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Short-circuit Currents. Energy Engineering

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The calculation of short-circuit currents is a central task for Power System engineers, as they are essential parameters for the design of electrical equipment and installations, the operation of power systems and the analysis of outages and faults.

Short-circuit Currents gives an overview of the components within power systems with respect to the parameters needed for short-circuit current calculation. It also explains how to use the system of symmetrical components to analyse different types of short-circuits in power systems. The thermal and elctromagnetic effects of short-circuit currents on equipment and installations, short-time interference problems and measures for the limitation of short-circuit currents are also discussed. Detailed calculation procedures and typical data of equipment are provided in a separate chapter for easy reference, and worked examples are included throughout.

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- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Theoretical background
- Chapter 3: Calculation of impedance of electrical equipment
- Chapter 4: Calculation of short-circuit current in a.c. three-phase HV-systems
- Chapter 5: Influence of neutral earthing on single-phase short-circuit currents
- Chapter 6: Calculation of short-circuit currents in low-voltage systems
- Chapter 7: Double earth-fault and short-circuit currents through earth
- Chapter 8: Factors for the calculation of short-circuit currents
- Chapter 9: Calculation of short-circuit currents in d.c. auxiliary installations
- Chapter 10: Effects of short-circuit currents
- Chapter 11: Limitation of short-circuit currents
- Chapter 12: Special problems related to short-circuit currents
- Chapter 13: Data of equipment
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J. Schlabbach Professor.
University of Applied Sciences, Bielefeld, Germany.

Professor Dr-Ing Jürgen Schlabbach received his PhD in 1982 from the Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany. Until 1992 he worked as a Consultant Engineer with responsibility for the planning and design of public and industrial supply systems. Since 1992 he has worked at the University of Applied Sciences in Bielefeld, Germany as Professor for Power System Engineering and Utilisation of Renewable Energy. His main interests are power systems planning, fault analysis, power quality, interference problems and connection of renewable energy sources to power systems, and he carries out consultancy work in these fields. He is a member of the IEEE and VDI.

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