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Power System Dynamics with Computer-Based Modeling and Analysis





Power System Dynamics with Computer-Based Modeling and Analysis

Yoshihide Hase, Tanuj Khandelwal, Kazuyuki Kameda

ISBN: 978-1-119-48745-6 October 2019 1112 Pages



A unique combination of theoretical knowledge and practical analysis experience

Derived from Yoshihide Hase’s Handbook of Power Systems Engineering, 2nd Edition, this book provides readers with everything they need to know about power system dynamics. Presented in three parts, it covers power system theories, computation theories, and how prevailed engineering platforms can be utilized for various engineering works. It features many illustrations based on ETAP to help explain the knowledge within as much as possible. 

Recompiling all the chapters from the previous book, Power System Dynamics with Computer Based Modeling and Analysis offers nineteen new and improved content with updated information and all new topics, including two new chapters on circuit analysis which help engineers with non-electrical engineering backgrounds. Topics covered include: Essentials of Electromagnetism; Complex Number Notation (Symbolic Method) and Laplace-transform; Fault Analysis Based on Symmetrical Components; Synchronous Generators; Induction-motor; Transformer; Breaker; Arrester; Overhead-line; Power cable; Steady-State/Transient/Dynamic Stability; Control governor; AVR; Directional Distance Relay and R-X Diagram; Lightning-/Switching Surgenomena; Insulation Coordination; Harmonics; Power Electronics Applications (Devices, PE-circuit and Control) and more. 

  • Combines computer modeling of power systems, including analysis techniques, from an engineering consultant’s perspective
  • Uses practical analytical software to help teach how to obtain the relevant data, formulate ‘what-if’ cases, and perform data analysis into meaningful information
  • Includes mathematical details of power system analysis and power system dynamics

Theory of Power System Dynamics with Computer Based Modeling and Systems Analysis will appeal to all power system engineers as well as engineering and electrical engineering students.

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Part A Power Systems Theories and Practices

Chapter 1 Essentials of Electromagnetism

Chapter 2 Complex number Notation (Symbolic Method) and Laplace-transform

Chapter 3 Transmission Line Matrices and Symmetrical Components

Chapter 4 Physics of Transmission Line and the Line Constants

Chapter 5 Per Unit Method

Chapter 6 - Transformer Modeling

Chapter 7 Fault Analysis based on Symmetrical Components

Chapter 8 Fault Analysis by αβ0-Method

Chapter 9 Power Cable

Chapter 10 - Synchronous Generator: Part 1 - Circuit Theory

Chapter 11 Synchronous Generator: Part 2 – Characteristics as Machinery

Chapter 12 Steady-State/Transient/Dynamic Stability

Chapter 13 Induction Generator And Motor (Induction Machine: IM)

Chapter 14 Directional Distance Relay and R-X Diagram

Chapter 15 Lightning-/Switching Surge Phenomena and Breaker Switching

Chapter 16 Overvoltage Phenomena

Chapter 17 Insulation Coordination

Chapter 18 Harmonics and Waveform Distortion

Chapter 19 Power Electronics Applications Part 1 Devices

Chapter 20 Power Electronics Application Part 2 ; Circuit Theory

Chapter 21 Power Electronics Applications Part3 Control Theory

Appendix A

Appendix B

Part BDigital Computations Theories

Chapter 1 Digital Computation Basics

Chapter 2 Power Flow Methods

Chapter 3: Short Circuit Methods 93

Chapter 4 Harmonics 125

Chapter 5 Reliability 151

Chapter 6 Numerical Integration Methods 158

Chapter 7 Power Flow 164

Part C Analytical Practices and Examples

Chapter 2 One-Line Diagram

Chapter 3 Load Flow

Chapter 4 Short Circuit / Fault Analysis

Chapter 5 Motor Starting

Chapter 6 Harmonics

Chapter 7 Transient Stability

Chapter 8 Reliability Assessment

Chapter 9 Protective Device Coordination