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الموضوع: Electrical Distribution Engineering 3rd Edition

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    Junior Engineer الصورة الرمزية محمود خبش
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    Electrical Distribution Engineering 3rd Edition

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    Preface ........................................ ........................................ ................................xi
    History and Development ........................................ ...................................xiii
    PART ONE THE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ........................................ . 1
    1 The Distribution System: De******ion ........................................ 3
    2 Distribution System Considerations ........................................ ... 9
    Desired Features ........................................ ........................................ .. 9
    Types of Electric Systems ........................................ .......................... 10
    Types of Delivery Systems ........................................ ........................ 21
    Overhead versus Underground ........................................ ................. 32
    PART TWO PLANNING AND DESIGN ........................................ .... 35
    3 Load Characteristics ........................................ .............................. 37
    Connected Loads ........................................ ........................................ 37
    Consumer Factors ........................................ ...................................... 43
    Consumer Classification ........................................ ............................ 46
    Fluctuation in Demand ........................................ ............................. 47
    Future Requirements ........................................ ................................. 48
    Voltage Requirements ........................................ ................................ 49
    Service Reliability ........................................ ...................................... 50
    4 Electrical Design ........................................ .................................... 53
    Services ........................................ ........................................ ............... 53
    The Secondary System ........................................ ............................... 54
    The Primary System ........................................ .................................. 63
    Voltage Regulators ........................................ ..................................... 73
    Taps ........................................ ........................................ .................... 76
    Boosters ........................................ ........................................ .............. 76
    Capacitors ........................................ ........................................ ........... 77
    Reactors ........................................ ........................................ .............. 80
    Transformers ........................................ ........................................ ...... 81
    Substations ........................................ ........................................ ......... 94
    Protective Devices ........................................ .................................... 100
    Fault-Current Calculation ........................................ ....................... 119
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    Street Lighting ........................................ ........................................ . 129
    Practical Basis of Design ........................................ ......................... 133
    5 Mechanical Design: Overhead ........................................ .......... 145
    Criteria ........................................ ........................................ ............. 145
    Poles ........................................ ........................................ ................. 146
    Cross Arms ........................................ ........................................ ...... 157
    Pins ........................................ ........................................ .................. 163
    Secondary Racks ........................................ ...................................... 166
    Insulators ........................................ ........................................ ......... 167
    Guys and Anchors ........................................ ................................... 170
    Conductors ........................................ ........................................ ....... 178
    Grades of Construction ........................................ ........................... 184
    Clearances ........................................ ........................................ ........ 185
    Joint Construction ........................................ ................................... 188
    Practical Design Methods ........................................ ....................... 190
    Appendix 5 A Practical Method of Calculating
    Pole and Guy Sizes ........................................ .... 203
    Introduction ........................................ ................... 203
    Pole Class Requirements ....................................... 204
    Guying Requirements ........................................ ... 213
    Appendix 5B Examples ........................................ ...................... 221
    Appendix 5C Concrete and ****l Poles ................................. 224
    Introduction ........................................ ................... 224
    Construction ........................................ .................. 225
    Installation ........................................ ..................... 226
    Design ........................................ ............................ 226
    6 Mechanical Design: Underground ........................................ ... 229
    High-Density Loads: City and Downtown Areas .......................... 229
    Practical Manhole Design Procedure ........................................ ..... 242
    Design Loading ........................................ ........................................ 242
    Design Stress Bases ........................................ ................................. 245
    Wall Design ........................................ ........................................ ..... 246
    Roof Design ........................................ ........................................ ...... 250
    Floor Design ........................................ ........................................ .... 252
    Reinforcing Specifications ........................................ ....................... 253
    Gratings ........................................ ........................................ ........... 253
    Construction Practices ........................................ ............................ 254
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    Reinforced Concrete Design ........................................ .................... 255
    Sample Design Problem ........................................ .......................... 259
    Underground Residential Distribution (URD) .............................. 268
    Design of Direct-buried Electrical Distribution Systems .............. 275
    Appendix 6A Technical Reference Data .................................. 285
    Use of Load-Estimating Curves for
    Residential Loads Including Space Heating ......... 285
    Use of the URD-Loop Primary
    Conductor Size-Selector Chart ............................. 288
    7 Distribution Substations ........................................ .................... 291
    Site Selection ........................................ ........................................ .... 291
    General Design Features ........................................ ......................... 292
    Substation Construction ........................................ .......................... 297
    One-Line Diagrams of Connections ........................................ ....... 299
    8 Metering ........................................ ........................................ ......... 301
    Scope ........................................ ........................................ ................. 301
    Operation-Monitoring Meters ........................................ ................ 301
    Revenue Metering ........................................ ................................... 303
    Wiring Diagrams ........................................ ..................................... 307
    Electronic Metering ........................................ ................................. 307
    Transducers ........................................ ........................................ ...... 309
    PART THREE MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT ............................. 311
    9 Conductors ........................................ ........................................ ..... 313
    Introduction ........................................ ........................................ ..... 313
    Materials ........................................ ........................................ .......... 313
    Cables ........................................ ........................................ ............... 321
    Secondary Mains ........................................ ..................................... 322
    Service Conductors ........................................ .................................. 323
    Connections ........................................ ........................................ ...... 323
    Overhead-to-underground Connection ........................................ ... 326
    Ties ........................................ ........................................ ................... 326
    Electrical Characteristics ........................................ ......................... 328
    10 Poles, Cross Arms, Pins, Racks, and Insulators .................... 331
    Wood Poles ........................................ ........................................ ....... 331
    Concrete and ****l Poles ........................................ ........................ 337
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    Concrete Poles ........................................ ........................................ .. 337
    ****l Poles ........................................ ........................................ ...... 338
    Cross Arms ........................................ ........................................ ...... 339
    Pins ........................................ ........................................ .................. 340
    Racks ........................................ ........................................ ................ 342
    Insulators ........................................ ........................................ ......... 343
    Test Voltages ........................................ ........................................ .... 358
    Appendix 10A Concrete Distribution Poles:
    Representative Specifications ...................... 359
    Scope ........................................ ......................... 359
    Shape ........................................ ......................... 359
    Dimensions and Strength ................................ 360
    Colors and Finishes ........................................ .. 360
    Materials ........................................ ................... 363
    General Requirements ...................................... 364
    Manufacture ........................................ ............. 369
    11 Transformers, Cutouts, and Surge Arresters .......................... 373
    Transformers ........................................ ........................................ .... 373
    Distribution Transformers ........................................ ....................... 375
    Fuse Cutouts ........................................ ........................................ .... 382
    Surge Arresters ........................................ ........................................ 386
    12 Regulators, Capacitors, Switches, and Reclosers .................. 389
    Voltage Regulators ........................................ ................................... 389
    Capacitors ........................................ ........................................ ......... 392
    Switches ........................................ ........................................ ........... 395
    Circuit Breakers ........................................ ....................................... 396
    Reclosers ........................................ ........................................ ........... 398
    13 Distribution Substation Equipment ........................................ 399
    Equipment ........................................ ........................................ ........ 399
    Transformers ........................................ ........................................ .... 399
    Circuit Breakers and Protective Relaying ....................................... 403
    Fuses ........................................ ........................................ ................. 404
    Disconnect and Air-Break Switches ........................................ ....... 405
    Surge or Lightning Arresters ........................................ .................. 406
    Voltage Regulators ........................................ ................................... 407
    Storage Batteries ........................................ ...................................... 408
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    Measuring Instruments ........................................ ........................... 408
    Capacitors and Street Lighting Equipment .................................... 409
    Buses and Bus Supports ........................................ .......................... 410
    All Substation Equipment ........................................ ....................... 410
    PART FOUR U.S. ENERGY POLICY ACT OF 2005 ......................... 411
    14 U.S. Energy Policy Act of 2005 ........................................ ......... 413
    Preface ........................................ ........................................ .............. 413
    Wind Power ........................................ ........................................ ..... 413
    Solar Power ........................................ ........................................ ...... 416
    Other “Green” Fuels ........................................ ............................... 418
    Conservation ........................................ ........................................ .... 419
    Storage ........................................ ........................................ ............. 419
    The Primary Circuit ........................................ ................................ 419
    PART FIVE OTHER DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS ...................... 421
    15 Nontechnical Considerations ........................................ ............ 423
    Introduction ........................................ ........................................ ..... 423
    Safety ........................................ ........................................ ................ 423
    Quality of Service ........................................ .................................... 426
    Economy ........................................ ........................................ ........... 427
    Conclusion ........................................ ........................................ ....... 429
    16 Operating Considerations ........................................ .................. 431
    Introduction ........................................ ........................................ ..... 431
    Quality of Service ........................................ .................................... 431
    Load Shedding ........................................ ........................................ .. 432
    Cogeneration and Distributed Generation ..................................... 435
    Metering ........................................ ........................................ ........... 439
    Remote Meter Reading and Demand Control ................................ 441
    Transformer Load Monitoring ........................................ ................. 441
    Power Factor Correction ........................................ ......................... 442
    Demand Control ........................................ ...................................... 442
    Demand Control (or Peak Suppression) ........................................ . 443
    Conclusion ........................................ ........................................ ....... 449
    APPENDIXES ........................................ ........................................ ................ 451
    Appendix A Circuit Analysis Methods ........................................ ......... 453
    Introduction ........................................ ........................................ ............ 453
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    Circuit Transformations ........................................ .................................. 454
    Superposition Theorem ........................................ ................................... 455
    Symmetrical Components ........................................ ............................... 456
    Sequence Filters ........................................ ........................................ ...... 462
    Appendix B Economic Studies ........................................ ........................ 475
    Introduction ........................................ ........................................ ............ 475
    Annual Charges ........................................ ........................................ ...... 476
    Broad Annual Charge ........................................ ..................................... 484
    Time Value of Money ........................................ ...................................... 484
    Examples ........................................ ........................................ ................. 485
    Procedure for Economic Studies ........................................ ..................... 491
    Conclusion ........................................ ........................................ ............... 493
    Appendix C The Grid Coordinate System:
    Tying Maps to Computers ........................................ ........................ 495
    Introduction ........................................ ........................................ ............ 495
    Grid Coordinate Maps ........................................ .................................... 498
    Coordinate Data Handling ........................................ ............................. 502
    Other Applications ........................................ ........................................ .. 504
    Economics ........................................ ........................................ ................ 505
    Appendix D Automated Distribution Comes of Age ........................ 507
    Introduction ........................................ ........................................ ............ 507
    Bridging the Islands of Communication ........................................ ........ 508
    Single Functions Now Justify Installation ........................................ .... 508
    Simulating an Operator’s Decisions ........................................ .............. 509
    Load Management Tool ........................................ ................................... 510
    Automated Distribution Features ........................................ .................. 513
    Installing an Automated Distribution System ...................................... 514
    Conclusion ........................................ ........................................ ............... 514
    Appendix E U.S. and Metric Relationships Index ............................. 517
    Index ........................................ ........................................ ................................ 519Electrical Distribution.jpg
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