Transmission of Electrical Energy: Overhead Lines takes a computational approach through the use of the Alternative Transient Program (ATPdraw), which is a program of worldwide use. The number of exercises solved, including computer simulations with ATPdraw and source codes in MATLAB® make the work didactic and easy to assimilate, even for those readers new to the subject. The subjects presented throughout the text aims to make the reader understand and gain sufficient knowledge to analyze the operation of overhead transmission lines in a steady-state and in a transient state, besides carrying out an introductory project of a steady-state transmission line. The book can be used in both undergraduate and graduate courses in electrical engineering.
Table of Contents
ATPdraw Program. Transmission Lines: Physical Aspects. Transmission Line Parameter Calculation. Operation of Transmission Lines at Steady-State. Transmission Lines Operation at Transient State. Modal Propagation Theory.Appendix: Conductors Data.
Ailson Pereira de Moura works at the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Federal University of Ceara. He teaches in the graduation and post-graduation areas, being responsible for the following disciplines:Electrical Circuits; Electric power transmission; Power Systems Analysis; Distribution Systems Analysis (M.Sc.); Distributed Generation Network Analysis (M.Sc.).
Adriano Aron Freitas de Moura has experience in Electrical Engineering, focusing on Electrical Systems, Generation, Transmission, Electricity Distribution and Renewable Energy Sources. He is the creator and leader of the research group at UFERSA GESPER - Renewable Energy Power Systems Study Group. He teaches in the graduation and post-graduation areas, being responsible for the following disciplines: Power System Analysis; Wind Energy; Transients and Harmonics (M.Sc.); Modern Power System Analysis (M. Sc.).
Ednardo Pereira da Rocha is an assistant professor at the Federal Rural University of Semi-arid. He has the interest in the following areas of study: Electrical Power Systems; Alternative Energy Sources and Industrial Electrical Installations.