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eBook Distribution System Modeling and Analysis (Electric Power Engineering Series) ePub

by William H. Kersting

  • ISBN: 0849308127
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: William H. Kersting
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (August 31, 2001)
  • Pages: 328
  • ePub book: 1142 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1982 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 352

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William Kersting has developed an excellent reference for distribution system modeling and analysis. Series: Electric Power Engineering Series. Hardcover: 328 pages.

William Kersting has developed an excellent reference for distribution system modeling and analysis. For university faculty, the book is an excellent textbook for a class. Students feel that the book is easy to read and understand. For a power systems engineer without a distribution system background, Prof. Kersting's book provides an excellent resource to explain the differences between distribution and transmission system analysis and provide detailed discussions about the various models and analysis techniques.

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21 Distribution System Modeling and Analysis William H. 22 Power System Operation and Control George L. Clark and Simon W. Bowen. 23 Hard to Find Information (on Distribution System Characteristics and Protection) Jim Burke. 24 Real-Time Control of Distributed Generation Murat Dilek and Robert P. Broadwater. V Electric Power Utilization. 25 Metering of Electric Power and Energy John V. Grubbs. 26 Basic Electric Power Utilization-Loads, Load Characterization and Load Modeling Andrew Hanson. 27 Electric Power Utilization: Motors Charles A. Gross.

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William H. Kersting received his BSEE from New Mexico State University (NMSU) . Kersting received his BSEE from New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces, and his MSEE from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He joined the faculty at New Mexico State University in 1962 and served as professor of electrical engineering and director of the Electric Utility Management Program until his retirement in 2002. He is currently a consultant for Milsoft Utility Solutions. Professor Kersting is a life fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. He received the Edison Electric Institute’s Power Engineering Educator Award in 1979 and the NMSU Westhafter Award for Excellence in Teaching in 1977.

For decades, distribution engineers did not have the sophisticated tools developed for analyzing transmission systems-often they had only their instincts. Things have changed, and we now have computer programs that allow engineers to simulate, analyze, and optimize distribution systems. Powerful as these programs are, however, without a real understanding of the operating characteristics of a distribution system, engineers using the programs can easily make serious errors in their designs and operating procedures.Distribution System Modeling and Analysis helps prevent those errors. It gives readers a basic understanding of the modeling and operating characteristics of the major components of a distribution system. One by one, the author develops and analyzes each component as a stand-alone element, then puts them all together to analyze a distribution system comprising the various shunt and series devices for power-flow and short-circuit studies. He includes the derivation of all models and includes many numerical examples that demonstrate applying the models to solve typical problems. This is the first book dedicated to distribution systems that is truly modern, covers computer applications, and gives a thorough grounding in modeling and analysis techniques. Assuming a basic foundation in transformers, electric machines, transmission lines, and symmetrical components, it serves as both a text for upper-level electrical engineering studies and as an essential reference for practicing engineers.

Comments

Capella Capella
This is a good book addressing topics not commonly found in the power analysis literature. Normally the emphasis used to be on transmission and balanced systems which are easier to deal with compared to distribution systems that are unbalanced and more complex. This book and a few others like this are addressing topics that are getting more and more important in the distribution network analysis and smart grid networks.
SING SING
Great book and its well divided out in the chapters and lots of material really would recommend lots of material covered here is not covered this well in other books.
Jusari Jusari
The book on distribution system modeling. I have used it for reference extensively through out my research and PhD.
Urtte Urtte
The number of errors in this book is disgraceful. The text is riddled with reference and equation errors. When the book refers to a certain equation or figure, you as the reader don't know if it means that equation or another. When the book gives an equation, you don't know if it is accurate or just a copy-paste error. It is maddening to work one of the exercises using a set of erroneous equations and referring to examples which themselves contain errors.

If you sit down for hours at a time and work through the book, you will catch the errors and follow the argument, and you will probably be fine. But don't use this book as a reference in your research work.
Kearanny Kearanny
Great!
Freaky Hook Freaky Hook
This book is loaded with great examples and the problems at the end of chapters are based on these examples. There are multiple errors in this book though. Small errors. Chapter two has about 4 or 5 errors in it. I am up to chapter 6 right now and I think that every chapter so far has at least 1 error in it.
funike funike
Nice text book for engineers!
I bought this book to add to my library of distribution engineering books. Book is easy to read, very clear in the presentation of material, and good examples. It is easy to look up a particular subject within the book and get your answer quickly.

A very good book to add to my library