[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”1 D" V: K, a, s! [7 |6 @
Electrical Energy Systems.2 J; }: G' k8 H" n
Series Ed. Leo Grigsby! a, }% n; w$ H; T( z4 V, Y
Boca Raton: CRC Press LLC, 2000
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2 E  V5 Q" i4 XTable of Contents7 H9 q/ E! Y& f: j
Preface0 E, t% y/ R; N
Chapter 1 – INTRODUCTION……….1: r8 M. ]! n# W( k, J: W
1.1 A Brief History of Electric Power Systems……….1
# l6 f5 h# ?/ R: W& K% W1.2 The Structure of the Power System……….34 |" B9 V0 T. h$ B" {9 N3 e& T
1.3 Outline of the Text……….79 o& b6 ?& ]& w6 r
Chapter 2 – BASICS OF ELECTRIC ENERGY SYSTEM THEORY……9
8 [, r, |9 h/ l) u) `; ^2.1 Introduction……….9+ t# l- e, S5 O0 s/ _  [
2.2 Concepts of Power in Alternating Current Systems……….9
1 U! g' @" q/ E6 }0 `2.3 Three-Phase Systems……….14! @( C' S  o# L0 [0 i% n8 [! S
2.4 The Per Unit System……….24
: h$ H7 G& u  m7 d9 J2.5 Electromagnetism and Electromechanical Energy" ~, ]1 p& G1 r- G3 s$ L
Conversion……….27
, ~  r% r4 S# `2 Y! x. h0 \3 n2.6 Permeability and Magnetic Field Intensity……….305 w9 `) U7 B+ G" o; L
2.7 Flux Linkages, Induced Voltages, Inductance, and5 E6 h/ P/ N8 b
Energy……….34, S# q  D4 ?, A+ }5 H1 t2 M
2.8 Hysteresis Loop……….36: T- T3 B/ e, C9 [( I% N0 p
2.9 Eddy Current and Core Losses……….37
/ c4 J3 z; v( @) x" e2.10 Energy Flow Approach……….40" c* U( i5 {+ [6 Q$ K8 C( a2 W1 h. _
2.11 Multiply Excited Systems……….44
. L; z9 b0 ]4 J# _( [7 j2.12 Doubly Excited Systems……….45& s8 r' a4 H# S0 m3 Z$ j6 s, [
2.13 Salient-Pole Machines……….47( |: l* B/ [% S' o9 S, K
2.14 Round or Smooth Air-Gap Machines……….49' W0 G# Y: H$ ?& F
2.15 Machine-Type Classification……….52- K, U, }) |( E
2.16 P-Pole Machines……….54
7 E% S4 t" r9 g2 u7 Q2.17 Power System Representation……….58
" q; O! Z. Z( \% @2 P" q; I9 J) ?Problems……….595 s* L0 V- t6 x, b
Chapter 3 – POWER GENERATION AND THE SYNCHRONOUS3 O4 U: d8 o2 ]- ]) f1 g/ ?
MACHINE……….69" ?  I3 v3 v: I8 n) D. ^% }
3.1 Introduction……….69
( F4 E. n+ B* r2 ]# I$ a3.2 The Synchronous Machine: Preliminaries……….67
, D' n( v$ s  K, [/ {3.3 Synchronous Machine Fields……….72, Q8 H3 k- J+ v7 W
3.4 A Simple Equivalent Circuit……….742 R! p/ z7 T4 m6 f  Q" W
3.5 Principal Steady-State Characteristics……….77$ n0 w* ]* _1 G+ {, l
3.6 Power-Angle Characteristics and the Infinite Bus' l5 D( H! N! r
Concept……….79, b( A: D! r' r( \' O
3.7 Accounting for Saliency……….86
  F& {2 v, [) }7 {5 ^: M# l3.8 Salient-Pole Machine Power Angle Characteristics……….90
- z5 L4 \. @3 p( XProblems……….93
" i$ E0 b* p$ z* v" ?9 TChapter 4 – THE TRANSFORMER……….97
0 c& P) k4 q1 E" V; Y4.1 Introduction……….97
1 n' H& p+ I+ G. B3 u3 g# E. Q5 {4.2 General Theory of Transformer Operation……….97
+ s1 h* l6 @! R' L9 Q4.3 Transformer Connections……….111
" [2 E, b! L/ y- n2 k3 L3 X; [Problems……….121
% `7 B, y5 u# t" zChapter 5 – ELECTRIC POWER TRANSMISSION……….125
$ G) [2 M" W! b/ ]1 d% @4 F5.1 Introduction……….125. \8 G9 z$ ?7 |
5.2 Electric Transmission Line Parameters……….125$ X1 U/ |. r' t% `
5.3 Line Inductance……….127
& Z$ V  ?: \7 `. j$ S: q  ]5.4 Line Capacitance……….145
5 i% ?2 p) U, o/ V5.5 Two-Port Networks……….1612 k' m* S; \8 P1 f
5.6 Transmission Line Models……….163/ h  a: \9 z+ _9 J: V: ]( {0 E+ h7 u
Problems……….179- ?5 p  i" s# k1 N$ R4 H
Chapter 6 – INDUCTION AND FRACTIONAL HORSEPOWER
8 V; x! W8 P, K1 D6 ?+ mMOTORS……….1856 ^; P4 G5 C, b( }2 W1 u
6.1 Introduction……….1850 m* T4 |$ H; B* d; z
6.2 Three-Phase Induction Motors……….1850 U7 E. f) I% G0 a- @
6.3 Torque Relations……….193
; @% [! A! ~2 ~4 j6 K/ b6.4 Classification of Induction Motors……….198
8 N8 [4 c% O/ U( D! y$ S6.5 Rotating Magnetic Fields in Single-Phase Induction: S! ^1 ~9 i, K+ r, L: y' t4 W( q
Motors……….199( H  P8 h( U# T  [
6.6 Equivalent Circuits for Single-Phase Induction Motors…204" x9 P! n; _3 |! x2 f$ g, j8 Q6 q
6.7 Power and Torque Relations……….2108 N, w6 r- O1 ?- M- l9 E  G
6.8 Starting Single-Phase Induction Motors……….216; d! _/ h: H. I( H$ s
6.9 Single-Phase Induction Motor Types……….2184 l2 x- q7 H1 i& }" d3 M
Problems……….225
' S  h9 p) q/ o& g6 GChapter 7 – FAULTS AND PROTECTION OF ELECTRIC ENERGY
! A; b; L6 ]1 d5 dSYSTEMS……….231
; C- V% q1 s4 f7.1 Introduction……….231
) }9 j, a3 r7 ?% O7.2 Transients During a Balanced Fault……….232
7 @+ ]. ~* P# s! u; n7.3 The Method of Symmetrical Components……….235
  e' M$ T$ X& k0 y# m# Q9 O$ `# }7.4 Sequence Networks……….2391 ?0 w/ O$ e3 z7 y* y* H" j3 G; G7 z" ]
7.5 Line-to-Ground Fault……….255
* D- B, W5 k' V6 n3 ~$ y7.6 Double Line-to-Ground Fault……….258' s% u3 a6 q6 _& i+ ?
7.7 Line-to-Line Fault……….262
8 J! N0 ]7 v1 X* D( \. {  o7.8 The Balanced Three-Phase Fault……….264
* K8 s( x+ M: A. P, Q7 A. r; {7.9 System Protection, An Introduction……….265! m% _1 m. o5 r/ ^5 L  e- l
7.10 Protective Relays……….267) H1 T+ |# V. _: Q5 a# L
7.11 Transformer Relay……….270
; n: ?: s7 W7 l7.12 Transmission Line Protection……….2769 f: [7 L* m% G
7.13 Impedance-Based Protection Principles……….283
* L3 C! }# I# Z7.14 Computer Relaying……….291* R# X& X. c' N  A. F6 l
Problems……….293/ w9 O! u* r. _" o
Chapter 8 – THE ENERGY CONTROL CENTER……….299- z; N0 ^/ r0 K* K
8.1 Introduction……….299
4 r, B1 L0 T/ i8.2 Overview of EMS Functions……….301
, q2 h) _0 N* i3 X$ x9 K8.3 Power Flow Control……….309
5 z1 q& W/ d/ I) S- ]' i8.4 Power Flow……….313, D  s( n# c" y, @* B, X
8.5 Stability Considerations……….326/ \+ e- P/ `; T, |7 Q! J8 F7 `
8.6 Power System State Estimation……….334
( c3 U* z: g* {7 u9 {+ g& r! N9 z- w8.7 Power System Security……….3386 w; T  o# {5 J& V2 P/ k
8.8 Contingency Analysis……….343
( R. h% A: q9 ^; k, r8.9 Optimal Preventive and Corrective Actions……….346
- q0 K6 n8 m3 ~7 N/ r6 B4 l9 P& c1 q- y8.10 Dynamic Security Analysis……….355
3 t( ^) a7 J: {* w: l' RReferences……….361
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