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Shipboard Electrical Power Systems




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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Editore:

CRC Press

Pubblicazione: 11/2011
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

Shipboard Electrical Power Systems addresses new developments in this growing field. Focused on the trend toward electrification to power commercial shipping, naval, and passenger vessels, this book helps new or experienced engineers master cutting-edge methods for power system design, control, protection, and economic use of power. Provides Basic Transferable Skills for Managing Electrical Power on Ships or on Land This groundbreaking book is the first volume of its kind to illustrate optimization of all aspects of shipboard electrical power systems. Applying author Mukund Patel’s rare combination of industrial and educational work experiences and insight, it offers solutions to meet the increasing demand for large, fast, efficient, and reconfigurable ships to compete in international markets. For 30 years, Professor Patel was an engineer for companies including General Electric, Lockheed Martin, and Westinghouse Electric, and in the past 15 years he has been an engineering professor at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. That varied experience helped him zero in on the specialized multidimensional knowledge an engineer requires—and that is what sets his book apart. Compiles Critical, Hard-to-Find Information on Power System Design, Analysis, and Operation The global shortage of power engineers is not deterring countries from heavily investing in construction of new power plants and grids. Consequent growth in university electrical power programs is satisfying the demand for engineers, but novice graduates require accelerated understanding and practical experience before entering the thriving maritime segment. Ideal for readers with limited electrical experience, wide-ranging coverage includes power system basics, power generation, electrical machines, power distribution, batteries, and marine industry standards. This book is an invaluable tool for engineers working on ships, as well as in ports, industrial power plants, refineries, and other similar environments.




Sommario

AC Power Fundamentals Current Voltage Power and Energy Alternating Current AC Phasor Phasor Algebra Review Single-Phase AC Power Circuit AC Power in Complex Form Reactive Power Three-Phase AC Power System Shipboard Power System Architectures Types of Ship Drives Electrical Design Tasks Electrical Load Analysis Power System Configurations Cold Ironing/Shore Power Efficiency and Reliability of Chain Shipboard Circuit Designation Ship Simulator Systems of Units Common Aspects of Power Equipment Faraday’s Law and Coil Voltage Equation Mechanical Force and Torque Electrical Equivalent of Newton’s Third Law Power Losses in Electrical Machine Maximum Efficiency Operating Point Thevenin Equivalent Source Model Voltage Drop and Regulation Load Sharing among Sources Power Rating of Equipment Temperature Effect on Resistance AC Generator Terminal Performance Electrical Model Electrical Power Output Transient Stability Limit Equal Area Criteria of Transient Stability Speed and Frequency Regulations Load Sharing among AC Generators Isosynchronous Generator Excitation Methods Short Circuit Ratio Automatic Voltage Regulator AC and DC Motors Induction Motor Synchronous Motor Motor HP and Line Current Dual-Use Motors Unbalanced Voltage Effect DC Motor Universal (Series) Motor AC or DC Special Motors for Ship Propulsion Torque versus Speed Comparison Transformer Transformer Categories Types of Transformers Selection of kVA Rating Transformer Cooling Classes Three-Phase Transformer Connections Full-? and Open-? Connections Magnetizing Inrush Current Single-Line Diagram Model Three-Winding Transformer Percent and Per Unit Systems Equivalent Impedance at Different Voltage Continuous Equivalent Circuit through Transformer Influence of Transformer Impedance Power Cable Conductor Gage Cable Insulation Conductor Ampacity Cable Electrical Model Skin and Proximity Effects Cable Design Marine and Special Cables Cable Routing and Installation Power Distribution Typical Distribution Scheme Grounded and Ungrounded Systems Ground Fault Detection Schemes Distribution Feeder Voltage Drop Bus Bars Electrical Parameters High-Frequency Distribution Switchboard and Switchgear Fault Current Analysis Types and Frequency of Faults Fault Analysis Model Asymmetrical Fault Transient Fault Current Offset Factor Fault Current Magnitude Motor Contribution to Fault Current Current Limiting Series Reactor Unsymmetrical Faults Circuit Breaker Selection Simplified System Protection Fuse Overload Protection Electromechanical Relay Circuit Breaker Differential Protection of Generator Differential Protection of Bus and Feeders Ground Fault Current Interrupter Transformer Protection Motor Branch Circuit Protection Lightning and Switching Voltage Protection Surge Protection for Small Sensitive Loads Protection Coordination Health Monitoring Arc Flash Analysis Economic Use of Power Economic Analysis Power Loss Capitalization High Efficiency Motor Power Factor Improvement Energy Storage During Night Variable Speed Motor Drives AC and DC Regenerative Braking Electrochemical Battery Major Rechargeable Batteries Electrical Circuit Model Performance Characteristics Battery Life Battery Types Compared More on the Lead-Acid Battery Battery Design Process Safety and Environment Marine Industry Standards Standard-Issuing Organizations Classification Societies IEEE Standard-45 Code of Federal Regulations Military-Std-1399 Appendix A: Symmetrical Components Appendix B: Operating Ships Power System Data




Autore

Mukund R. Patel, Ph.D., P.E., is a professor of engineering at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, New York, USA. He has about 50 years of hands-on involvement in research, development, and design of the state-of-the-art electrical power equipment and systems. He has held positions including: principal engineer at General Electric, fellow engineer at the Westinghouse Research & Development Center, senior staff engineer at Lockheed Martin Corporation, and development manager at Bharat Bijlee (Siemens) Limited. Dr. Patel obtained his Ph.D. degree in Electric Power Engineering from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, and his M.S. in Engineering Management from the University of Pittsburgh. He also received an M.E. in Electrical Machine Design from Gujarat University, and a B.E. from Sardar University, India.







Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9781439828168

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 9 x 6 in Ø 1.50 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:184 b/w images, 55 tables and 562 equations
Pagine Arabe: 370






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