Energy System Monitoring and Management
English | 2014 | ISBN: 1118450698 | 288 pages | PDF | 10,6 MB
Energy System Monitoring and Management (PSMC) is turning into more and more vital within the design, planning, and operation of recent electrical energy techniques. In response to the prevailing problem of integrating superior metering, computation, communication, and management into applicable ranges of PSMC, Energy System Monitoring and Management presents a complete overview of the essential rules and key applied sciences for the monitoring, safety, and management of up to date wide-area energy methods. Quite a lot of topical points are addressed, together with renewable power sources, sensible grids, wide-area stabilizing, coordinated voltage regulation, and angle oscillation damping—in addition to some great benefits of phasor measurement models (PMUs) and international positioning methods (GPS) time sign. Finish-of-chapter issues and options, together with case research, add depth and readability to all subjects. Well timed and necessary, Energy System Monitoring and Management is a useful useful resource for addressing the myriad of important technical engineering issues in trendy electrical energy system design and operation.
• Supplies an up to date and complete reference for researcher and engineers engaged on wide-area energy system monitoring and management (PSMC)
• Hyperlinks elementary ideas of PSMC, superior metering and management concept/methods, and sensible engineering issues
• Covers PSMC drawback understanding, design, sensible features, and well timed subjects comparable to sensible/microgrid management and coordinated voltage regulation and angle oscillation damping
• Incorporates authors’ experiences educating and researching in numerous worldwide locales together with Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Iran, and Australia