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L.Powell - Power System Load Flow Analysis

Power System Load Flow Analysis (Professional Engineering S) 1st Edition
by Lynn Powell (Author)

Series: Professional Engineering S
Hardcover: 182 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education; 1 edition (December 2, 2004)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0071447792
ISBN-13: 978-0071447799

From the Back Cover
A MASTER CLASS IN OPTIMIZING ELECTRICITY FLOW

Prevent across-the-grid failures, as well as localized brownouts and blackouts, and accurately anticipate future usage with this rigorous tutorial on load flow analysis. Expert Lynn Powell`s Power System Load Flow Analysis breaks the complex tasks involved in mathematical modeling of complicated power grids into short segments, making the computational tools of this trade easier to grasp and use. This text derives well-known major algorithms, and shows you how they are deployed in powerful software. Here`s all the help you need to:

Predict network loadings, prevent overloads, and anticipate future needs
Model generators, transformers, and other equipment mathematically
Solve nonlinear load flow equations
Deploy algorithms in software
Efficiently troubleshoot emerging problems
Discover common causes of solution difficulties

Electrical load flow analysis is critically important in the planning and management of power networks. This expert guide gives you all the tools you need to gain a detailed understanding of the subject.

INSIDE:
System Representation * The Load Flow Problem * Reference System * Jacobi Method Gauss-Seidel Method * Z-Matrix Methods * Newton-Raphson Methods * Newton-Raphson Method Using Cartesian Coordinates * Newton-Raphson Method Using Polar Coordinates * Fast Decoupled Method * DC Load Flow * Voltage Control: Generators * Voltage Control: On-Load Tap Changing Transformers * Results Output * Solution Difficulties * Appendix: Starting Voltages

About the Author

Lynn Powell is an electrical engineer who is now retired after spending 40 years with various U.K. organizations: the South Wales Electricity Board, the Central Electricity Generating Board, the British Steel Corporation, and the Ministry of Defense. For virtually all that time he was engaged in power system design, for land-based and ship-based systems. He holds a master`s degree in power systems engineering from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology and is a Fellow of the Institution of Electrical Engineers. A Welshman by birth, he lives in Wiltshire, England.