[英文原版]《 Electrical Energy Systems 》[PDF格式]

[英文原版]《 Electrical Energy Systems 》[PDF格式]

El-Hawary, M.E. “Frontmatter”
. p$ _& r) T; _0 Q' g3 J0 IElectrical Energy Systems.
) U6 r: i3 T9 C5 F  G7 _7 w- N" o7 ISeries Ed. Leo Grigsby
2 `5 ^) S9 e6 yBoca Raton: CRC Press LLC, 20006 X: `. `: r% w  r

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Table of Contents
; F: d. G+ v6 x) l$ ?Preface- J4 u1 H! u; O, C6 L* t' q
Chapter 1 – INTRODUCTION……….1% M. ]' v6 S4 I9 {/ v
1.1 A Brief History of Electric Power Systems……….1$ G& ?8 G5 ]0 `; k. P5 U- K
1.2 The Structure of the Power System……….3# s* G  d+ L. `$ w2 k
1.3 Outline of the Text……….7
* r8 X% V/ n' @! r% hChapter 2 – BASICS OF ELECTRIC ENERGY SYSTEM THEORY……91 O* I$ ]# j! _3 U4 X% s+ S: F" U( {2 P  I
2.1 Introduction……….9/ y; _6 y- Y- R* t! g0 I1 q
2.2 Concepts of Power in Alternating Current Systems……….9
  k9 A0 b5 F' j$ y. f. t4 @2.3 Three-Phase Systems……….148 i; E, R. f7 T" E
2.4 The Per Unit System……….24
4 O$ o) M: t7 |% [, l% X2.5 Electromagnetism and Electromechanical Energy
& W) p8 O4 I! K; ^Conversion……….27
& S6 R9 h) t+ G- g2.6 Permeability and Magnetic Field Intensity……….30! O! R6 y* H6 A: g$ Z4 u+ h
2.7 Flux Linkages, Induced Voltages, Inductance, and
! l( l* \" G1 vEnergy……….34
; _+ L- K0 H' u$ G& |2.8 Hysteresis Loop……….36
* N: ]- R' L; P4 |/ h9 `+ I0 V2.9 Eddy Current and Core Losses……….37% S* V# r0 P% {, U. B/ J
2.10 Energy Flow Approach……….40' I; H7 W7 x8 L3 _/ g8 I- A
2.11 Multiply Excited Systems……….44
1 [/ e2 ^6 y+ J: A2.12 Doubly Excited Systems……….45* L5 F+ u7 m! P2 y1 }
2.13 Salient-Pole Machines……….473 R3 `7 Z& ?7 t2 S3 Y' D' d
2.14 Round or Smooth Air-Gap Machines……….49
" F; \4 o7 J& x4 n9 i$ x; P2.15 Machine-Type Classification……….52+ l% L  r7 E( J2 K1 D
2.16 P-Pole Machines……….54) E0 f9 d9 F  w" A3 J
2.17 Power System Representation……….58
% d/ c: c0 D& A5 f7 _9 ZProblems……….59
2 S6 [3 M& U, {4 R5 [5 l- FChapter 3 – POWER GENERATION AND THE SYNCHRONOUS
9 p, s0 w4 B1 [, z  k: a3 S: WMACHINE……….69' [5 {& u' N: R
3.1 Introduction……….69* i7 x5 D+ V" F4 V$ ]0 n$ L4 q1 D
3.2 The Synchronous Machine: Preliminaries……….67( a4 l( `* d9 N$ M9 C) p$ I  J
3.3 Synchronous Machine Fields……….72
1 o3 q: d. x# }7 \* s5 Y4 O3.4 A Simple Equivalent Circuit……….745 y1 ^! Y6 ?) M1 v; g
3.5 Principal Steady-State Characteristics……….77
. k# r: n  m; K2 x' e3.6 Power-Angle Characteristics and the Infinite Bus
8 ]! D% Q: `: ^+ e5 k) [7 oConcept……….79
- e4 f) G, ~( A; t' H3 q6 Z3.7 Accounting for Saliency……….86
; x2 r) A, k% s# \5 @3.8 Salient-Pole Machine Power Angle Characteristics……….90
, O. M* \) B9 L" V: H* WProblems……….930 P7 R! z$ U" g4 `0 T8 P3 S' K; X3 d
Chapter 4 – THE TRANSFORMER……….97
' o4 o1 b8 ~6 E4.1 Introduction……….972 o6 h9 W; q2 r$ |
4.2 General Theory of Transformer Operation……….97% Q+ A( V6 w$ ~# q, j
4.3 Transformer Connections……….111
( k" @- a0 G# l. E  qProblems……….121' F: M: g7 n) H. @' M7 W
Chapter 5 – ELECTRIC POWER TRANSMISSION……….1258 w# i' ^8 M. e& f
5.1 Introduction……….125
$ L# y) o4 F7 ~5 v" r5.2 Electric Transmission Line Parameters……….125* J1 H4 x9 v" F8 h6 P, d% Y
5.3 Line Inductance……….127% n# p/ c  F  r/ \+ |4 f
5.4 Line Capacitance……….1457 M) B% C1 u" d
5.5 Two-Port Networks……….161+ F& ?# G# b+ L; R& K
5.6 Transmission Line Models……….163
& R; G2 [, T, t7 A  d: t. [- A8 W0 BProblems……….1797 }) v0 T0 ?6 z2 _; C' Z
Chapter 6 – INDUCTION AND FRACTIONAL HORSEPOWER
% }6 y3 P6 P3 u5 R  ^MOTORS……….185
7 c2 q4 Y# T* A  p0 ?( X$ ]6.1 Introduction……….185
: K: ^! d2 p) |, G4 Z! K' t6.2 Three-Phase Induction Motors……….185
' ]- M; X# I! O0 T6.3 Torque Relations……….1939 C, t! D4 l" n" q
6.4 Classification of Induction Motors……….198
5 ?9 j  D; C6 y( }# j8 k# v" P8 U6.5 Rotating Magnetic Fields in Single-Phase Induction
' A; o1 l8 R2 o/ D2 U; FMotors……….199
9 P1 e; |8 r( S+ ]6.6 Equivalent Circuits for Single-Phase Induction Motors…204
/ U& M2 X/ j7 O4 i; @6.7 Power and Torque Relations……….2103 Z- D$ T$ r& h, N& d1 i3 R, l
6.8 Starting Single-Phase Induction Motors……….216
+ `0 U* v1 P( _3 s( e9 z6.9 Single-Phase Induction Motor Types……….218- [6 ?! [2 D; y' H* w) F! u
Problems……….225( H! \3 o: @2 h1 m* X! ^. ]# s
Chapter 7 – FAULTS AND PROTECTION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY8 a0 u& c/ w4 Y: r: r, h; H9 s4 R* J
SYSTEMS……….231* f. z2 V6 U0 M' ~8 `
7.1 Introduction……….2317 U9 Y' J' i+ n
7.2 Transients During a Balanced Fault……….232
3 z  P1 l  p7 l: ]3 ]5 M3 K7.3 The Method of Symmetrical Components……….235- _5 I6 o+ v( A# S$ D& s& m
7.4 Sequence Networks……….239
8 Y: N# u, B9 n7.5 Line-to-Ground Fault……….255
/ j9 ^/ D2 |& I7 x2 Q7.6 Double Line-to-Ground Fault……….258, u- k- h; Z3 C4 N& a! q, x" e
7.7 Line-to-Line Fault……….262! D  g  {# ~$ O/ S. q( _% l
7.8 The Balanced Three-Phase Fault……….2643 @, V6 ]; B) N" ?, d
7.9 System Protection, An Introduction……….265
: h, [. m$ x8 I0 j; \7 d$ [- m7.10 Protective Relays……….267
1 H- ^3 z# H) X; V7.11 Transformer Relay……….270
( r* k3 t; G2 i3 F7.12 Transmission Line Protection……….276
  e5 y0 z4 H- ]  o; X7.13 Impedance-Based Protection Principles……….283
% g5 @) R) S0 i. |# S9 W, _% a, g7.14 Computer Relaying……….291
& Q: ]' S, q8 d7 k; ]Problems……….293! D3 `2 m$ @+ T3 N+ k9 \7 z, c; v
Chapter 8 – THE ENERGY CONTROL CENTER……….2993 N' C  u; j0 e. O8 ]
8.1 Introduction……….299
% y; h: K$ ?' V9 S8.2 Overview of EMS Functions……….301
, Y  e8 `+ T: h8.3 Power Flow Control……….309+ f8 ?! q  \. V& b- l% O$ G/ U
8.4 Power Flow……….313# L# z8 {) K* q( H: c, r) j! S+ k% \
8.5 Stability Considerations……….326
0 w0 n! w  T1 R8.6 Power System State Estimation……….3349 f0 N% o  \* l# G, S. }4 {* [
8.7 Power System Security……….338
. W0 ~+ ^- s/ P: `  @  f6 ^8.8 Contingency Analysis……….343
3 \- `, }# ~7 Q+ e* Q" ]8.9 Optimal Preventive and Corrective Actions……….346. t$ Y9 w8 o) A/ I& b  f
8.10 Dynamic Security Analysis……….355- i2 o/ o. [6 F2 m5 i8 |5 z
References……….361
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