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Feb 28, 2017

EBOOK - Power Generation Operation and Control (Allen J. Wood)


EBOOK - Điều khiển và vận hành máy phát điện - Tác giả: Allen J. Wood (658 Trang).

It has now been 17 years from the second edition (and a total of 28 years from the publishing of the first edition of this text). To say that much has changed is an understatement. As noted in the dedication, Allen Wood passed away during the preparation of this edition and a new coauthor, Gerald Sheblé, has joined Bruce Wollenberg in writing the text. Dr. Sheblé brings an expertise that is both similar and different from that of Dr. Wollenberg to this effort, and the text clearly shows a new
breadth in topics covered.
The second edition was published in 1996, which was in the midst of the period of “deregulation” or more accurately “reregulation” of the electric industry both in the United States and worldwide. New concepts such as electric power spot markets, Independent System Operators (ISOs) in the United States, and independent generation, transmission, and distribution companies are now common. Power system control centers have become much larger and cover a much larger eographic area as markets have expanded.
The U.S. government has partnered with the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (formerly the North American Electric Reliability Council) and has begun a much tighter governance of electric company practices as they affect the system’s reliability and security since the events of 9/11.
We have added several new chapters to the text to both reflect the increased importance of the topics covered and broaden the educational and engineering value of the book. Both Sheblé and Wollenberg are professors at major universities and  have developed new examples, problems, and software for the text. Both Wollenberg and Sheblé are consultants and expert witnesses to the electric energy industry. We hope this effort is of value to the readers.
Today, students and working engineers have access to much more information directly through the Internet, and if they are IEEE members can access the very extensive IEEE Explore holdings directly from their home or office computers.

1  Introduction  1
1.1  Purpose of the Course / 1
1.2  Course Scope / 2
1.3  Economic Importance / 2
1.4  Deregulation: Vertical to Horizontal / 3
1.5  Problems: New and Old / 3
1.6  Characteristics of Steam Units / 6
1.6.1  Variations in Steam Unit Characteristics / 10
1.6.2  Combined Cycle Units / 13
1.6.3  Cogeneration Plants / 14
1.6.4  Light-Water Moderated Nuclear Reactor Units / 17
1.6.5  Hydroelectric Units / 18
1.6.6  Energy Storage / 21
1.7  Renewable Energy / 22
1.7.1  Wind Power / 23
1.7.2  Cut-In Speed / 23
1.7.3  Rated Output Power and Rated Output Wind Speed / 24
1.7.4  Cut-Out Speed / 24
1.7.5  Wind Turbine Efficiency or Power Coefficient / 24
1.7.6  Solar Power / 25
APPENDIX 1A  Typical Generation Data / 26
APPENDIX 1B  Fossil Fuel Prices / 28
APPENDIX 1C  Unit Statistics / 29
References for Generation Systems / 31
Further Reading / 31

2  Industrial Organization, Managerial Economics, and Finance  35
2.1  Introduction / 35
2.2  Business Environments / 36
2.2.1  Regulated Environment / 37
2.2.2  Competitive Market Environment / 38
2.3  Theory of the Firm / 40
2.4  Competitive Market Solutions / 42
2.5  Supplier Solutions / 45
2.5.1  Supplier Costs / 46
2.5.2  Individual Supplier Curves / 46
2.5.3  Competitive Environments / 47
2.5.4  Imperfect Competition / 51
2.5.5  Other Factors / 52
2.6  Cost of Electric Energy Production / 53
2.7  Evolving Markets / 54
2.7.1  Energy Flow Diagram / 57
2.8  Multiple Company Environments / 58
2.8.1  Leontief Model: Input–Output Economics / 58
2.8.2  Scarce Fuel Resources / 60
2.9  Uncertainty and Reliability / 61
3 Economic Dispatch of Thermal Units and Methods of Solution  63
3.1  The Economic Dispatch Problem / 63
3.2 Economic Dispatch with Piecewise Linear Cost Functions / 68
3.3  LP Method / 69
3.3.1  Piecewise Linear Cost Functions / 69
3.3.2  Economic Dispatch with LP / 71
3.4  The Lambda Iteration Method / 73
3.5  Economic Dispatch Via Binary Search / 76
3.6 Economic Dispatch Using Dynamic Programming / 78
3.7  Composite Generation Production Cost Function / 81
3.8  Base Point and Participation Factors / 85
3.9 Thermal System Dispatching with Network Losses
3.10  The Concept of Locational Marginal Price (LMP) / 92
3.11  Auction Mechanisms / 95
3.11.1  PJM Incremental Price Auction as a
Graphical Solution / 95
3.11.2  Auction Theory Introduction / 98
3.11.3  Auction Mechanisms / 100
3.11.4  English (First-Price Open-Cry =Ascending) / 101
3.11.5  Dutch (Descending) / 103
3.11.6  First-Price Sealed Bid / 104
3.11.7  Vickrey (Second-Price Sealed Bid) / 105
3.11.8  All Pay (e.g., Lobbying Activity) / 105
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