Short Circuits in Power Systems: A Practical Guide to IEC 60909-0

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John Wiley & Sons, 9 lis 2017 - 312
Reflecting the changes to the all-important short circuit calculations in three-phase power systems according to IEC 60909-0 standard, this new edition of the practical guide retains its proven and unique concept of explanations, calculations and real-life examples of short circuits in electrical networks. It has also been completely revised and expanded by 20% to include the standard-compliant prevention of short circuits in electrical networks for photovoltaics and wind energy. By understanding the theory any software allows users to perform all the necessary calculations with ease so they can work on the design and application of low- and high-voltage power systems.
This book is a practitioner's guide intended for students, electrical engineers, engineers in power technology, the electrotechnical industry, engineering consultants, energy suppliers, chemical engineers and physicists in industry.
 

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Methods of Calculations
1
Chapter 2 Fault Current Analysis
23
Chapter 3 The Significance of IEC 609090
29
Chapter 4 Supply Networks
33
Chapter 5 Network Types for the Calculation of ShortCircuit Currents
39
Chapter 6 Systems up to 1 kV
47
Chapter 7 Neutral Point Treatment in ThreePhase Networks
59
Chapter 8 Impedances of ThreePhase Operational Equipment
71
Chapter 14 Calculations for ShortCircuit Strength
185
Chapter 15 Equipment for Overcurrent Protection
189
Chapter 16 ShortCircuit Currents in DC Systems
199
Chapter 17 Power Flow Analysis
207
Calculation of ShortCircuit Currents
233
Bibliography
273
Standards
277
Explanations of Symbols
281

Chapter 9 Impedance Corrections
127
Chapter 10 Power System Analysis
133
Chapter 11 Calculation of ShortCircuit Currents
147
Chapter 12 Motors in Electrical Networks
161
Chapter 13 Mechanical and Thermal ShortCircuit Strength
167
Symbols and Indices
283
Index
289
EULA
299
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Ismail Kasikci is Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Biberach, Germany. His main research area is electrical energy supply, design of electrical installations of buildings, solar electricity, wind power generation, building integrated renewables, design and protection of distribution power system, smart grids, solar and wind power, connectivity requirements, focused on the IEC/EN and VDE regulations. Ismail Kasikci received his Bachelor in electrical and electronics engineering from the Technical University Darmstadt and his PhD from the University of Brunel, United Kingdom. He published 17 books in German, English and Turkish and more than 64 international scientific publications. He is a member by VDE and IEEE. He is Associated Editor of the international Journal of Power and Energy Systems by ACTA press in the States and Canada. Since 2005 he is a member of the German norm group, K221 [IEC TC 64 (VDE 0100)]. He has more than 18 years of professional experience in planning and design of electrical power systems.
He plays since 1994 an active role in Turkey for educational purposes and in the regulation of IEC and EN. Within the scope of the EU Erasmus program he gives lectures at the University of Pamukkale and Ege University in the field of Electric Power Systems, Grounding and Protection.

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