Practical Electrical Network Automation and Communication Systems

  • ID: 1769707
  • Book
  • 224 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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In the past automation of the power network was a very specialized area but recently due to deregulation and privatization the area has become of a great importance because companies require more information and communication to minimize costs, reduce workforce and minimize errors in order to make a profit.

* Covers engineering requirements and business implications of this cutting-edge and ever-evolving field
* Provides a unique insight into a fast-emerging and growing market that has become and will continue to evolve into one of leading communication technologies
* Written in a practical manner to help readers handle the transformation from the old analog environment to the modern digital communications-based one
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Introduction to Power System Automation; Historical Development of Power System Automation; Overview of Power Networks; Fundamentals of Electrical Protection; Remote Substation Access and Local Intelligence; Data Communications; Communication Protocols; SCADA Systems; Communications in Power System Automation; Power System Automation Architectures; Power System Automation Systems on the Market; Practical Considerations; The Internet.
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Strauss, Cobus
Cobus Strauss has worked as a professional project engineer for the past fifteen years mainly in the mining and petrochemical industries. He currently consults to a wide variety of clients in the mining industry and has a particular interest in substation automation as a result of his work in automating the electrical networks of a number of large companies. He has lectured for IDC Technologies in Australia, South Africa and New Zealand.
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