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Title: Embedded Generation
Author: Daniel Kirschen and Goran Strabac, Nick Jenkins, Peter Crossley, Ron Allan
ISBN: 0852967748 / 9780852967744
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 292
Publisher: IEE
Year: 2000
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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Demand for on-site and alternative power generation is growing, fuelled by government and public pressure to increase generation from renewable sources and energy efficient plant, and by the potential economic benefits resulting from privatisation and deregulation of the supply sector. This book is a practical, course-derived guide that covers all aspects of embedded (or dispersed) generation, from prime mover characteristics to network reliability modelling. Topics include power quality, protection, reliability and economics. It is essential reading for practising engineers planning, designing or specifying embedded generation solutions.

Preface
Contributors
Glossary

Chapter 1 : Introduction
Chapter 2 : Embedded Generation Plant
Chapter 3 : System Studies
Chapter 4 : Generators
Chapter 5 : Power Quality
Chapter 6 : Protection of Embedded Generators
Chapter 7 : Reliability Concepts and Assessment
Chapter 8 : Economics of Embedded Generation
Chapter 9 : Concluding Remarks

Index

 
 
 
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