Electrical Transformers and Power Equipment

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Fairmont Press, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 394 pages
Events in the electric utility industry in the last few decades have made knowledge of transformers and power equipment assume even greater importance.

In general, the trend has been toward squeezing out every ounce of capacity to achieve a greater efficiency, all increasing the potential for decreased reliability. This book addresses these issues and pays particular attention toward implementation of load management and deregulation programs. Chapters and appendix will include operations theory, transformer construction, installation, operation and maintenance, principal transformer connections, transformer types, troubleshooting, circuit breakers, disconnecting devices, fuses, lightning or surge arresters, protective relays, storage batteries, reactors, capacitors, rectifiers, instruments and insulation.

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