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Analysis and Design of Electrical Power Systems

A Practical Guide and Commentary on NEC and IEC 60364

Kasikci, Ismail

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1. Auflage Mai 2021
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Dieses Praktikerbuch, geschrieben von einem Mitglied verschiedener nationaler und internationaler Standardisierungsgremien, unterstützt Ingenieure bei Design und Realisierung von Niederspannungsnetzen. Mit seinem Aufbau nach dem jeweiligen Typ des elektrischen Systems, einschließlich asynchrone Motoren, dreiphasige Netzwerke und Beleuchtungssysteme, deckt dieses Fachbuch elektrische und elektrotechnische Grundlagen ab, bietet Informationen zur Implementierung der gültigen NEC- und IEC-Normen und einen Überblick über industrielle Anwendungsbereiche. Unzählige Tabellen, Diagramme und Arbeitsbeispiele helfen bei der Planung elektrischer Systeme. Mit den auf der begleitenden Website verfügbaren Programmen lassen sich Berechnungen nachvollziehen und individuell anpassen.

INTRODUCTION
PLANNING AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT
Guidelines for the Remuneration of Architects and Engineers and Regulations for Contracting System Installation
Guidelines for Project Planning of Electrical Systems
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
Medium-Voltage Systems
Low-Voltage Systems
TRANSFORMERS
Physical Basis
Cores
Windings
Types
A.C. Transformers
Three-Phase Transformers
Special-Purpose Transformers
Efficiency of Transformers
Protection of Transformers
Selection of Transformers
Rules of Thumb for Calculating Short Circuit Currents on the Low-Voltage Side
Examples for Transformers
ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS (ASM)
Designs and Types
Properties Characterizing Asynchronous Motors
Startup of Asynchronous Motors
Speed Adjustment
Project Planning of Drives
EMERGENCY GENERATORS
Generator-Specific Limiting Operational Values
Planning a Standby Generator
Example: Calculation of Standby Generator Power
EQUIPMENT FOR OVERCURRENT PROTECTION
Electric Arc
Low-Voltage Switchgear
SELECTIVITY AND BACKUP PROTECTION
Selectivity
Backup Protection
SWITCHGEAR COMBINATIONS
Type-Tested Switchgear Combinations (TSC)
Partially Type-Tested Switchgear Combinations (PTSC)
Proof of Short Circuit Strength
Proof of Compliance With Upper Temperature Limits in Partially Type-Tested Switchgear Combinations
Differentiation of Power Losses
Checklist
Notes on Project Planning
Example: Computer Evaluation of Temperature Rise
PROTECTION AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK
Voltage Ranges
Protection by Cut-Off or Warning Messages
CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITY OF CONDUCTORS AND CABLES
Terms and Definitions
Overload Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Current Carrying Capacity of Heavy Current Cables and Correction Factors for Underground Overhead Installation
Examples of Current Carrying Capacity
Examples for the Calculation of Overcurrents
CALCULATION OF SHORT CIRCUIT CURRENTS IN THREE-PHASE NETWORKS
The Equivalent Voltage Source Method
Calculation of Resistance Values for Operational Equipment
Short Circuit Currents for Three-Pole Short Circuits
Thermal and Dynamic Short Circuit Strength
Examples for the Calculation of Short Circuit Current
VOLTAGE DROP CALCULATIONS
Voltage Regulation
Examples for the Calculation of Voltage Drops
LIGHTING SYSTEMS
Interior Lighting
Types of Lighting
Lighting Calculations
Planning of Lighting with Data Blocks
Procedure for Project Planning
Exterior Lighting
Low-Voltage Halogen Lamps
Safety and Standby Lighting
Battery Systems
COMPENSATION FOR REACTIVE POWER
Terms and Definitions
Effect of Reactive Power
Compensation for Transformers
Compensation for Asynchronous Motors
Compensation for Discharge Lamps
cjk Value
Resonant Circuits
Harmonics and Voltage Quality
Static Compensation for Reactive Power
Examples of Compensation for Reactive Power
LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEMS
Lightning Protection Class
Exterior Lightning Protection
Interior Lightning Protection
USING THE SOFTWARE
Use of CAD Systems
Aids for Installation
Ismail Kasikci, PhD, is Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Biberach, Germany. His main area of research focuses on the IEC/EN and VDE regulations of electrical energy supply, design of electrical installations of buildings, solar electricity, wind power generation, building integrated renewables, design and protection of distribution power systems, smart grids, solar and wind power, and connectivity requirements. He is an active member in various national and international standards committees in the field of electrical and electronics engineering.