Electrical Power Supply and Distribution


Electrical Power Supply and Distribution

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TOC

1. GENERAL
Purpose
Scope
References
Standards and Codes
Power Supply Design Criteria
Electrical Power Sytems
Design Procedures
Evaluation and Selection of Energy Systems
Design Analysis
Service Conditions
Explanation of Abbreviations and Terms

2. ELECTRICAL POWER REQUIREMENTS
General
Load Estimation

3. VOLTAGE SELECTION
General
System Voltage Classifications
Selection of Primary Distribution Voltage for New Installations
Selection of Primary Distribution Voltage for Existing Installations
Commercial Power for Air Force Installations
Selection of Primary Distribution Voltage for Air Force Installations

4. MAIN ELECTRIC SUPPLY STATIONS/SUBSTATIONS
Provisions
Ownership
Station Designation and Elements
Main Electric Supply Station/Substation
Environmental Aspects
Incoming Line Switching Equipment
Substation Equipment
Miscellaneous Station Design Criteria
Substation Equipment at Air Force Installations

5. ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION LINES
Selection
Types of Underground Lines
Types of Aerial Lines
Voltage Drop
Power Factor Correction
Medium-Voltage Circuits
Pad-Mounted Line Sectionalizing Equipment
Joint Electrical/Communication Lines for Air Force Installation
6. AERIAL DISTRIBUTION LINES
General
Installation Considerations
Conductors
Poles
Circuit Configurations
Insulators
Guying
Miscellaneous Items
Air Force Installations

7. UNDERGROUND DISTRIBUTION LINES
General
Cable
Duct Lines
Manholes, Handholes, and Pullboxes
Direct-Burial Cable Installations

8. TRANSFORMER INSTALLATIONS
Definitions
Installation of Distribution-to-Utilization Voltage Transformers
Installation of Transmission-to-Distribution Voltage Transformers
Transformer Dielectrics
Transformer Characteristics
Amorphous Metal-Core Transformers
Transformers at Air Force Installations

9. SURGE PROTECTION AND GROUNDING
Voltage Surges and Potential Gradients
Methods of Controlling Voltage Surges and Potential Gradients
Ground Electrodes
Grounding Details and Requirements

10. ROADWAY AND AREA LIGHTING
General
Roadway Lighting Design
Area Lighting Design
Walkway and Bikeway Lighting Design
Light Sources
Lighting Control and Wiring System

11. SECURITY LIGHTING
General
Authorization
Use of Security Lighting Systems
Types of Areas to be Lighted
Lighting Guidelines
Light Sources
Electrical Power Sources
Luminaries
Wiring and Control
Field Measurement

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    Politicians of the world cannot bring peace in Afghanistan by sending troops, the best alternative to advance technology and find job opportunities for Masses not few bankrupt leaders. Lets’ join together and help human worldwide through knowledge not sending troops. Regards, Prof. N. M. Karyar

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    1. Lisa maree

      So true. Unfortunately mankinds greed and hunger for power and controll will continue it’s destruction of the planet and slaughter all life.

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