Electric Power Distribution Reliability

Electric Power Distribution Reliability

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Balancing theory, practical knowledge, and real-world applications, this reference consolidates all pertinent topics related to power distribution reliability into one comprehensive volume. Exploring pressing issues in creating and analyzing reliability models, the author highlights the most effective techniques to achieve maximum performance at lowest cost. With over 300 tables, figures, and equations, the book discusses service interruptions caused by equipment malfunction, animals, trees, severe weather, natural disasters, and human error and evaluates strategies to improve reliability and quantifies their impact by incorporating them into component and system models.This criterion can be tested by simulating a fault just downstream of each switch and determining whether all customers ... Users should also be aware that the dependability of automated switches may be lower than that of manual switches, accounted for ... This section quantifies the differences between the two methods by applying predictive reliability assessment techniques to a test feeder. ... Test cases include no automation, full automation, and five scenarios of partial automation.

Title:Electric Power Distribution Reliability
Author: Richard E. Brown
Publisher:CRC Press - 2002-03-06

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