Transmission Networks Reliability Assessment

Publication Title Name :Transmission Networks Reliability Assessment /
Publication year :Thesis 1980
Publication Address :ElSobky, Mohamed Salah.
Main Category :Engineering
Main & Sub Category :621 Applied physics - Reliability (Engineering)
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Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC)No :621.3
Article Title :Transmission Networks Reliability Assessment /
Statement of responsibility :Mohamed Salah ElSobky ; Supervised by M. S. Abou Hussein, Salah M. El Sobki.
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Date of publication :1980.
Publication Extent :194 p. :
Publication Dimensions :20 cm.
Topical term :Reliability (Engineering)
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ISBN :12225061
Original BibID :FLS
Date and time of last modification :20160717100725.0
General informatio :/ c)1980. a)194 p. : b)ill. ; c)20 cm. a)Reliability (Engineering)/El Sobki, Salah M., / Supervisor. Abou Hussein, M. S., / Supervisor. Cairo University. / Faculty of Engineering./a)Includes bibliographical references./a)Abou Hussein, M. S., e)Supervisor. a)El Sobki, Salah M., e)Supervisor. a)Cairo University. b)Faculty of Engineering./تقييم درجة الاعتمادية لشبكات النقل الكهربية a)تقييم درجة الاعتمادية لشبكات النقل الكهربية The main objective of any power system is to secure the timely supply needs of its consumers at minimum cost and satisfies a reasonable rate of return. Also, the power system should be planned and desgned to ensure an accep-able quality of supply.The quality of supply is usually defined by a predifined range of voltage and frequency fluctuations; in addition to an acceptable rcliability level.The reliability level of a supply is defined by the percentage of time the supply is available, which inturn depends upon the composite reliability of the powcr system netowrk and the generation facilities.It should be noted that the higher the reliability level, the bigger the system capacity necessary to supply a fixed load, and consequently the higher the system investmen t will be. On the other hand, the lower the reliability level the higher the expected unserved energy which will adversely affect the Gross National Product (GNP).In our Egyptian Unified Power System (UPS), the installed generating capacity is over 4000 MW out of wh Lcf 2500 li.VI is hydro./a)The main objective of any power system is to secure the timely supply needs of its consumers at minimum cost and satisfies a reasonable rate of return. Also, the power system should be planned and desgned to ensure an accep-able quality of supply.The quality of supply is usually defined by a predifined range of voltage and frequency fluctuations; in addition to an acceptable rcliability level.The reliability level of a supply is defined by the percentage of time the supply is available, which inturn depends upon the composite reliability of the powcr system netowrk and the generation facilities.It should be noted that the higher the reliability level, the bigger the system capacity necessary to supply a fixed load, and consequently the higher the system investmen t will be. On the other hand, the lower the reliability level the higher the expected unserved energy which will adversely affect the Gross National Product (GNP).In our Egyptian Unified Power System (UPS), the installed generating capacity is over 4000 MW out of wh Lcf 2500 li.VI is hydro./ Thesis (M.Sc.) – Cairo University. Faculty of Engineering. a)Thesis (M.Sc.) – Cairo University. Faculty of Engineering. a)Text in English, Summaries in English and Arabic. 1)M.Sc. 2)master/
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DDC No :2)21 a)621.3
Personal Name :a)ElSobky, Mohamed Salah.
Publication data field :a)Transmission Networks Reliability Assessment / c)Mohamed Salah ElSobky ; Supervised by M. S. Abou Hussein, Salah M. El Sobki.
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Language Code :a)EG EULC c)EG EULC a)eng b)eng b)ara
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