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Guide to electric power transmission

Author: Anthony J Pansini; Kenneth D Smalling
Publisher: Tulsa, Okla. : PennWell Pub. Co., 1998.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The electric utility industry is coping with significant changes brought on by deregulation, industry restructuring, consumer choice, and increasing costs of new generation capacity. The advent of independent power producers and access to transmission systems owned and operated by utilities adds complexity to these issues."--BOOK JACKET. "A primary concern is matching consumer loads with capacity to supply energy  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Anthony J Pansini; Kenneth D Smalling
ISBN: 0878147322 9780878147328
OCLC Number: 40852488
Notes: Includes index.
Description: vii, 263 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. General Concepts --
2. Overhead Construction --
3. Underground Construction --
4. Substations --
5. Extra-High Voltage and Direct-Current Transmission --
6. Dynamic Capabilities --
App. A. Environmental Considerations --
App. B. Guide for Uprating Transmission Structures for Higher Operating Voltages --
App. C. Basic Electricity --
App. D. Electrical Power Glossary --
App. E. Electric Utility Ownership and Operation --
App. F. The Electric Utility System --
App. G. Meter Reading --
App. H. Porcelain vs. Polymer Insulation.
Other Titles: Basics of electric power transmission
Responsibility: A.J. Pansini, K.D. Smalling.

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"The electric utility industry is coping with significant changes brought on by deregulation, industry restructuring, consumer choice, and increasing costs of new generation capacity. The advent of independent power producers and access to transmission systems owned and operated by utilities adds complexity to these issues."--BOOK JACKET. "A primary concern is matching consumer loads with capacity to supply energy in an economical and reliable manner. An important technology to facilitate this is electric load management - managing consumer loads, and ultimately system loads, by various strategies and techniques. This book provides a general knowledge of demand control and energy conservation generically referred to as electric load management."--Jacket.

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