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Electric Power Transformer Engineering Handbook 2nd Version

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Editor of Electric Power Transformer Engineering Handbook

James H. Harlow is self-employed as principal of Harlow Engineering Associates, consulting with the electrical energy trade since 1996. Earlier than this, he had 34 years of trade expertise with Siemens (and its predecessor firm Allis-Chalmers) and Beckwith Electric.

Whereas at these corporations, he managed or performed groundbreaking tasks that blended electronics into energy transformer purposes.

Two such tasks have been the introduction of the primary clever digital system utilized in amount in utility substation environments and a power-thyristor-based product for arc mitigation for load faucet altering in energy step-voltage regulators.

Harlow obtained his BSEE from Lafayette Faculty, MBA (statistics) from Jacksonville State College, and MS (electrical energy) from Mississippi State College.

In 1982, he joined the IEEE–PES Transformers Committee serving in varied capacities earlier than changing into an officer, culminating as chair of the committee (1994–1995). On this capability, he exercised oversight of all energy transformer requirements sponsored by the IEEE.

Throughout this era, he served on the IEEE delegation to the ANSI C57 Predominant Committee (Transformers).

As chair of the transformers committee, he was a member of the IEEE–PES Technical Council, the assemblage of leaders of the 17 technical committees that comprise the IEEE Power Engineering Society.

His continued involvement led to serving as PES vice chairman of technical actions and chair of the technical council throughout 2001–2002.

Harlow has authored greater than 30 technical articles and papers moreover serving as editor of the transformer part of the 2001 version of The Electric Power Engineering Handbook, CRC Press.

His editorial contribution inside this handbook is the part on his specialty, ‘‘LTC Management and Transformer Paralleling.’’ A holder of 5 U.S. patents, Harlow is a registered skilled engineer and a life senior member of the IEEE.

Electric Power Transformer Engineering Contents


  • Principle and Rules
  • Power Transformers
  • Distribution Transformers
  • Part-Shifting Transformers
  • Rectifier Transformers
  • Dry-Kind Transformers
  • Instrument Transformers
  • Step-Voltage Regulators
  • Fixed-Voltage Transformers
  • Reactors
  • Insulating Media
  • Electrical Bushings
  • Load Faucet Changers
  • Loading and Thermal Efficiency
  • Transformer Connections
  • Transformer Testing
  • Load-Faucet-Change Management and Transformer Paralleling
  • Power Transformer Safety
  • Causes and Results of Transformer Sound Ranges
  • Transient-Voltage Response
  • Transformer Set up and Upkeep
  • Drawback and Failure Investigation
  • On-Line Monitoring of Liquid-Immersed Transformers
  • The USA Power Transformer Tools Requirements and Processes

Preface to Electric Power Transformer Engineering Handbook


It’s acceptable that I first acknowledge my appreciation to Professor Leo Grigsby for inviting me to arrange the chapter on energy transformers for the primary version (2001) of his now highly regarded Electric Power Engineering Handbook.

From this developed the popularity that two chapters from the 2001 Handbook, these for (1) substations and (2) transformers, could possibly be extracted, expanded, and be supplied as stand-alone books whereas retaining the composite affiliation with Professor Grigsby’s total work.

Thus, the primary version of Electric Power Transformer Engineering was supplied by CRC Press in 2004. As editor of the guide, my cost to the chapter authors was to direct their messages to engineers who know the fundamental physics, or purposes, or possess hands-on working data of energy transformers.

Thus, it’s believed that each one individuals with an influence transformer background expertise, be they merely curious, seasoned professionals, or acknowledged consultants, will discover a lot within the guide with which to narrate, and that each one such readers will glean materials acceptable to their particular person diploma of experience. The guide is split into three teams:

Chapter 1. Principle and Rules Illustrate to electrical engineers the related theories and rules (ideas and arithmetic) of energy transformers

Chapters 2 by 10 Dedicate a whole chapter to every of 9 specific embodiments of energy transformers and carefully associated equipment.

  • Power Transformers.
  • Distribution Transformers.
  • Part-Shifting Transformers.
  • Rectifier Transformers. Dry-Kind Transformers.
  • Instrument Transformers.
  • Step-Voltage Regulators.
  • Fixed-Voltage Transformers.

Reactors Chapters 11 by 24 Delves into 14 ancillary matters which can be elementary to the operation or design of the fundamental transformer.

  • Insulating Media
  • Electrical Bushings
  • Load Faucet Changers
  • Loading and Thermal Efficiency
  • Transformer Connections
  • .Transformer Testing
  • Load-Faucet-Change Management and Transformer Paralleling
  • Power Transformer Safety
  • Causes and Results of Transformer Sound Ranges
  • Transient-Voltage Response
  • Transformer Set up and Upkeep
  • Drawback and Failure Investigation
  • On-Line Monitoring of Liquid-Immersed Transformers
  • The USA Power Transformer Tools Requirements and Processes

Typical of every chapter are pictures, equations, and tabular knowledge acceptable to the dialogue.

Personally, the way by which I’ve been most helpful to the manufacturing of this guide is just by advantage of the long-standing (and all the time most pleasant) affiliation I’ve had with the consultants who’re the chapter authors.

Every creator has enthusiastically supported the hassle. This reveals a window into the unselfish perspective of the neighborhood of energy transformer engineers, with out whom this guide wouldn’t have been doable.

Electric Power Transformer Engineering, Third Edition PDF

Author(s): James H. Harlow

Series: The Electric Power Engineering Handbook

Publisher: CRC Press, Year: 2012

ISBN: 143985629X, 9781439856291

Description:
Electric Power Transformer Engineering, Third Edition expounds the latest information and developments to engineers who are familiar with basic principles and applications, perhaps including a hands-on working knowledge of power transformers. Targeting all from the merely curious to seasoned professionals and acknowledged experts, its content is structured to enable readers to easily access essential material in order to appreciate the many facets of an electric power transformer.
Topically structured in three parts, the book:
– Illustrates for electrical engineers the relevant theories and principles (concepts and mathematics) of power transformers
– Devotes complete chapters to each of 10 particular embodiments of power transformers, including power, distribution, phase-shifting, rectifier, dry-type, and instrument transformers, as well as step-voltage regulators, constant-voltage transformers, transformers for wind turbine generators and photovoltaic applications, and reactors
– Addresses 14 ancillary topics including insulation, bushings, load tap changers, thermal performance, testing, protection, audible sound, failure analysis, installation and maintenance and more

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