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Power Definitions and the Physical Mechanism of Power Flow

Wiley, J,
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Professor Emanuel uses clear presentation to compare and facilitateunderstanding of two seminal standards, The IEEE Std. 1459 and TheDIN 40110-2:2002-11. Through critical analysis of the mostimportant and recent theories and review of basic concepts, ahighly accessible guide to the essence of the standards ispresented.
Key features:
* Explains the physical mechanism of energy flow under differentconditions: single- and three-phase, sinusoidal and nonsinusoidal,balanced and unbalanced systems
* Starts at an elementary level and becomes more complex, withsix core chapters and six appendices to clarify the mathematicalaspects
* Discusses and recommends power definitions that played asignificant historical role in paving the road for the twostandards
* Provides a number of original unsolved problems at the end ofeach chapter
* Introduces a new nonactive power; the Randomness power.
Power Definitions and the Physical Mechanism of PowerFlow is useful for electrical engineers and consultantsinvolved in energy and power quality. It is also helpful toengineers dealing with energy flow quantification, design andmanufacturing of metering instrumentation; consultants working withregulations related to renewable energy courses and the smart grid;and electric utility planning and operation engineers dealing withenergy bill structure. The text is also relevant to universityresearchers, professors, and advanced students in power systems,power quality and energy related courses.

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Titel: Power Definitions and the Physical Mechanism of Power Flow
Autoren/Herausgeber: Alexander Emanuel
Aus der Reihe: Wiley - IEEE
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9780470667163

Seitenzahl: 288
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

Professor Alexander Eigeles Emanuel, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Professor Emanuel has been working in the power field for around 45 years and he is currently Chairman of the Working Group that is responsible for the IEEE Std. 1459-2000. Founder of the International Conference on Harmonics and Power Quality, much of his groundbreaking work focuses on the effects of voltage and current waveform distortions on electrical systems.
After holding engineering posts in Israel and Romania, Professor Emanuel joined Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 1974. In 2008 he received the Chairman's Exemplary Faculty Prize from the institute, awarded for outstanding teaching and research. Besides this, he has also won the Board of Trustee's award, the 1998 R.H. Lee award from the IEEE Industry Applicationns Society, and many others including the Power Systems Instrumentation and Measurement Award. An IEEE Life Fellow, Professor Emanuel has been published in over 200 journal articals and recently contributed to Paulo Ribeiro's book Time-Varying Waveform Distortions in Power Systems, published by Wiley in 2009.

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