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  • ISBN 978-93-83733-71-2
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  • Chapter-1Introduction: Smart Grid

    Introduction, Evolution of Electric Grid, Smart Grid Concept, Need of Smart Grid, Features of the Smart Grid,  Smart Grid Characteristics,  Smart Grid Drivers,  Key Drivers of the Smart Grid, Global Drivers,  Drivers in Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) Countries,  Functions of Smart Grid,  Opportunities of Smart Grid,  Challenges in Implementation of Smart Grid,  Technical Challenges for Development of Smart Grid in India,  Smart Grid Benefits,  Estimated Benefits,  Economic Benefits,  Service Benefits,  Environmental Benefits, Scope of Smart Grid,  Difference between Conventional and Smart Grid,  Concept of Resilient, Resilience of Smart Grid Functions, Self-Healing Grid,  Smart Grid Implementation,  Present Development and International policies in Smart Grid , Diverse Perspectives from Experts and Global Smart Grid Initiatives,  Summary,  Review Questions


    Chapter 2 Smart Grid Technologies

    Introduction, Technology Drivers,  Smart Substation,  Classifications of Substations, Elements of Substation,  Objectives of Smart Substation, Functions of Smart Substation, Sub-Station Automation, Drivers of Substation Automation, Benefits of Substation Automation, Functions of Substation Automation System,  Feeder Automation, Applications of Feeder Automation, Energy Management System (EMS) , System Design, Mechanism of Smart Energy System, Flexible Alternating Current Transmission Systems (FACTS), Static Var Compensator (SVC) , Thyristor-Controlled Series Capacitor (TCSC),  Phase-Shifting Transformer (PST), Static Synchronous Compensator (STATCOM), Static Synchronous Series Compensator (SSSC),  Wide Area Monitoring, Wide Area Monitoring Protection and Control (WAMPAC) System, High Voltage Direct Current Transmission (HVDC), Types of HVDC Link, DMS Technology for the Smart Grid, Volt/Var Optimization Improves Grid Efficiency, Fault Detection Isolation and Restoration (FDIR), Outage Management, Phase Shifting Transformers, Plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV), Summary, Review Questions

    Chapter 3 Smart Meters and Advanced Metering

    Introduction, Smart Meter, The Smart Grid and Smart Meter Systems, Smart Meter Technologies, Benefits of Smart Meters, Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), Need of AMI, Drivers of AMI, Technologies for AMI, Protocols of AMI, Benefits of AMI, Standards and Initiatives of AMI, Developments in AMI, Deployment Approaches in AMI, Phasor Measurement Unit (PMU), Features of PMUs, Fundamentals of PMUs, Phasor Measurement Concepts, Synchrophasor Definition and Measurements, Applications of PMUs in Power Systems, Outlook of PMUs,   The Global Positioning Satellite (GPS) Systems, Main strategy of PMU placement Based on Power Systems Intrinsic Characteristics, The Comparisons between SCADA system and PMUs System, Intelligent Electronic Devices,  Functions of an IED,  Advantages of an IED,  Summary,  Review Questions

    Chapter 4 Power Quality in Smart Grid

    Introduction,  Power Quality,  Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC), Relation Between Voltage Quality and EMC, EMC in Power System, Field Experiences with Smart Grid Technology, Voltage Quality Planning Levels, Power Quality Standard, Effect of Power Quality Problems, Power Quality Issues of Grid Connected Renewable Energy Sources, Causes Of Low Power Quality,  Issues of Renewable Energy Sources Systems–Grid Integration,  Issues and Challenges of RES-Grid Integration,  Various Solutions of RES Utilization, Power Quality Conditioner (PQC),  Principle of PQC, Control Circuit of PQC, Series Compensation Control Circuit,  Power Quality Monitoring, Monitoring Considerations, Permanent Power Quality Monitoring Equipment,  Summary,  Review Questions

    Chapter 5 Smart Grid Applications

    Introduction,  Local Area Network (LAN), Objectives of LAN,  LAN Technologies,  Home Area Network (HAN), Components of HAN, HAN Technologies, Wide Area Network (WAN), Types of Connection in WAN, WAN Devices, Broadband Over Power Lines (BPL), Features of BPL, Working of BPL, IP based Protocol,  Need of Internet Protocol, Goals of IP, Internet Protocol (IP) Based Networks, Cloud Computing, Cyber Security for Smart Grid, Need of Secure Smart Grid, Objectives and Requirements of Cyber Security, Network Security Threats in the Smart Grid


    Review Questions