3rd IEE International Conference on Reliability of Transmission and Distribution Networks (RTDN 2005)
Modern life relies on the availability of electricity and pressures on network operators to keep the power flowing have never been greater. Power networks of the future need to be even more reliable, work harder and respond in real time whilst coping with increasing embedded generation; yet more than half of the networks of 20 years time are already built. The challenge to managers and engineers is to achieve ever greater reliability with networks built from a mixture of assets at the lowest cost to customers. RTDN 2005 covers aspects of Reliability of Transmission covers topics such as diagnostic techniques, designing for reliability, condition monitoring, control & protection and risk analysis.
- Paperback | 354 pages
- 01 Feb 2005
- Institution of Engineering and Technology
- Stevenage, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Management of Large Networks - I; Management of Large Networks II; Network Innovations & Reliability - I; Future Considerations; Managing Asset Risks; Cables; Network Equipment - I; Network Equipment - II.