Electrical power distribution and transmission / Luces M. Faulkenberry and Walter Coffer.Material type: TextPublication details: London : Prentice Hall, 1996. ISBN: 0132499479Subject(s): Electric power transmission | Electric power distributionDDC classification: 621.319
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Ch. 1. Introduction to Electrical Power -- Ch. 2. Basic Concepts, Three-Phase Review, and Per Unit -- Ch. 3. Basic Considerations and Distribution System Layout -- Ch. 4. Distribution Transformers -- Ch. 5. Distribution Equipment -- Ch. 6. Distribution Substations -- Ch. 7. Distribution Line Construction -- Ch. 8. Transmission System Overview -- Ch. 9. Transmission Line Parameters -- Ch. 10. Transmission Line Fault Current Calculation, Protection, and Bulk Power Substations -- Ch. 11. Transmission Line Construction -- App. A. Three-phase Power Flow Constancy -- App. B. Sample REA Specifications -- App. C. Generalized Circuit Constants -- App. D. Complete Mathcad Solution to Example 9.11 -- App. E. Reference List.
Written in a down-to-earth, easy-to-understand manner, Electrical Power Distribution and Transmission is a state-of-the-art book that offers readers a practical orientation and introduction to electrical power distribution and transmission. Outstanding features, which have been widely applauded, include real-world aspects of the field (readers are exposed to theory and practice they will use in their careers); organized into three easy to understand sections, including History, Electrical Power Distribution, and Electrical Power Transmission; thorough coverage of subject concepts; and offers up-to-date material with historical perspective. This comprehensive book is appropriate for courses in electrical power distribution and/or transmission. Readers will find previous courses in dc/ac circuits, algebra, and trigonometry to be a plus.