Electricity Distribution Network Design

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IET, Jan 1, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 325 pages
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When the original edition was published in 1989, it was the first book for decades to be devoted to planning and design of distribution systems. It has now been fully revised, particularly in the light of market conditions exerting stronger pressure on the design engineer, the changing structure of utilities and the increasing penetration of computer-based planning and reliability. The book sets out good distribution practice and includes theoretical and practical aspects relevant to design. There is a paperback edition to satisfy demand from graduate students and engineers in training.
  

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Contents

Reliability
7
Planning distribution networks
19
2
24
Technical considerations
27
3
33
Equipment
98
HV networks and substations
148
Distribution substations and LV networks
192
Special loads
222
Network voltage performance
252
Computerbased planning
273
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