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Gas Insulated Substations, 2nd Edition

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Gas Insulated Substations, 2nd Edition

Hermann J. Koch (Editor)

ISBN: 978-1-119-62358-8 January 2022 Wiley-IEEE Press 816 Pages

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GAS INSULATED SUBSTATIONS

An essential reference guide to gas-insulated substations

The second edition of Gas Insulated Substations (GIS) is an all-inclusive reference guide to gas insulated substations (GIS) and its advanced technologies. Updated to the latest technical developments and applications, the guide covers basic physics of gas insulated systems, SF6 insulating gas and its alternatives, safety aspects and factors to choose GIS. GIS technology, its modular structure, control and monitoring systems, testing, installation rules and guidelines for operation, specification, and maintenance. Detailed information on various types for GIS, with 14 reference project explanations and three extensive case studies give information for the best solutions of practical applications. Special solutions using mobile substations concepts, mixed technology switchgear (MTS) with air and gas insulated technology, underground substations, and the use of special GIS substation buildings e.g., shopping centers, parking lots, city parks, business complexes’ or subway stations are explained. Future developments of GIS technology are shown for the next steps in alternatives to SF6, low power instrument transformers, and digitalization of substations.

A new chapter explains advanced technologies applied to GIS projects which cover the following; environmental issues for the substation permission process, insulation coordination studies for the network requirements including very fast transients, project scope development, risk-based asset management, health and safety impact, electromagnetic fields, SF6 decomposition byproducts and condition assessment.

Disruptive development steps in gas insulated substations technologies are also covered in this second edition. Vacuum breaking and switching technology for rated voltages of up to 500 kV is explained in detail with its physical background. Principle function and possible implementation of low power instrument transformers (LPIT) are explained and examples of applications are given. The principles of digital twin for gas insulated substations (GIS) and gas insulated transmission lines (GIL) are explained in theory and project applications show the practical use and advantage. The wide and fast-growing technical field of offshore GIS applications for AC and DC is explained on many examples and gives information on special requirements when getting offshore. Theoretical requirements on DC gas insulated systems, methods of testing, prototype installation tests, modular design features, and advantages in applications are given. Finally, impact and advantages of digital substations using GIS are explained.

Key features:

  • Written by leading GIS experts involved in development and project applications
  • Discusses practical and theoretical aspects
  • Detailed material of GIS for new and experienced GIS users, and project planners
  • Invaluable guide to practicing electrical, mechanical and civil engineers as well as third- and fourth-year electric power engineering students

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Editor biography

Contributors

Foreword

Acknowledgements

Chapter 1: Introduction

Author 1st edition: Hermann Koch and John Brunke

Reviewer 1st edition: Phil Bolin, Devki Sharma, Jim Massura George Becker Scott Scharf, Michael Novev and James Massura

Chapter 2: Basic Information

Author 1st edition: Hermann Koch, John H. Brunke and John Boggess

Reviewer 1st edition: Phil Bolin, Hermann Koch, Devki Sharma, Markus Etter, Scott Scharf, George Becker, Noboru Fujimoto, Dave Giegel, Ed Crocket, Shawn Lav, Jim Massura., Tony Lim, Ricardo Arredondo, Chuck Hand Michael Novev, Pathik Patel and James Massura

Author 2nd edition: Dave Giegel, Hermann Koch, George Becker and Pathik Patel

Co-Author 2nd edition: Peter Grossmann

Reviewer 2nd edition: Arnaud Ficheux, George Becker, Pathik Patel, John Brunke, Michael Novev, Scott Scharf and Nick Matone

Chapter 3: Technology

Author 1st edition: Hermann Koch, George Becker, Xi Zhu, Devki Sharma, Arnaud Ficheux and Dave Lin

Reviewer 1st edition: Phil Bolin, Hermann Koch, Devki Sharma, Markus Etter, Scott Scharf, Patrick Fitzgerald, George Becker, Toni Lin, Chuck Hand, Xi Zhu, Noboru Fujimoto, Dave Giegel, Eduard Crockett, Pravakar Samanta, John Brunke, Michael Novev, Pathi Patel, George Becker and Arnaud Ficheux

Author 2nd edition: Dave Solhtalab, George Becker and Xi Zhu

Co-Author 2nd edition: Vipul Bhagat

Reviewer 2nd edition: Scott Scharf, Michael Novev and Nick Matone

Chapter 4: Control and Monitoring

Authors: 1st edition Hermann Koch, Noboru Fujimoto and Pravakar Samanta

Reviewers: 1st edition: Noboru Fujimoto, Hermann Koch, Pravakar Samanta, Arnaud Ficheux, Xi Zhu, John Brunke, Devki Sharma, Dave Solhtalab and Michael Novev

Chapter 5: Testing

Authors: 1st edition Peter Grossmann, and Charles L Hand

Reviewers: 1st edition Phil Bolin, Xi Zhu, Noboru Fujimoto, Dave Solhtalab, Jim Massura, Eduard Crockett, Hermann Koch, Michael Novev, Patrick Fitzgerald and James Massura

Author 2nd edition: Dave Giegel and Coboyo Bodjona

Reviewer 2nd edition: Hermann Koch

Chapter 6: Installation

Authors: 1st edition Hermann Koch, Richard Jones, and James Massura

Reviewers: 1st edition: Phil Bolin, John H. Brunke, Devki Sharma, Peter Grossmann, Michael Novev and Pravakar Samanta

2nd edition John Brunke, Michael Novev, and Pravakar Samanta

Chapter 7: Operation and Maintenance

Authors: 1st edition Hermann Koch, Charles L Hand, Arnaud Ficheux, Richard Jones, and Ravi Dhara,

Reviewers: 1st edition: Phil Bolin, Noboru Fujimoto, Dave Solhtalab, Richard Jones

Devki Sharma, George Becker, Hermann Koch and Coboyo Bodyona

Author 2nd edition: Richard Jones

Reviewer 2nd edition: Ryan Stone, Patrick Fitzgerald, Gerd Ottehenning and Hermann Koch

Chapter 8: Applications

Authors: 1st edition Hermann Koch, William Labos, Peter Grossmann, Arun Arora, and Dave Solhtalab,

Reviewer: 1st edition Phil Bolin, Hermann Koch, Devki Sharma, Ewald Warzecha, George Becker, John Brunke, Peter Grossmann, Arnaud Ficheux, Pravakar Samanta, Scott Scharf, Ravi Dhara, Chuck Hands, Michael Novev and Ryan Stone

Author 2nd edition: Hermann Koch and Dave Mitchell

Reviewer 2nd edition Denis Steyn, Petr Rudenko, Stefan Schedl, Scott Scharf, Mark Kuschel and Bala Kotharu

Chapter 9: Other Topics

Authors: 1st edition Hermann Koch, Venkatesh Minisandram, Arnaud Ficheux,

George Becker, Noboru Fujimoto, and Jorge Marquez-Sanchez,

Reviewers: 1st Edition George Becker, Devki Sharma, Noboru Fujimoto, Venkatesh Minisandram, Phil Bolin, Pravakar Samanta, Hermann Koch, Linda Zhao, Xi Zhu, John Brunke, Richard Jones, Linda Zhao, David Lin, Devki Sharma, Patrick Fitzgerald, Michael Novev, Pablo Gonzales Toza and Bala Kotharu

Author 2nd edition: Hermann Koch, Maria Kosse and George Becker

Co-Author 2nd edition: George Becker, Mark Kuschel, Aron Heck, Dirk Helbig and Uwe Riechert

Reviewer 2nd edition: John Brunke, James Massura, Hermann Koch, Dirk Helbig, George Becker, Mark Kuschel, Arnaud Ficheux, Robert Luscher, Aron Heck, Michael Novev and Bala Kotharu

Chapter 10: Conclusion

Hermann Koch

Reviewer: Dave Solhtalab

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