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Electrical Power Transmission System Engineering: Analysis and Design (3rd Edition)

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The structure of the electric power system is very large and complex. Nevertheless, its main components (or subsystems) can be identified as the generation system, transmission system, and distribution system. These three systems are the basis of the electric power industry. Today, there are various textbooks dealing with a broad range of topics in the power system area of electrical engineering. Some of them are considered to be classics. However, they do not particularly concentrate on the topics dealing with electric power transmission. Therefore, this text is unique in that it is written specifically for an in-depth study of modern power transmission engineering.

This book has evolved from the content of courses given by the author at California State University, Sacramento, the University of Missouri at Columbia, the University of Oklahoma, and Florida International University. It has been written for senior-level undergraduate and beginninglevel graduate students, as well as practicing engineers in the electric power utility industry. It can serve as a text for a two-semester course, or by judicious selection, the material in the text can also be condensed to suit a one-semester course.

This book has been particularly written for a student or practicing engineer who may want to teach himself or herself. Basic material has been explained carefully, clearly, and in detail with numerous examples. Each new term is clearly defined when it is first introduced. The special features of the book include ample numerical examples and problems designed to apply the information presented in each chapter. An effort has been made to familiarize the reader with the vocabulary and symbols used in the industry.

Section I: Electrical Design and Analysis
Chapter 1: Transmission System Planning
Chapter 2: Transmission Line Structures and Equipment
Chapter 3: Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS) and Other Concepts
Chapter 4: Overhead Power Transmission
Chapter 5: Underground Power Transmission and Gas-Insulated Transmission Lines
Chapter 6: Direct-Current Power Transmission
Chapter 7: Transient Overvoltages and Insulation Coordination
Chapter 8: Limiting Factors for Extrahigh- and Ultrahigh-Voltage Transmission: Corona, Radio Noise, and Audible Noise
Chapter 9: Symmetrical Components and Fault Analysis
Chapter 10: Protective Equipment and Transmission System Protection
Chapter 11: Transmission System Reliability
Section II: Mechanical Design and Analysis
Chapter 12: Construction of Overhead Lines
Chapter 13: Sag and Tension Analysis
Appendix A: Impedance Tables for Overhead Lines, Transformers, and Underground Cables
Appendix B: Methods for Allocating Transmission-Line Fixed Charges among Joint Users
Appendix C: New Electrical Infrastructure Trends and Regulations in the United States
Appendix D: Guide to the FERC: Electric Transmission Facilities Permit Process
Appendix E: Standard Device Numbers Used in Protection Systems
Appendix F: Final Rule on Transmission Planning and Cost Allocation
by Transmission Owning and Operating Public Utilities
Appendix G: Unit Conversions from the English System to SI System
Appendix H: Unit Conversions from the SI System to English System
Appendix I: Classroom Examples for Designing Transmission Lines by Using MATLAB
Appendix J:
Appendix K: Additional Solved Examples of Shunt Faults Using MATLAB
Appendix L: Glossary for Transmission System Engineering Terminology

Author Details
"Turan Gönen"
California State University, Sacramento, USA.

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