Power Transmission and Distribution (Google eBook)

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The Fairmont Press, Inc., 2005 - Technology & Engineering - 400 pages
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Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction Consumer Characteristics
1
Chapter 2 Distribution System Electrical Design
13
Chapter 3 Subtransmission System Electrical Design
91
Chapter 4 Transmission System Electrical Design
97
Chapter 5 Electrical Protection
127
Chapter 6 Direct Current Transmission
149
Chapter 7 Overhead Mechanical Design and Construction
155
Chapter 8 Underground Mechanical Design and Construction
211
Appendix B Symmetrical Components
287
Appendix C Review of Complex Numbers
343
Appendix D Transmission and Distribution Delivery Systems Efficiencies
345
Appendix E Street Lighting Constant Current Circuitry
349
Appendix F Economic Studies
357
Tying Maps to Computers
377
Appendix H United States and Metric Relationships
389
Index
391

Chapter 9 Associated Operations
263
Appendix A Circuit Analysis
281

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Page 19 - Figure 2-3b. Typical Spot Networks (a) Two network units supplying a spot network bus from which services are tapped, (b) Two network units connected to spot-network bus through reactors. Services are supplied directly from terminals of network units, (c) Two network units supplying a spot-network bus through balancing transformers. Any of these forms of the spot network may or may not be connected to the secondary mains of a street network.

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