Insulation Coordination for Power Systems
This detailed and comprehensive reference presents the latest developments in power system insulation coordination—emphasizing the achievement of optimum insulation strength at minimum cost. Comprehensively covering a myriad of insulation coordination techniques, the book examines electrical transmission and distribution lines and substations. Supplemented with end-of-chapter problem sets and over 1700 literature citations, tables, drawings, and equations, the book focuses on the conventional (or deterministic) method of insulation coordination, as well as the probabilistic method with its emphasis on statistical analysis.
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Good book. The contents may be difficult for first-timer, but eventually, the book articulates the idea on insulation coordination.
Useless!!!! I paid more than $100 and can not read it in my iphone. And even if I could, I would have to wait for the book to download fully again, since if I stay logged in the battery dries out. Waste of money. On a PC reads well and needless to say the book is outstanding!
Insulation Strength Characteristics
PhaseGround Switching Overvoltages Transmission Lines
PhasePhase Switching Overvoltages Transmission Lines
Switching Overvoltages Substations
The Lightning Flash
Shielding of Transmission Lines
Shielding of Substations
The Incoming Surge and Open Breaker Protection
Metal Oxide Surge Arresters
Protective Characteristics of Arresters
Station Lightning Insulation Coordination
Evaluation of Lightning Surge Voltages Having Nonstandard Waveshapes For SelfRestoring Insulations
A Review of Traveling Waves
Effect of Strokes Within the Span
Impulse Resistance of Ground Electrodes
Estimating the Measured Footing Resistance
Effect of Power Frequency Voltage and Number of Phases