Electrical Transmission & Distribution Reference Book (ABB)

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Posted on 2007-08-11, updated at 2010-03-22. By anonymous.

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Electrical Transmission & Distribution Reference Book (ABB)

 

The Electrical Transmission and Distribution Reference Book, popularly known as the "T&D Book," is a standard reference for utility engineers, and many colleges have adopted it as a basic textbook. Since its first appearance as a Westinghouse Electric Company publication, three generations of power engineers have used this book, both as a core technical reference and as a tutorial on the finer points of power delivery system design and operation. ABB Inc. has published the fifth edition. This edition not only continues the traditional, practical focus of the T&D Book's creators, but has added R&D activities focused on meeting the needs of the 21st century with new equipment, designs, and technology. The book comes along with a CD-ROM, which is an invaluable search resource for all readers.

The material presented in the book is the result of research, investigation and practical application by many engineers and scientists, including cooperative studies with electric utilities, conductor and cable manufacturers, communications companies and industrial power users.

This is a "must-have" book for all power systems engineers and for electrical engineers in general.


 

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Table of Contents

General Considerations of Transmission

Symmetrical Components

Characteristics of Aerial Lines

Electrical Characteristics of Cables

Power Transformers and Reactors

Machine Characteristics

Excitation Systems

Application of Capacitors to Power Systems

Regulation and Losses of Transmission Lines

Steady-State Performance of Systems

Including Methods of Network Solution

Relay and Circuit Breaker Application

Power-Line Carrier Application

Power-System Stability

Power-System Voltages and Currents
During Abnormal Conditions

Wave Propagation on Transmission Lines

Lightning Phenomena

Line Design Based on Direct Strokes

Insulation Coordination

Grounding of Power-System Neutrals

Distribution System

Primary and Secondary Network
Distribution Systems

Lamp Flicker on Power Systems

Coordination of Power and
Communication Systems

Characteristics of Distribution Loads

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  1. Can i download this book? thanks
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