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Power system capacitors

Author: Ramasamy Natarajan
Publisher: Boca Raton, FL : Taylor & Francis, ©2005.
Series: Power engineering series.
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"The author describes the fundamentals of capacitors focused on the power factor correction, industry standards, capacitor specifications, protection of shunt capacitors, maintenance of capacitor banks, and system impact issues." -- Back cover.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ramasamy Natarajan
ISBN: 1574447106 9781574447101
OCLC Number: 301078771
Description: xxii, 552 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: 1. Introduction --
2. Capacitor fundamentals --
3. Power factor concepts --
4. Industry standards --
5. Capacitor specifications --
6. Testing of capacitors --
7. Location of shunt capacitors --
8. Power factor improvement --
9. System benefits --
10. Series capacitors --
11. Surge capacitors --
12. Capacitors for motor applications --
13. Capacitors for miscellaneous applications --
14. Static VAR compensators --
15. Protection of shunt capacitors --
16. Overcurrent protection --
17. Circuit breakers --
18. Surge protection --
19. Maintenance and troubleshooting --
20. Harmonic filtering --
21. Capacitor transformer transients --
22. Capacitor switching --
23. Induced voltages in control cables --
24. Economic analysis.
Series Title: Power engineering series.
Responsibility: Ramasamy Natarajan.
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Since transmitting reactive power over long distances is not feasible, power systems integrate power factor correction capacitors to provide local reactive power compensation. This book provides the  Read more...

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