[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”
4 D/ _0 v$ L7 R8 c3 \Electrical Energy Systems.; v6 b/ r! B2 Y& @" z
Series Ed. Leo Grigsby
# x( @" n. F6 l! y, iBoca Raton: CRC Press LLC, 2000
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Table of Contents
& W( W/ E7 [3 `. {0 o# d, ?Preface1 _9 S1 g; E* H% A, w6 Y
Chapter 1 – INTRODUCTION……….1) S( {$ [  D* {& M
1.1 A Brief History of Electric Power Systems……….10 ?3 F, l5 x1 D' ?
1.2 The Structure of the Power System……….33 o; F. }" z' o5 x. ?- G
1.3 Outline of the Text……….7/ [' Q* n* z$ C) G  r/ w
Chapter 2 – BASICS OF ELECTRIC ENERGY SYSTEM THEORY……98 B1 {5 k+ s- a$ ?6 I
2.1 Introduction……….9
/ g, w+ A) \& |9 A$ q2.2 Concepts of Power in Alternating Current Systems……….9
" |! z4 J: v8 L) |2.3 Three-Phase Systems……….14
3 h% `' \: b! i; ~( Z, H2.4 The Per Unit System……….246 Q( r. m( w/ \
2.5 Electromagnetism and Electromechanical Energy6 o9 N# ]1 g0 K  P. _
Conversion……….27
+ \; g+ C$ a4 e/ `5 V5 T0 _( F2.6 Permeability and Magnetic Field Intensity……….30
6 Z8 ^" z3 U& g2.7 Flux Linkages, Induced Voltages, Inductance, and
. K' \7 }4 e' w+ l+ iEnergy……….34
% x; P$ d2 `( j0 }( w2.8 Hysteresis Loop……….36, x* j/ _9 p, s# Q* C$ t6 a7 P0 J  l
2.9 Eddy Current and Core Losses……….370 C. j( z; `5 ?& @% ?6 b1 k, J
2.10 Energy Flow Approach……….40
! ~0 r+ V# Q" D' f- r2.11 Multiply Excited Systems……….44
4 c+ F% S: f; w2.12 Doubly Excited Systems……….457 O: w: M1 q1 ^: e& }
2.13 Salient-Pole Machines……….47
! `6 W+ d3 G. y1 L7 E$ k2.14 Round or Smooth Air-Gap Machines……….49' O' h+ E$ j% @2 U6 j
2.15 Machine-Type Classification……….52
2 g9 a( X7 ?3 E& O8 h2 F2.16 P-Pole Machines……….54. G- b- Q5 f* h0 `8 X& a
2.17 Power System Representation……….582 |9 G. g$ f, L% y- D
Problems……….59* X8 o1 Y2 n! [' u
Chapter 3 – POWER GENERATION AND THE SYNCHRONOUS( z' u1 E4 J0 T5 Q8 t
MACHINE……….693 ~- K! a1 i+ U0 r
3.1 Introduction……….69  N7 [" W# ?4 [3 y* T! u7 o) q4 e) p
3.2 The Synchronous Machine: Preliminaries……….677 S. H) }8 \5 D1 q, |# @
3.3 Synchronous Machine Fields……….72" N& @! a* _5 ]: B9 F! n' u
3.4 A Simple Equivalent Circuit……….74
$ Q; b6 ~5 n. n1 H. p2 }: b  `3.5 Principal Steady-State Characteristics……….776 e# q- d9 x/ Q" q2 R* y" e, S
3.6 Power-Angle Characteristics and the Infinite Bus
# H# O! [8 ]: g  L9 v, IConcept……….798 m2 i2 [5 ^7 G2 F4 P9 o  B* {
3.7 Accounting for Saliency……….86+ u5 a: w  }- k) D1 _
3.8 Salient-Pole Machine Power Angle Characteristics……….900 @, [0 _- f8 B' Q' W8 [
Problems……….93
2 t1 Y' K8 Z! g4 u0 n) DChapter 4 – THE TRANSFORMER……….97
) Q. W/ k4 o7 j2 y5 H. ~4.1 Introduction……….97; B$ \* s# `6 s7 b( @1 g
4.2 General Theory of Transformer Operation……….97
5 I$ A9 D) [$ _% u4.3 Transformer Connections……….111
2 Z$ K+ j2 j. f7 K" VProblems……….121
/ J5 y1 g5 N. q- A. U# }4 gChapter 5 – ELECTRIC POWER TRANSMISSION……….125
, K# k) N( t# ?0 i- Z! K( `5.1 Introduction……….125
+ l) p& l7 W1 n+ _* K9 R5.2 Electric Transmission Line Parameters……….125% y+ t6 A. L8 p( M) b5 r
5.3 Line Inductance……….127
4 [! w7 N5 A! `8 j! x5.4 Line Capacitance……….145, r3 X: B) ?' U/ w5 i3 p
5.5 Two-Port Networks……….161' P- S6 ?( a1 j/ s) [
5.6 Transmission Line Models……….163# B7 T. k' o  `/ F) g
Problems……….179% U) C3 C. Z7 m7 H& A
Chapter 6 – INDUCTION AND FRACTIONAL HORSEPOWER
2 {. f  s( q( n- wMOTORS……….1854 U/ a! \5 f- \
6.1 Introduction……….185
# W+ ]: X5 d) V; h  J3 ^8 v6.2 Three-Phase Induction Motors……….185
9 ^+ c. J" z6 u% a' e  {# A5 W) ?6.3 Torque Relations……….193; l* y1 t6 u" R3 n4 z
6.4 Classification of Induction Motors……….198
" s3 T( }3 I0 Y, Q& I2 ?6.5 Rotating Magnetic Fields in Single-Phase Induction8 o3 a" r/ K  A- t# x: E0 x
Motors……….199% W; O% ~: y0 E; a: D6 ?
6.6 Equivalent Circuits for Single-Phase Induction Motors…2040 H& o2 g* p2 n* C7 j
6.7 Power and Torque Relations……….210
. e& R5 g9 Q/ L' r' i+ M6.8 Starting Single-Phase Induction Motors……….216
% v% P: h/ }: k1 n6.9 Single-Phase Induction Motor Types……….218
4 k8 d7 ]5 [1 G5 k) ^Problems……….225
3 ^5 X; ^& ~1 E+ wChapter 7 – FAULTS AND PROTECTION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY
) Z* b7 q6 @( w! d8 e% ~SYSTEMS……….231- }6 E6 v: Y1 r$ e: S% r; x: Q6 B
7.1 Introduction……….2311 y4 ~3 S& R% _: X4 [
7.2 Transients During a Balanced Fault……….232. Y6 G5 R+ E9 F1 X# q
7.3 The Method of Symmetrical Components……….235
$ T) t+ P9 [: r: ?/ b2 q) p7.4 Sequence Networks……….239
. S% }2 ^1 {0 H+ u, V5 i! M7.5 Line-to-Ground Fault……….255' |7 M! c9 \6 z" Q
7.6 Double Line-to-Ground Fault……….258
+ @7 T( l3 l; J( F5 b% d7.7 Line-to-Line Fault……….262. Y" r6 G" h3 _6 U+ j
7.8 The Balanced Three-Phase Fault……….264) u: Z0 X8 g" a& a3 y
7.9 System Protection, An Introduction……….265: a8 j6 d2 m6 N2 x" n
7.10 Protective Relays……….267+ V1 Q$ G  _7 \+ @$ |
7.11 Transformer Relay……….270- ~' x) O, t, q' @3 Q* ]
7.12 Transmission Line Protection……….2769 j+ v  ~. ]# I6 ?) p$ b* C
7.13 Impedance-Based Protection Principles……….283
4 `7 L: s+ }7 |7.14 Computer Relaying……….2913 Q7 g6 K+ m9 v& T/ t+ a# H
Problems……….293
1 s0 w, `% T' ^$ X  ~- L* R  QChapter 8 – THE ENERGY CONTROL CENTER……….299( v5 [6 f) q) i- o2 z. M3 V4 m5 m
8.1 Introduction……….299, P7 y# V% I  p4 G8 F
8.2 Overview of EMS Functions……….301
% b) O3 a3 a4 ~8 [% z9 d6 O, ]8.3 Power Flow Control……….309
7 I9 m+ o" B& M& Q* L8 ~8.4 Power Flow……….313
' t* J& L, k  I7 a# g8.5 Stability Considerations……….326! H) ^/ n! s( T# Q; G8 z% r
8.6 Power System State Estimation……….334* {( l" |. Q  q- G7 A, N( P
8.7 Power System Security……….338
! L4 v# d) W  m4 e8.8 Contingency Analysis……….343
! t0 m+ B+ g. m& C8.9 Optimal Preventive and Corrective Actions……….346! J; F) n$ k0 Q  u
8.10 Dynamic Security Analysis……….355
7 x: h( [2 f3 t4 IReferences……….361
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