Power System Grid Operation Using Synchrophasor Technology


Engineering Technology

Autonomous Control for a Reliable Internet of Services: Methods, Models, Approaches, Techniques, Algorithms, and Tools by Ivan Ganchev
Power System Grid Operation Using Synchrophasor Technology By Sarma (NDR) Nuthalapati
Mixing with Impact : Learning to Make Musical Choices
Tapan K. Sarkar and Magdalena Salazar Palma, “The Physics and Mathematics of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Cellular Wireless Communication”
Jaroslaw Luszcz, “High Frequency Conducted Emission in AC Motor Drives Fed By Frequency Converters: Sources and Propagation Paths”

Autonomous Control for a Reliable Internet of Services: Methods, Models, Approaches, Techniques, Algorithms, and Tools by Ivan Ganchev

English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 | 416 Pages | ISBN : 3319904140 | 28.99 MB

This book was prepared as a Final Publication of the COST Action IC1304 “Autonomous Control for a Reliable Internet of Services (ACROSS)”. The book contains 14 chapters and constitutes a show-case of the main outcome of the Action in line with its scientific goals. It will serve as a valuable reference for undergraduate and post-graduate students, educators, faculty members, researchers, engineers, and research strategists working in this field.
The explosive growth of the Internet has fundamentally changed the global society. The emergence of concepts like SOA, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, NaaS, and Cloud Computing in general has catalyzed the migration from the information-oriented Internet into an Internet of Services (IoS). This has opened up virtually unbounded possibilities for the creation of new and innovative services that facilitate business processes and improve the quality of life. However, this also calls for new approaches to ensuring the quality and reliability of these services. The objective of this book is, by applying a systematic approach, to assess the state-of-the-art and consolidate the main research results achieved in this area.

Power System Grid Operation Using Synchrophasor Technology By Sarma (NDR) Nuthalapati

English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 (2019 Edition) | 508 Pages | ISBN : 3319893777 | 39.03 MB

This book brings together successful stories of deployment of synchrophasor technology in managing the power grid. The authors discuss experiences with large scale deployment of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUs) in power systems across the world, enabling readers to take this technology into control center operations and develop good operational procedures to manage the grid better, with wide area visualization tools using PMU data.

Mixing with Impact : Learning to Make Musical Choices

English | 2018 | ISBN: 1138080896 | 364 Pages | PDF | 3.74 MB

In Mixing with Impact: Learning to Make Musical Choices, Wessel Oltheten discusses the creative and technical concepts behind making a mix. Whether you’re a dance producer in your home studio, a live mixer in a club, or an engineer in a big studio, the mindset is largely the same.
The same goes for the questions you run into: where do you start? How do you deal with a context in which all the different parts affect each other? How do you avoid getting lost in technique? How do you direct your audience’s attention? Why doesn’t your mix sound as good as someone else’s? How do you maintain your objectivity when you hear the same song a hundred times? How do your speakers affect your perception? What’s the difference between one compressor and another?
Following a clear structure, this book covers these and many other questions, bringing you closer and closer to answering the most important question of all: how do you tell a story with sound?

Tapan K. Sarkar and Magdalena Salazar Palma, “The Physics and Mathematics of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Cellular Wireless Communication”

English | ISBN: 1119393116 | 2018 | 416 pages | PDF | 9 MB

An important resource that examines the physical aspects of wireless communications based on mathematical and physical evidence
The Physics and Mathematics of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Cellular Wireless Communicationdescribes the electromagnetic principles for designing a cellular wireless system and includes the subtle electromagnetic principles that are often overlooked in designing such a system. This important text explores both the physics and mathematical concepts used in deploying antennas for transmission and reception of electromagnetic signals and examines how to select the proper methodology from a wide range of scenarios.
In this much–needed guide, the authors noted experts in the field explore the principle of electromagnetics as developed through the Maxwellian principles and describe the properties of an antenna in the frequency domain. The text also includes a review of the characterization of propagation path loss in a cellular wireless environment and examines ultrawideband antennas and the mechanisms of broadband transmission of both power and information. This important resource:
Includes a discussion of the shortcomings of a MIMO system from both theoretical and practical aspects
Demonstrates how to deploy base station antennas with better efficiency
Validates the principle and the theoretical analysis of electromagnetic propagation in cellular wireless communication
Contains results of experiments that are solidly grounded in mathematics and physics
Written for engineers, researchers, and educators who are or plan to work in the field, The Physics and Mathematics of Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Cellular Wireless Communicationoffers an essential resource for understanding the principles underpinning wireless communications.

Jaroslaw Luszcz, “High Frequency Conducted Emission in AC Motor Drives Fed By Frequency Converters: Sources and Propagation Paths”

English | ISBN: 1119388392 | 2018 | 288 pages | PDF | 37 MB

Provides a concise and thorough reference for designing electrical and electronic systems that employ adjustable speed drives
Electrical and electronic systems that employ adjustable speed drives are being increasingly used in present–day automation applications. They are considered by many application engineers as one of the most interfering components, especially in a contemporarily faced industrial environment. This book fills the gap between the high–level academic knowledge in the electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) field and the recommended practical rules for assuring electromagnetic compatibility margin. It focuses on finding and formulating the issues that often occur with the generation and propagation of conducted emission in AC motor drives fed by frequency converters, rather than proposing specific solutions for dealing with them. It also features explanations of selected academic backgrounds of EMC and presents practical case studies.
The book starts with an introduction to conducted emission in adjustable speed drives. It then goes on to offer in–depth chapters covering conducted emission origins in switch–mode power converters; conducted emission generation by frequency converter in adjustable speed drives (ASD); propagation of motor side originated conducted emission towards the power grid; modeling of conducted emission in ASD; broadband behavior of ASD components; and impact of a motor feeding cable on CM currents generated in ASD. In addition, this resource:
Presents state–of–the–art analysis of undesirable high frequency phenomena accompanying AC motor speed control
Discusses the fundamentals of phenomena of electromagnetic interference (EMI) generation in switch mode static converters
Provides methodology of modeling–conducted EMI generation and propagation in ASD
High Frequency Conducted Emission in AC Motor Drives Fed By Frequency Converters: Sources and Propagation Paths will appeal to scholars and a wide range of professionals who are involved in the stages of development, design, and application of adjustable speed drives in accordance with ever–increasing EMC requirements.


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