This textbooks demonstrates the application of software tools in solving a series of problems from the field of designing power system structures and systems. It contains four chapters: The first chapter leads the reader through all the phases necessary in the procedures of computer aided modeling and simulation. It guides through the complex problems presenting on the basis of eleven original examples. The second chapter presents application of software tools in power system calculations of power systems equipment design. Several design example calculations are carried out using engineering standards like MATLAB, EMTP/ATP, Excel a Access, AutoCAD and Simulink. The third chapters focuses on the graphical documentation using a collection of software tools (AutoCAD, EPLAN, SIMARIS SIVACON, SIMARIS DESIGN) which enable the complete automation of the development of graphical documentation of a power systems. In the fourth chapter, the application of software tools in the project management in power systems is discussed. Here, the emphasis is put on the standard software MS Excel and MS Project.The fourth section of the second chapter is dedicated to AutoCAD as a powerful software tool for computer-aided design. ... of protection from lightning discharge for a residential structure, special purpose structure, substation and overhead line. ... The most frequently used types of electrical diagrams are described along with examples of how they are formed. ... low-voltage switchgear is displayed in the example of a transformer station with a single-pole diagram created using the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Computer- Aided Design in Power Engineering|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-11-06|