Control and Automation of Electrical Power Distribution Systems, Second Edition
Edited by James Northcote-Green, Robert G. Wilson
CRC Press – 2013 – 550 pages
Implementing the automation of electric distribution networks, from simple remote control to the application of software-based decision tools, requires many considerations, such as assessing costs, selecting the control infrastructure type and automation level, deciding on the ambition level, and justifying the solution through a business case. This second edition addresses all of these issues to help you resolve automation problems and improve the management of your distribution network. Bringing together automation concepts as they apply to utility distribution systems, the book presents the theoretical and practical details of a control and automation solution for the entire distribution system of substations and feeders. This second edition includes updated chapters and three new chapters.