Overhead Lines - SPECIAL OFFER
AbstractsBy starting the "CIGRE Green Book" series, CIGRE follows the vision to create the best possible reference books available in the market on the various subjects o f electrical power networks as dealt with by CIGRE and its Study Committees. More than 50 authors, all of them internationally regognized experts in their respective fields of expertise, have joined hands to accomplish this monumental task. The contents of the book cover, after a historical flash-back, all aspects of overhead transmission lines.These includes : planning and management concepts, electrical and mechanical considerations, influence of the weather, and on the environment, detailed design of all line componenets, construction and maintenance aspects, line optimization and asset management, as well as a comparison between overhead lines and underground cables, a very timely issue. They are presented in such a way as to be an invaluable reference for the practicing engineer but also for academia and decision makers.
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Challenges in the control center (EMS) due to distributed generation and renewables
Control methodologies for direct voltage and power flow in a meshed HVDC grid
Framework for EPU operators to manage the response to a cyber-initiated threat to their critical infrastructure
MO surge arresters - Metal oxide resistors andsurge arresters for emerging system conditions
Ground potential rise at overhead AC transmission line structures during power frequency faults
Voltage Source Converter (VSC) HVDC for Power Transmission - Economic Aspects and Comparison with other AC and DC Technologies
Update of Service Experience of HV Underground and Submarine Cable Systems
Integration of large Scale Wind Generation using HVDC and Power Electronics
Recommendations for testing of long AC submarine cables with extruded insulation for system voltage above 30 (36) to 500 (550) kV (This TB replaces electra article ELT_189_1)
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