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Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Power Written as Per Revised Syllabus of Rajasthan Technical University - 2006 Course, Subject Code : 5EE5; Semester - V; Electrical Engineering 1st Edition,8184317107,9788184317107

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Publisher:Technical Publications
Published In:2009
ISBN-10:8184317107
ISBN-13:9788184317107
Binding Type:Paperback
Weight:1.79 lbs
Pages:Various Pagings, Graphs

The Title "Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Power Written as Per Revised Syllabus of Rajasthan Technical University - 2006 Course, Subject Code : 5EE5; Semester - V; Electrical Engineering 1st Edition" is written by Mayuresh V. Bakshi. This book was published in the year 2009. The ISBN number 8184317107|9788184317107 is assigned to the Paperback version of this title. The book displayed here is a 1st Edition edition. This book has total of Various Pagings (Pages). The publisher of this title is Technical Publications. We have about 794 other great books from this publisher. Transmission and Distribution of Electrical Power Written as Per Revised Syllabus of Rajasthan Technical University - 2006 Course, Subject Code : 5EE5; Semester - V; Electrical Engineering 1st Edition is currently Available with us.

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Contents

Chap. I : SUPPLY SYSTEMS :
1. Introduction
2. A Typical Transmission and Distribution Scheme :
i. Components of Distribution

3. Elements of Power System :
i. Generators
ii. Transformers
iii. Transmission Line
iv. Bus Bars
v. Circuit Breaker
vi. Isolators

4. Effect of High Voltage in Transmission System :
i. Effect of High Voltage on Volume of Copper
ii. Effect of High Voltage on Line Efficiency
iii. Effect of High Voltage on Line Drop
iv. Advantages of High Voltage Transmission
v. Disadvantages of High Voltage
vi. Practical Transmission and Distribution Voltage Levels

5. Types of Transmission :
i. Overhead System
ii. Underground System

6. Types of Transmission and Distribution Systems :
7. Comparison of Volume of Copper in Overhead System :
i. Two Wire D.C. System with One Line Earthed
ii. Two Wire D.C. System with Midpoint Earthed
iii. Three Wire D.C. System
iv. Two Wire Single Phase A.C. System with One Conductor Earthed
v. Two Wire Single Phase A.C. System with Midpoint Earthed
vi. Three Wire Single Phase A.C. System
vii. Three Wire Two Phase A.C. System
viii. Four Wire Two Phase A.C. System
ix. Three Phase Three Wire A.C. System
x. Three Phase Four Wire A.C. System

8. Comparison of Volume of Copper in Underground System :
i. Two Wire D.C. System
ii. Two Wire D.C. System with Midpoint Earthed
iii. Three Wire D.C. System
iv. Two Wire Single Phase A.C. System
v. Two Wire Single Phase A.C. System with Midpoint Earthed
vi. Three Wire Single Phase A.C. System
vii. Three Wire Two Phase A.C. System
viii. Four Wire Two Phase A.C. System
ix. Three Phase Three Wire A.C. System
x. Three Phase Four Wire A.C. System

9. Comparison of Different Transmission Systems
10. Economic Choice of Transmission Voltage
11. Requirements of A Good Distribution System
12. General D.C. Distribution System
13. Radial Distribution System :
i. Advantages of Radial System
ii. Disadvantages of Radial System

14. Ring Main Distribution System :
15. D.C. Three Wire System :
i. Current Distribution in Three Wire D.C. System

16. Types of D.C. Distributors
17. D.C. Distributor with Concentrated Loads :
i. Concentrated Loads Fed at One End
ii. Concentrated Loads Fed at Both Ends :
a. Ends at Equal Voltages
b. Ends at Unequal Voltages

18. D.C. Distributor with Distributed Load :
i. Distributor Load Fed at One End
ii. Distributed Load Fed at Both Ends :
a. Ends at Equal Voltages
b. Ends at Unequal Voltages

19. Ring Main Distributor with Interconnector
20. A.C. Distribution
21. A.C. Distribution Calculations
22. Methods of Solving A.C. Distribution Problems :
i. Power Factors Referred to Receiving End Voltage
ii. Power Factors Referred to Respective Load Voltages

23. Kelvin's Law :
i. Limitations of Kelvin's Law

24. Modified Kelvin's Law

Examples with Solutions
Review Questions

Chap. II : MECHANICAL FEATURES OF OVERHEAD LINES :
1. Introduction
2. Types of Conductors :
i. Hard Drawn Copper Conductor
ii. Steel Cored Copper Conductor (SCC)
iii. Cadmium Copper Conductor
iv. Copper Weld Conductor
v. All Aluminium Conductor (AAC)
vi. Aluminium Conductor with Steel Reinforcement
vii. All Aluminium Alloy Conductor (AAAC)
viii. ACAR Conductor
ix. Phosphor Bronze Conductor
x. Alumoweld Conductor
xi. Galvanized Steel Conductors

3. Choice of Span and Conductor Configuration
4. Number of Circuits
5. Conductor Size Selection
6. Introduction to Mechanical Features of Overhead Lines
7. Definition of Sag :
i. Important Points Related to the Sag

8. Calculation of Sag and Tension :
i. Supports at Equal Level
ii. Supports at Unequal Levels

9. Effect of Atmospheric Conditions on Transmission Line :
i. Effect of Ice Coating
ii. Effect of Wind Pressure
iii. Effect of Ice and Wind
iv. Factor of Safety

10. Calculation of Diameter for Stranded Conductor
11. Calculation of Sag for Catenary Shape of Conductor :
i. Calculation of Tension T and Conductor Half Span Length

12. Tension and Sag at Erection
13. Stringing Chart
14. Sag Template
15. Vibrations of Conductors and Damper :
i. Aeoline Vibrations
ii. Galloping of Conductors
iii. Stock-Bridge Type Vibration Damper
iv. Factors Affecting Conductor Vibrations

Examples with Solutions
Review Questions

Chap. III : PARAMETERS OF TRANSMISSION LINES :
1. Introduction
2. Transmission Line Constants
3. Factors to be Considered while Deciding Transmission Line
4. Conductor Types
5. Resistance
6. Inductance
7. Capacitance
8. Inductance of a Conductor due to the Internal Flux
9. Inductance of a Conductor due to External Flux
10. Inductance of a Single Phase Two Wire Line
11. Flux Linkages of One Conductor in a Group
12. Inductance of Composite Conductor Lines
13. An Alternative Approach for Finding the Expression for Inductive Reactance
14. Flux Linkages in Parallel Current Carrying Conductors
15. Inductance of Three Phase Lines with Equilateral and Symmetrical Spacing
16. Inductance of Transmission Line with Unsymmetrical Spacing
17. Inductance of Three Phase Line with Unsymmetrical Spacing but Transposed
18. Inductance of Three Phase Lines with more than One Circuit
19. Inductance of Three Phase Double Circuit with Symmetrical Spacing
20. Inductance of Three Phase Double Circuit with Unsymmetrical Spacing but Transposed
21. Capacitance of Transmission Line
22. Electric Field of a Long Straight Conductor
23. Potential Difference between Two Points due to a Charge
24. Capacitance of Single Phase Line
25. Capacitance of a Three Phase Line with Equilateral Spacing
26. Capacitance of a Three Phase Line with Unsymmetrical Spacing
27. Effect of Earth on Capacitance of Transmission Line
28. Bundled Conductors :
i. Stranded Conductor

29. Capacitance of Three Phase Line with more than One Circuit
30. Capacitance of Three Phase Double Circuit with Unsymmetrical Spacing but Transposed
31. Skin Effect
32. Proximity Effect
33. Inductive Interference with Neighbouring Circuits :
i. Electromagnetic Effect
ii. Electrostatic Effect
iii. Steps for Reducing Telephone Interference

34. Methods of Arrangement of Conductors :
i. Comparison of Single Circuit and Double Circuit

Examples with Solutions
Review Questions

Chap. IV : PERFORMANCE OF TRANSMISSION ONES :
1. Introduction
2. Classification of Overhead Transmission Line
3. Representation of Transmission Line
4. Terms Related to Performance of Transmission Line
5. Performance Analysis of Short Transmission Lines
6. Three Phase Short Transmission Line
7. Effect of Load P.P. on Regulation and Efficiency
8. Medium Transmission Line :
i. End Condenser Method
ii. Nominal T Method
iii. Nominal Method

9. Generalised Circuit Constants of a Transmission Line :
i. Short Transmission Line
ii. Medium Transmission Line :
a. Nominal T Method
b. Nominal Method

10. Long Transmission Lines
11. Rigorous Method of Analysis of Long Transmission Line :
i. Generalised Circuit Constants of a Long Transmission Line
ii. Evaluation of ABCD Constants

12. Surge Lmpedance :
i. Surge Impedance Loading (SIL)

13. Equivalent T and Network of Long Transmission Line
14. Power Flow through Transmission Line :
i. Power Flow through Short Transmission Line

15. Circle Diagram :
i. Procedure to Draw Receiving End Circle Diagram

16. Determination of Capacity for Synchronous Phase Modifier
17. Sending End Power Circle Diagram
18. Ferranti Effect

Examples with Solutions
Review Questions

Chap. V : CORONA :
1. Introduction
2. Basic Principle of Corona
3. Critical Disruptive Voltage
4. Critical Visual Disruptive Voltage
5. Corona Power Loss
6. Factors Affecting Corona and Corona Loss
7. Advantages of Corona
8. Disadvantages of Corona
9. Methods of Reducing Corona Effect
10. Radio Interference

Examples with Solutions
Review Questions

Chap. VI : INSULATORS :
1. Introduction
2. Properties of Insulators
3. Insulator Materials :
i. Porcelain
ii. Glass
iii. Synthetic Resin

4. Types of Insulators
5. Pin Type Insulators
6. Suspension Type Insulators :
i. Advantages of Suspension Type Insulators
ii. Comparison of Pin and Suspension Type

7. Strain Insulators
8. Shackle Insulator
9. Stay Insulators
10. Voltage Distribution Over a String of Suspension Insulators
11. String Efficiency :
i. Method of Calculating String Efficiency

12. Methods of Increasing String Efficiency :
i. Reducing Ratio of Shunt Capacitance to Self Capacitance
ii. Grading the Insulators
iii. Use of Guard Ring

13. Testing of Insulators :
i. Mechanical Tests
ii. Electrical Insulation Tests
iii. Environment and Temporary Cycle Tests
iv. Corona and Radio Interference Test
v. Other Important Tests

14. Voltage Distribution by Standard Formula

Examples with Solutions
Review Questions

Chap. VII : CABLES :
1. Introduction :
i. Comparison of Underground Cables and Overhead Lines

2. Requirements of the Cables
3. General Construction of a Cable
4. Types of Cables :
i. Belted Cables
ii. Screened Type Cables :
a. H-TypeCables
b. S.L Cables

iii. Super Tension (ST.) Cables
iv. Oil Filled Cables :
a. Advantages
b. Disadvantages

v. Gas Pressure Cables :
a. Advantages

5. Insulating Materials for Cables :
i. Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC)
ii. Paper
iii. Cross Linked Polythelene
iv. Vulcanized India Rubber (VIR)

6. Insulation Resistance of a Cable
7. Capacitance of a Single Core Cable :
i. Stress in Insulation
ii. Economical Core Diameter

8. Grading of Cables
3. Use of Intersheaths for Grading
10. Capacitance Grading :
i. Condition for Equal Maximum Stress

11. Difficulties in Grading
12. Capacitance of Three Core Cables :
i. Measurement of Cs and Cc
ii. Capacitance of Three Core Cable

13. Heating of Cables :
i. Copper Loss in Cables
ii. Dielectric Loss
iii. Sheath Loss

14. Heat Flow in a Cable :
i. Thermal Characteristics of Cable
ii. Thermal Resistance of Single Core Cable
iii. Thermal Resistance of Soil

15. Current Rating of a Cable
16. Testing of Cables :
i. Murray Loop Test
ii. Fall of Potential Test
iii. D.C. Charge and Discharge Test

Examples with Solutions
Review Questions

Preface

The importance of Transmission and Distribution is well known in various engineering fields. Overwhelming response to our books on various subjects inspired us to write this book. The book is structured to cover the key aspects of the subject Transmission and Distribution.

The book uses plain, lucid language to explain fundamentals of this subject. The book provides logical method of explaining various complicated concepts and stepwise methods to explain the important topics. Each chapter is well supported with necessary illustrations, practical examples and solved problems. All chapters in this book are arranged in a proper sequence that permits each topic to build upon earlier studies. All care has been taken to make students comfortable in understanding the basic concepts of this subject.

The book not only covers the entire scope of the subject but explains the philosophy of the subject. This makes the understanding of this subject more clear and makes it more interesting. The book will be very useful not only to the students but also to the subject teachers. The students have to omit nothing and possibly have to cover nothing more.

We wish to express our profound thanks to all those who helped in making this book a reality. Much needed moral support and encouragement is provided on numerous occasions by our whole families. We wish to thank the Publisher and the entire team of Technical Publications who have taken immense pain to get this book in time with quality printing.

Any suggestion for the improvement of the book will be acknowledged and well appreciated.

Features

- Use of clear, plain and lucid language making the understanding very easy
- Use of informative, self explanatory diagrams, plots and graphs
- Excellent theory well supported with the practical examples and illustrations
- Important concepts are highlighted using Key Points throughout the book
- Large number of Solved Examples
- Approach of the book resembles classroom teaching
- Book provides detailed insight into the subject

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