[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”
0 d' a& I) q6 Q' Z7 I5 h7 N) M% iElectrical Energy Systems.
5 p" K( @, t5 A: e" ?Series Ed. Leo Grigsby$ {) ?$ c; W, j- g0 C
Boca Raton: CRC Press LLC, 20000 p; F5 R1 `4 \( b% a- q

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Table of Contents! D* M7 Z, m, L* b
Preface& P/ ~; ~1 F3 P: A0 F
Chapter 1 – INTRODUCTION……….18 M2 Q2 O; y0 W7 b+ U% D
1.1 A Brief History of Electric Power Systems……….12 B: f6 ?$ g& m& g' M! N# X! E
1.2 The Structure of the Power System……….3
, r# A0 {* d3 p" J. W+ S1.3 Outline of the Text……….7
% [* M$ P$ e! M! J) R5 FChapter 2 – BASICS OF ELECTRIC ENERGY SYSTEM THEORY……9% `" a! s0 @' ?
2.1 Introduction……….9
4 E1 l' w! H: A" i9 f$ N2.2 Concepts of Power in Alternating Current Systems……….9/ ^4 e) h3 {# h+ j1 `0 F8 _
2.3 Three-Phase Systems……….148 L2 h; X- j: J' O1 x4 o
2.4 The Per Unit System……….248 W( B' x0 h6 U% f- x* L0 d
2.5 Electromagnetism and Electromechanical Energy  z8 Q+ ^7 @! M, q9 M
Conversion……….27
5 S! g+ u2 S, w6 C- a2.6 Permeability and Magnetic Field Intensity……….300 _  j# p, ^! a! f+ V
2.7 Flux Linkages, Induced Voltages, Inductance, and3 D) T( g0 k4 F) I8 E. ~6 E
Energy……….34
, ^0 B! }# m- I! A, Q+ G2.8 Hysteresis Loop……….36
1 [/ j$ B/ ?* g3 ~( s7 L' L8 W! b* x2.9 Eddy Current and Core Losses……….377 j: Y& F6 }6 S1 U8 V+ \  W. `
2.10 Energy Flow Approach……….400 O6 i  I0 c, t; s/ }
2.11 Multiply Excited Systems……….44) G! M2 c1 f  w, H/ T& @8 {2 d) D
2.12 Doubly Excited Systems……….45& @1 P9 y) d' [. x2 \0 {
2.13 Salient-Pole Machines……….47
" w+ r6 o- w2 W. m. P; x2.14 Round or Smooth Air-Gap Machines……….490 |) O/ Y+ p( f' b0 h( q0 _, X) n6 q2 C
2.15 Machine-Type Classification……….52# ?! M5 \. W7 V1 D+ ^3 W
2.16 P-Pole Machines……….54
/ H; k: |  E' \8 D% \2.17 Power System Representation……….58  O5 F# `% f3 K2 L2 {4 R* L
Problems……….596 q9 {6 i. M0 C' b
Chapter 3 – POWER GENERATION AND THE SYNCHRONOUS
5 Q7 {8 }, ]  W9 q, qMACHINE……….69  G+ \% c) z" l; ^' s
3.1 Introduction……….69
) d: {" W  D! J8 M" _, w3.2 The Synchronous Machine: Preliminaries……….67) h  p  W* Q$ P9 K  {/ a
3.3 Synchronous Machine Fields……….72
9 X0 _1 i; b; n1 A  p1 W3.4 A Simple Equivalent Circuit……….74
8 t8 v; q' h6 [6 V& a  @8 r( O3.5 Principal Steady-State Characteristics……….77* `* T" N4 o! m/ o2 w$ O# @
3.6 Power-Angle Characteristics and the Infinite Bus4 e5 z' L, F4 w+ N1 U
Concept……….79" {$ z: C3 o* P: H4 Q. ^) v! u
3.7 Accounting for Saliency……….86' q- D* ]4 k4 {" m& p
3.8 Salient-Pole Machine Power Angle Characteristics……….90
7 e' U( G- o. |0 X/ qProblems……….93
- Z, l5 v. \1 t* v  M8 D( BChapter 4 – THE TRANSFORMER……….973 H0 }. f: x* V( Z3 y
4.1 Introduction……….97* \% m, t+ S! z6 r' k/ h7 g
4.2 General Theory of Transformer Operation……….97
& }. S- k6 p$ I( g; @- |$ G- A& p4.3 Transformer Connections……….111: s/ Y, i! [; {8 u
Problems……….1215 u" L( e3 \: P  N# m# Z, \
Chapter 5 – ELECTRIC POWER TRANSMISSION……….125
- P- ]3 G8 }5 U8 I, h5.1 Introduction……….125+ J" D; V; _# |' \  [+ {. R
5.2 Electric Transmission Line Parameters……….125
: A9 v; j+ k6 L: O- S) b. w; h  J5.3 Line Inductance……….127
4 u4 n1 E7 {+ K' {% f6 U. `5.4 Line Capacitance……….145/ ~5 L5 i7 y9 P1 @  ~9 A9 `9 A: P6 l3 X
5.5 Two-Port Networks……….161
: }$ j) X0 U9 c# u5.6 Transmission Line Models……….163/ d! B0 ~# W$ A
Problems……….1796 v4 B$ p) }/ ?/ B  [( z* G1 h
Chapter 6 – INDUCTION AND FRACTIONAL HORSEPOWER
; N: D: _7 g' _: YMOTORS……….1852 n$ K0 w5 U0 Q5 f8 x( L
6.1 Introduction……….1854 x9 k+ n. x: v+ y8 Q1 f
6.2 Three-Phase Induction Motors……….185
$ N) m5 D' V6 {4 @2 o) t8 t6.3 Torque Relations……….193+ K) V0 `8 b4 |
6.4 Classification of Induction Motors……….198
3 P! r% k/ m7 t2 E0 U5 P' Y6.5 Rotating Magnetic Fields in Single-Phase Induction" U9 c5 I$ H+ k4 d& _# ^
Motors……….199
  G* y. S6 J& v$ B6.6 Equivalent Circuits for Single-Phase Induction Motors…2047 w# m& U4 N: B( |
6.7 Power and Torque Relations……….210
3 j0 n, d. `0 w% B0 q6.8 Starting Single-Phase Induction Motors……….216- j: z( g$ C4 ^; W' A5 I: y! E2 H, I  l
6.9 Single-Phase Induction Motor Types……….2188 N$ N( d  b' W: g& s
Problems……….225
- P+ }) A4 m1 ?$ ?6 DChapter 7 – FAULTS AND PROTECTION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY4 r) R5 u& o8 M6 \+ p
SYSTEMS……….2313 u. V. ]! c$ |& n' i/ v
7.1 Introduction……….2318 ~% ~' [$ B0 Y
7.2 Transients During a Balanced Fault……….232
5 @( l( u# v$ F$ E! P6 ^% n7.3 The Method of Symmetrical Components……….235
0 Z; Q+ e2 x: ^. n4 \; z* @7.4 Sequence Networks……….239
: O7 m" ]. l. E( m7.5 Line-to-Ground Fault……….255. V3 @5 P6 v' B0 e, o
7.6 Double Line-to-Ground Fault……….258( p* D& Q) G  N, F* v& M' k+ h! s! o
7.7 Line-to-Line Fault……….262  Q8 G: c$ r7 D$ B7 n
7.8 The Balanced Three-Phase Fault……….264
& G5 w; y3 E8 c+ O7.9 System Protection, An Introduction……….265" G9 E- E% [5 ?2 Z# }
7.10 Protective Relays……….267
; ?2 I2 G/ @' {2 Z2 |( x7.11 Transformer Relay……….270
+ O" y) i6 v: r; x7.12 Transmission Line Protection……….276) v" G* I6 l1 \5 W
7.13 Impedance-Based Protection Principles……….283) i% M( A. A0 K# D7 J! U
7.14 Computer Relaying……….291
  m" K# I6 k$ \! A4 r: i; UProblems……….293
: j. F/ r1 [; S" i* ^" eChapter 8 – THE ENERGY CONTROL CENTER……….299
) S4 j7 N# E6 g( z/ [; a8.1 Introduction……….299
0 A/ C) X: q! i7 V8.2 Overview of EMS Functions……….301
0 g# K; L; W$ ~/ f4 B! p8.3 Power Flow Control……….309
. l' N  P  N( `4 T: d* ~" P8.4 Power Flow……….313
. P3 e: E7 V8 H2 t) |( X8.5 Stability Considerations……….326
/ `8 d, ]6 p( I  P5 ?9 _8.6 Power System State Estimation……….3340 r. f( A2 v$ G; I0 L4 W
8.7 Power System Security……….338; F4 M, Q3 m! t9 \! t) }; Z0 i- U
8.8 Contingency Analysis……….343
) R) |  P2 b9 t7 y3 r, u6 e  J8 H8.9 Optimal Preventive and Corrective Actions……….346
8 p9 s. _! f3 |8 [8.10 Dynamic Security Analysis……….355
8 m( E# r% g: Y# Z- iReferences……….361
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