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    DESIGN OF RELIABLE INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL POWER SYSTEMS

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    Published date:  25-06-2007

    Publisher:  Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers

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    Chapter 1 - Introduction
       1.1 Objectives and scope
       1.2 Summary of contents of each chapter
       1.3 How to use this book
       1.4 Normative references
    Chapter 2 - Basic concepts of reliability
       2.1 Introduction
       2.2 Definitions
       2.3 Calculation reference
       2.4 Acronyms and abbreviations
       2.5 Review of basic probability
       2.6 Reliability and availability
       2.7 Defining frequency and duration of outages and
            interruptions, lambda, MTBF
       2.8 Probability distributions
       2.9 Methods of reliability and availability analysis
       2.10 Performing reliability and availability analyses
       2.11 Bibliography
    Chapter 3 - Planning and design
       3.1 Introduction
       3.2 Fundamentals of power system reliability evaluation
       3.3 Examples of reliability and availability analysis of
            common low-voltage industrial power distribution systems
       3.4 Cost of power outages
       3.5 IEEE Gold Book Standard Network
       3.6 Normative references
       3.7 Biography
    Chapter 4 - Evaluating and improving the reliability of an
                existing electrical system
       4.1 Introduction
       4.2 Evaluation methodology
       4.3 Utility supply availability
       4.4 Configuration
       4.5 Assessing control and protection
       4.6 Physical assessment
       4.7 Operations and maintenance
       4.8 Other vulnerable areas
       4.9 Conclusion
       4.10 Normative references
       4.11 Bibliography
    Chapter 5 - Preventive maintenance
       5.1 Introduction
       5.2 Relationship of maintenance practice and equipment failure
       5.3 Equipment preventive maintenance
       5.4 Design for preventive maintenance
       5.5 Reliability centered maintenance
       5.6 Relationship of RCM to other disciplines
       5.7 RCM implementation plan
       5.8 Data collection requirements
       5.9 Bibliography
    Chapter 6 - Emergency and standby power
       6.1 Introduction
       6.2 Emergency and standby power supply types
       6.3 Conclusions
       6.4 Normative references
    Chapter 7 - Voltage sag analysis
       7.1 Introduction
       7.2 Voltage sag characteristics and reporting
       7.3 Equipment susceptibility to voltage sags
       7.4 Line faults-A major cause for voltage sags
       7.5 Voltage sag predictions
       7.6 Methods of stochastic prediction of voltage sags
       7.7 Examples for rectangular sag calculations
       7.8 Nonrectangular sags
       7.9 Development of voltage sag coordination charts
       7.11 Economic costs of voltage sags
       7.12 Conclusions and future work
       7.13 Normative references
       7.14 Bibliography
    Chapter 8 - 7 X 24 continuous power facilities
       8.1 Introduction
       8.2 Special equipment to support continuous operation
       8.3 Defining failure in a 7 X 24 facility
       8.4 Reliability and availability as tools in evaluation
            of critical facilities
       8.5 Critical distribution system configurations
       8.6 Reliability and availability of critical distribution
            system configurations
       8.7 Normative references
       8.8 Bibliography
    Chapter 9 - Reliability and maintainability verification
       9.1 Introduction
       9.2 Definition of success ratio
       9.3 Acceptance sampling plan
       9.4 Minimizing manufacturer and customer risks
       9.5 Sequential testing plan
       9.6 Development of a sequential testing plan
       9.7 Compliance sequential test acceptance limits
       9.8 Compliance sequential test rejection limits
       9.9 Case study
       9.10 Discussion of sequential tests
       9.11 Conclusion
       9.12 Normative references
       9.13 Bibliography
    Chapter 10 - Summary of equipment reliability data
       10.1 Introduction
       10.2 Part 1: Mechanical and electrical equipment reliability
            and availability data collection conducted between 1990
            and 1993
       10.3 Part 2: Equipment reliability surveys (1976-1989)
       10.4 Part 3: Equipment reliability surveys conducted prior to 1976
       10.5 Bibliography
    Chapter 11 - Data collection
       11.1 Data collection
       11.2 Facility identification data
       11.3 Facility one-line drawings
       11.4 Nameplate information
       11.5 Critical equipment designation and sparing
       11.6 Maintenance data
       11.7 Data forms
    Annex 11A - Data collection forms
    Annexes A-Q
    Index

    Abstract - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    The objective of this book is to present the fundamentals of reliability analysis applied to the planning and design of industrial and commercial electric power distribution systems.

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    Development Note Supersedes IEEE DRAFT 493. (09/2007)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers
    Status Current
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