Chapter 3 - Probabilistic Aspects of Asymmetric Operation. Introduction. The Binomial Law. The Poisson Distribution. The Weibull Distribution. Application to Asymmetric Operation. Chapter 4 - Asymmetric Operation of a Corridor with Multiple Lines. Introduction. Asymmetric Operation Using Conventional Compensating Devices: Lossless Line With Lumped Parameters. Asymmetric Operation Using Conventional Compensating Devices: Uncoupled Line With Distributed Parameters. Asymmetric Operation Using FACTS Controllers. Chapter 5 - Asymmetric Operation of a Corridor With a Single Line. Introduction. Compensation With Conventional Devices. Compensation With FACTS Devices. Paired and Versatile Negative-sequence and Zero-sequence Currents Filtering. Chapter 6 - Economic Analysis. Introduction. Estimating Costs. Investment Costs of Asymmetric Operation Using Conventional and Modern Compensating Devices. Investment Costs of Asymmetric Operation Compared to the Cost of the LOLE and the Cost of a New Line. Effect of the Number of Lines. Scenario Studies. Chapter 7 - Enhancing the Flexibility of Power System Operation. Introduction. Review of the Three-phase N _ 1 Criterion. The Single-line Corridor. Distributed Generation. The Distribution System. Chapter 8 - Conclusion. Appendix A - Underlying Concepts of Symmetrical Three-phase System Planning. Appendix B - Simulation Results.