Gas Insulated Substations. Wiley – IEEE

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  • Book
  • 490 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Gas Insulated Substations is an all–inclusive reference guide to gas insulated substations (GIS) which takes account of its basic principles, technology, application, design specification, testing and ownership issues. Practical and theoretical aspects are handled by acknowledged GIS experts who have been involved with the technology from the start. They provide the reader with the knowledge needed to identify a project with GIS, manage the GIS process and then assemble and later maintain that system. This learning resource offers engineering students and manufacturing professionals a sound insight into this important technology at a time when application of GIS is spreading as fresh projects are being launched and more companies are becoming involved.

Key features:

  • Written by leading GIS experts who have been involved in the development of the technology since its invention
  • Discusses both the practical and theoretical aspects of GIS
  • Details advanced and basic material, accessible for both existing GIS users and those planning to implement the technology
  • Chapters are written as tutorials and provide helpful references for further reading and study
  • Invaluable guide to practicing electrical, mechanical and civil engineers as well as third and fourth year electric power engineering students
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List of Contributors xv

Foreword xvii

Acknowledgements xix

1 Introduction 1Hermann Koch and John Brunke

1.1 General 1

1.2 Definitions 4

1.3 Standards and References 9

1.4 Ratings 14

2 Basic Information 18Hermann Koch, John H. Brunke, and John Boggess

2.1 History 18

2.2 Physics of Gas Insulated Switchgear 34

2.3 Reliability and Availability 40

2.4 Design 50

2.5 Safety 53

2.6 Grounding and Bonding 62

2.7 Factors for Choosing Gas Insulated Substations 66

2.8 Sulfur Hexafluoride (SF6) 71

References 108

3 Technology 110Hermann Koch, George Becker, Xi Zhu, and Devki Sharma

3.1 General 110

3.2 Modular Components, Design, and Development Process 113

3.3 Manufacturing 130

3.4 Specification Development 142

3.5 Instrument Transformers 171

3.6 Interfaces 175

3.7 Gas Insulated Surge Arresters 185

3.8 Gas Insulated Bus 186

References 205

4 Control and Monitoring 206Hermann Koch, Noboru Fujimoto, and Pravakar Samanta

4.1 General 206

4.2 GIS Monitoring 207

4.3 Local Control Cabinet 215

4.4 Digital Communication 221

References 233

5 Testing 235
Peter Grossmann and Charles L Hand

5.1 General 235

5.2 Type Tests 235

5.3 Routine Tests 241

5.4 On–Site Field Testing 243

References 246

6 Installation 247Hermann Koch, Richard Jones, and James Massura

6.1 General 247

6.2 Installation 248

6.3 Energization: Connecting to the Power Grid 280

7 Operation and Maintenance 282Hermann Koch, Charles L Hand, Arnaud Ficheux, Richard Jones, and Ravi Dhara

7.1 General 282

7.2 Operation of a Gas Insulated Substation 283

7.3 Maintenance 302

7.4 SF6 Gas Leakage Repair 303

7.5 Repair 306

7.6 Extensions 307

7.7 GIS Retrofit or Upgrade 311

7.8 Overloading and Thermal Limits 315

8 Applications 321Hermann Koch, Peter Grossmann, Arun Arora, and Dave Solhtalab

8.1 General 321

8.2 Typical GIS Layouts 321

8.3 Reference Projects 324

8.4 GIS Case Study 371

8.5 Mobile GIS 376

8.6 Mixed Technology Switchgear (MTS) 385

8.7 Future Developments 390

References 399

9 Other Topics 400Hermann Koch, Venkatesh Minisandram, Arnaud Ficheux, George Becker, Noboru Fujimoto, and Jorge Márquez–Sánchez

9.1 General 400

9.2 Environment 401

9.3 Life Cycle Cost Analysis 412

9.4 Insulation Coordination Study 421

9.5 Very Fast Transients 426

9.6 Project Scope Development 437

9.7 Risk–Based Asset Management of Gas Insulated Substations and Equipment 441

9.8 Health and Safety Impact 451

9.9 Electromagnetic Field 452

9.10 SF6 Decomposition Byproducts 453

References 456

10 Conclusion 458Hermann Koch

Further Reading 459Devki Sharma

Index 463

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There is a wealth of information on GIS all in one reference book.   (IEEE Electrical Engineering magazine, 1 March 2015)

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