Electrical (Generator and Electrical Plant), Volume 4 is a five-chapter text that covers the principles, design, manufacture, characteristics, and maintenance of generators and electrical plant equipment. Chapter 1 deals with the design, construction, and operational aspects of large turbo-generators of up to 500 MW rating. Chapter 2 summarizes the practices in respect of main switchgear and ancillary equipment for generating stations. Chapter 3 looks into the main parameters of the electrical auxiliary system design and the details of the switchgear, motors, and associated equipment. Chapter 4 describes the construction and assembly, design, operation, and maintenance of transformers. This chapter also covers the development of power cables for transformers, installation, and commissioning tests. Chapter 5 examines the role of protection in system design and the principles and operation of automatic voltage regulators. This book is of great value to workers and students who are interested in the design and operation of electrical plant equipment.The design is suitable for any number of circuit-breakers, but this is generally limited to six (Fig. 2.5.3A closed mesh (2)). The extensible design is based upon the double bus-bar arrangement and is dependent on Whether mesh opening isolators are ... A single line diagram of such a configuration is shown in Figure 2.5.3C. ... As substations become larger and associated with more and more generation capacity there may be a need to employ a third bus-bar or transfer bus-bar.
|Title||:||Electrical (Generator and Electrical Plant)|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2013-10-22|