Power System Transients - A Statistical Approach

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Publisher PHI Learning All Electrical Engineering books by PHI Learning
ISBN 9788120340794
Author: C. S. Indulkar, D. P. Kothari, K. Ramalingam
Number of Pages 296
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Power System Transients - A Statistical Approach by C. S. Indulkar, D. P. Kothari, K. Ramalingam
Book Summary:

This book, now in its second edition, presents a comprehensive exposition of the basic principles involved in the analysis and computation of power system transients using a statistical approach. The book deals with probability distribution of switching overvoltages in overhead lines, underground cables, and machine windings. The accuracy of statistical methods for power system transients, including the suitability of Gaussian distribution for these methods, is discussed. In the case of overhead lines, a simplified statistical method for estimating the phase-to-phase risk of insulation failure is explained.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for engineering students.
Table of Contents:

Preface • Preface to First Edition

1. Introduction

2. Probability Distribution of Switching Surge Overvoltages

3. Application of Insulators to Withstand Switching Surges

4. Probability of Failure of an EHV Transmission Line

5. Accuracy of Statistical Methods in Insulation Evaluation

6. Statistical Estimation of Phase-to-Phase Risk of Failure

7. Suitability of Gaussian Stress Distribution for Statistical Line Insulation Design

8. Statistical Distribution of Impulse Breakdown in Oil-Filled Cable

9. Method of Grading EHV Cables Based on Statistical Breakdown Stress

10. Probability of Failure of Motor Windings

11. Frequency of Occurrence of Lightning Flashes and Shielding of Transmission Lines

12. Characteristics of External Insulation

13. General Aspects of Insulation Coordination

14. A Case Study of Statistical Switching Overvoltages in a Phase-Shifting Transformer

15. Statistical Evaluation of Peak Switching Overvoltages in EHV Overhead Lines

16. Statistical Evaluation of Peak Switching Overvoltages in EHV Underground Cables

17. Statistical Analysis and Modelling of Noise in Medium Voltage Power Lines

18. Statistical Prediction of Voltage Sags

19. Statistical Analysis of Lightning Performance of Power Lines

20. Application of ANNs for Statistical Evaluation of Lightning Overvoltages on Overhead Distribution Lines

21. Use of Correlation Algorithm for Identification of Inrush and Internal Faults in Transformer

22. Insulation Coordination Procedure Based on the Switching Overvoltage Waveshape

Appendix

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