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Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing and Dynamic Rating of Power Cables


Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing and Dynamic Rating of Power Cables


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von: Sudhakar Cherukupalli, George J. Anders

103,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 07.10.2019
ISBN/EAN: 9781119487715
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 240

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A guide to the physics of Dynamic Temperature Sensing (DTS) measurements including practical information about procedures and applications Distributed Fiber Sensing and Dynamic Ratings of Power Cable offers a comprehensive review of the physics of dynamic temperature sensing measurements (DTS), examines its functioning, and explores possible applications. The expert authors describe the available fiber optic cables, their construction, and methods of installation. The book also includes a discussion on the variety of testing methods with information on the advantages and disadvantages of each. The book reviews the application of the DTS systems in a utility environment, and highlights the possible placement of the fiber optic cable. The authors offer a detailed explanation of the cable ampacity (current rating) calculations and examines how the measured fiber temperature is used to obtain the dynamic cable rating information in real time. In addition, the book details the leading RTTR suppliers, including the verification methods they used before their products come to market. Information on future applications of the DTS technology in other aspects of power system operation is also discussed. This important book:  •    Explains the required calibration procedures and utility performance tests needed after the installation of a DTS system •    Includes information on the various practical aspects of communicating measured and computed quantities to the transmission system operator •    Reviews possible applications of the technology to fault location, vibration monitoring, and general surveying of land and submarine cable routes  Written for cable engineers and manufacturers, Distributed Fiber Sensing and Dynamic Ratings of Power Cable is an authoritative guide to the physics of DTS measurements and contains information about costs, installation procedures, maintenance, and various applications.
SUDHAKAR CHERUKUPALLI, PhD, is a Principal Engineer and Manager in BC Hydro's Transmission Engineering department. He has extensive experience in design, installation, and testing of transmission and distribution cables, and accessories. He has authored and coauthored more than 40 technical publications. He has contributed to several CIGRE Working Groups and the development of many IEEE Standards. In 2016 he received the IEEE-SA Standards Medallion for his contribution to the development of many IEEE Standards. He has been actively interested in Distributed Fiber Sensing since the early 1990s. GEORGE J. ANDERS, PhD, is president of Anders Consulting Inc. in Toronto. He is also a professor in the Faculty of Electrical and Electronic Engineering of the Technical University of Lodz in Poland. He is the recepient of the 2016 IEEE Herman Halperin Award in Transmission and Distribution and the 2018 IEEE Roy Billinton Award in Power System Reliability.
A guide to the physics of Dynamic Temperature Sensing (DTS) measurements including practical information about procedures and applications Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing and Dynamic Rating of Power Cables offers a comprehensive review of the physics of dynamic temperature sensing measurements (DTS), examines its functioning, and explores possible applications in electric power cables. The expert authors describe the available fiber optic cables, their construction, and methods of installation. The book also includes a discussion on the variety of testing methods in the context of electric utility applications with information on the advantages and disadvantages of each. The book reviews the application of DTS systems in an electrical utility environment, and highlights the possible placement of the fiber optic cable. The authors offer a detailed explanation of the cable ampacity (current rating) calculations and examine how the measured fiber temperature is used to obtain the dynamic cable rating information in real time. In addition, the book details the leading RTTR suppliers, including the verification methods they used before their products come to market. Information on future applications of DTS technology in other aspects of power system operation is also discussed. This important book: Explains the required calibration procedures and utility performance tests needed after the installation of a DTS system Includes information on the various practical aspects of communicating measured and computed quantities to the transmission system operator Reviews possible applications of the technology to fault location, vibration monitoring, and general surveying of land and submarine cable routes Written for cable engineers and manufacturers, Distributed Fiber Optic Sensing and Dynamic Rating of Power Cables is an authoritative guide to the physics of DTS measurements and contains information about costs, installation procedures, maintenance, and various applications.

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