Transients

Author by : John K.B. Ford
Languange : en
Publisher by : UBC Press
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Description : This book focuses on transient killer whales. Enigmatic and elusive, these mammal-hunting whales are difficult animals to study. They travel in small groups, often moving unpredictably, which makes them less conspicuous than the larger resident pods. For these and other reasons, our understanding of the life history and ecology of transient killer whales has lagged behind that of residents. Transients contains the latest information on the natural history of transient killer whales, including their feeding habits, social lives, and distribution patterns. The catalogue section contains photographs of and notes on over 200 individual whales. Numerous sidebars contain interesting observations on encounters with transients as well as information on how and where to best watch them.


Transients

Author by : Bryan Maret Maxwell
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bryan Maxwell
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Description : Will McCay has just finished college, ready to leave the Raleigh campus and the past four years of his self-destruction behind.Three months later he is homeless and has returned for graduate school in the same department. Worried that he is bound to make the same mistakes over and over, Will hopes to find redemption by helping out at the local ministry for the homeless. Keeping the company of a pit bull, a nihilistic roommate, the shelter manager from a troubled family, and a vagrant more concerned with helping others than himself, Will realizes he isn't the only one trying to leave the past behind. In Maxwell's debut novel, this meditative story follows Will McCay as he reflects on growing up in the South and tries to piece together the themes of family, home, and whether people ever really change.


Fields And Transients In Superhigh Pulse Current Devices

Author by : G. A. Shneerson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Nova Science Pub Incorporated
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Power System Grounding And Transients

Author by : A.P. Sakis Meliopoulis
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : ""This authoritative work presents detailed coverage of modern modeling and analysis techniques used in the design of electric power transmission systems -- emphasizing grounding and transients. It provides the theoretical background necessary for understanding problems related to grounding systems, such as safety and protection.


Susceptibility Of Distribution Systems To Negative Pressure Transients

Author by : Kala Fleming
Languange : en
Publisher by : American Water Works Association
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Description : Low or negative pressure transients (also called surge or water hammer) create temporary opportunities for external chemical and microbial contaminants at higher pressure to enter the water distribution system, creating potential health hazard and potential weakening of distribution pipes, leading to failure. This study investigates how such events as power outages, pump shutdowns, valve operations, main flushing, firefighting, and main breaks can create significant rapid, temporary drops in system pressure. The report offers useful recommendations for using surge models to optimally locate pressure monitors and to minimize the occurrence and impact from low- and negative-pressure transients.


Power System Transients

Author by : Juan A. Martinez-Velasco
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Total Read : 10
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Description : Despite the powerful numerical techniques and graphical user interfaces available in present software tools for power system transients, a lack of reliable tests and conversion procedures generally makes determination of parameters the most challenging part of creating a model. Illustrates Parameter Determination for Real-World Applications Geared toward both students and professionals with at least some basic knowledge of electromagnetic transient analysis, Power System Transients: Parameter Determination summarizes current procedures and techniques for the determination of transient parameters for six basic power components: overhead line, insulated cable, transformer, synchronous machine, surge arrester, and circuit breaker. An expansion on papers published in the IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, this text helps those using transient simulation tools (e.g., EMTP-like tools) to select the optimal determination method for their particular model, and it addresses commonly encountered problems, including: Lack of information Testing setups and measurements that are not recognized in international standards Insufficient studies to validate models, mainly those used in high-frequency transients Current built-in models that do not cover all requirements Illustrated with case studies, this book provides modeling guidelines for the selection of adequate representations for main components. It discusses how to collect the information needed to obtain model parameters and also reviews procedures for deriving them. Appendices summarize updated techniques for identifying linear systems from frequency responses and review capabilities and limitations of simulation tools. Emphasizing standards, this book is a clear and concise presentation of key aspects in creating an adequate and reliable transient model.


Power System Transients

Author by : Akihiro Ametani
Languange : en
Publisher by : CRC Press
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Description : As a transient phenomenon can shut down a building or an entire city, transient analysis is crucial to managing and designing electrical systems. Power System Transients: Theory and Applications discusses the basic theory of transient phenomena—including lumped- and distributed-parameter circuit theories—and provides a physical interpretation of the phenomena. It covers novel and topical questions of power system transients and associated overvoltages. Using formulas simple enough to be applied using a pocket calculator, the book presents analytical methods for transient analysis. It examines the theory of numerical simulation methods such as the EMTP (circuit-theory based approach) and numerical electromagnetic analysis. The book highlights transients in clean or sustainable energy systems such as smart grids and wind farms, since they require a different approach than overhead lines and cables. Simulation examples provided include arcing horn flashover, a transient in a grounding electrode, and an induced voltage from a lightning channel.


Power Systems Electromagnetic Transients Simulation

Author by : Neville Watson
Languange : en
Publisher by : IET
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Description : Accurate knowledge of electromagnetic power system transients is crucial to the operation of an economic, efficient and environmentally-friendly power system network, without compromising on the reliability and quality of the electrical power supply. Simulation has become a universal tool for the analysis of power system electromagnetic transients and yet is rarely covered in-depth in undergraduate programmes. It is likely to become core material in future courses. The primary objective of this book is to describe the application of efficient computational techniques to the solution of electromagnetic transient problems in systems of any size and topology, involving linear and nonlinear components. The text provides an in-depth knowledge of the different techniques that can be employed to simulate the electromagnetic transients associated with the various components within a power system network, setting up mathematical models and comparing different models for accuracy, computational requirements, etc. Written primarily for advanced electrical engineering students, the text includes basic examples to clarify difficult concepts. Considering the present lack of training in this area, many practising power engineers, in all aspects of the power industry, will find the book of immense value in their professional work.


Electromagnetic Transients In Power Cables

Author by : Filipe Faria da Silva
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : From the more basic concepts to the most advanced ones where long and laborious simulation models are required, Electromagnetic Transients in Power Cables provides a thorough insight into the study of electromagnetic transients and underground power cables. Explanations and demonstrations of different electromagnetic transient phenomena are provided, from simple lumped-parameter circuits to complex cable-based high voltage networks, as well as instructions on how to model the cables. Supported throughout by illustrations, circuit diagrams and simulation results, each chapter contains exercises, solutions and examples in order to develop a practical understanding of the topics. Harmonic analysis of cable-based networks and instructions on how to accurately model a cable-based network are also covered, including several “tricks” and workarounds to help less experienced engineers perform simulations and analyses more efficiently. Electromagnetic Transients in Power Cables is an invaluable resource for students and engineers new to the field, but also as a point of reference for more experienced industry professionals.


Electromagnetic Transients In Transformer And Rotating Machine Windings

Author by : Su, Charles Q.
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Total Read : 51
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Description : "This book explores relevant theoretical frameworks, the latest empirical research findings, and industry-approved techniques in this field of electromagnetic transient phenomena"--Provided by publisher.