Combining select chapters from Grigsby's standard-setting The Electric Power Engineering Handbook with several chapters not found in the original work, Electric Power Transformer Engineering became widely popular for its comprehensive, tutorial-style treatment of the theory, design, analysis, operation, and protection of power transformers. For its second edition, this popular progeny rejoins the handbook as one in a set of five carefully focused volumes. In addition to updates in nearly every chapter, this highly regarded reference brings to the Handbook its original contributions, discussing phase-shifting, rectifier, and constant-voltage transformers as well as power transformer protection and transient-voltage response. It also includes two new sections in the chapter on reactors, covering installation considerations for dry-type air-core reactors as well as line traps and power line carrier communication-, data-, and protective-relaying systems. Major updates appear in the highly active areas of dry-type transformers, instrument transformers, reactors, and load-tap changers. This book offers convenient access to everything from basic theory and concepts to detailed analysis of the individual components of a transformer. Reflecting standards, technologies, and new developments around the world, Electric Power Transformer Engineering, Second Edition provides a thorough and up-to-date guide for power engineers at all levels of expertise. Other volumes in the set include: Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution Electric Power Substations Engineering, Second Edition Power Systems Power System Stability and Control12-1 12.2 Types of Bushings. ... High-Current Bushings within Isolated-Phase Bus Ducts 12.7 Accessories Commonly Used with Bushings. ... of enclosures, i.e., barriers, of an electrical apparatus such as transformers, circuit breakers, shunt reactors, and power capacitors. ... Since electrical power is the product of voltage and current, insulation in a bushing must be capable of withstanding the voltage atanbsp;...
|Title||:||Electric Power Transformer Engineering, Second Edition|
|Author||:||James H. Harlow|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2007-05-30|