3 edition of Automating electric utility distribution systems found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited and compiled by P.A. Gnadt and J.S. Lawler ; technical editor, E.W. Whitfield.|
|Series||Prentice Hall advanced reference series.|
|Contributions||Gnadt, P. A., Lawler, J. S., Whitfield, E. W.|
|LC Classifications||TK3091 .A78 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 255 p. :|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||89048286|
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Distribution Automation Handbook (prototype) Elements of power d istribution systems 1MRS 4 3 ELEMENTS OF POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS Primary Distribution Substations A primary distribution substation is the connection point of a distribution system to a trans-mission or a sub-transmission network.
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In an effort to gain this consistency, Dominion Energy Virginia and Dominion Energy North Carolina (the "Company") in addition to the Terms and Conditions on file with the appropriate Commission, has.Distribution automation (DA) is a family of technologies, including sensors, processors, information and communication networks, and switches, through which a utility can collect, automate, analyze, and optimize data to improve the operational efficiency of its distribution power system.Page 1 Underground Power Distribution Underground Power Distribution is used by utilities in areas where overhead distribution systems are not acceptable due to physical limitations, environmental considerations, or aesthetic reasons.