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Power Quality in Future Electrical Power Systems. Energy Engineering

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Power quality is necessary for electrical systems to operate in their intended manner without any deterioration of performance. This book highlights the new emerging challenges of power quality due to the penetration of large-scale renewable energy generation technologies, the advances in nonlinear loads, the increased electricity demands in the deregulated market, and the recent requirements of smart grids that need better hierarchical design with enhanced quality, improved controllability, higher reliability, and security. Novel research that links the past, present and future of electrical power grids from a power quality perspective is also introduced. Topics include power quality definitions; frequency-domain power theory and metering of harmonic pollution responsibility; active and passive harmonic filters; shunt flexible AC transmission; power quality improvement using series FACTS; distributed generation systems; islanding scenario generation algorithm; decentralised voltage control in smart grids; techno-economic issues of power quality; economic robust programming for energy management systems; and future trends in power quality.

Power Quality in Future Electrical Power Systems is a tool for planners, designers, operators and practicing engineers of electrical power systems who are concerned with power network quality, reliability, and security. It is essential reading for postgraduate students, engineers, academics, and researchers who have some background in electrical power systems.

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- Chapter 1: Power quality definitions
- Chapter 2: Frequency-domain power theory and metering of harmonic pollution responsibility
- Chapter 3: Passive harmonic filters
- Chapter 4: Active harmonic filters
- Chapter 5: Shunt flexible a.c. transmission
- Chapter 6: Power-quality improvement using series FACTS
- Chapter 7: Distributed generation systems
- Chapter 8: Backward-forward sweep-based islanding scenario generation algorithm for defensive splitting of radial distribution systems
- Chapter 9: Decentralised voltage control in smart grids
- Chapter 10: Techno-economic issues of power quality
- Chapter 11: An economic robust programming approach for the design of energy management systems
- Chapter 12: Future trends in power quality
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Ahmed F. Zobaa Senior Lecturer.
Institute of Energy Futures, Brunel University, UK.

Ahmed F. Zobaa is a Senior Lecturer, and a Full Member of the Institute of Energy Futures at Brunel University London, UK. His major areas of expertise are power quality, renewable energy and smart grids. Dr Zobaa is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy of UK. He is a Fellow of the IET, the Energy Institute, the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers, the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, and the African Academy of Science.

Shady Hossam Eldeen Abdel Aleem Assistant Professor.
15th of May Higher Institute of Engineering, Egypt.

Shady Hossam Eldeen Abdel Aleem is an Assistant Professor at the 15th of May Higher Institute of Engineering, Egypt, where he works in the fields of electric machines, optimisation problems, power quality, electric circuits, and engineering mechanics. Dr Shady is a member of the IEEE and the IET, and is Editor of International Journal of Renewable Energy Technology.

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