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• Power transfer is a very important area
of a power system. In this part it is dealt with in detail for both LV and
HV systems and for all current ratings. For large to very large ratings, skin
and proximity effects are also discussed to arrive at a design to transfer
large amounts of power, without great loss, voltage drop or voltage unbalance.
Technical data and current ratings for various sizes and sections of copper
and aluminum are provided. The text provides material to design, engineer,
manufacture and test a bus system of any current and voltage rating.
This part specifically deals with
• Design parameters
• Sandwich, compact and partially isolated low loss bus systems
• Short-circuit effects
• Electrodynamic and electromagnetic forces
• Effects of proximity and reducing this by phase interleaving or phase transposition
• Designing a reactor for the middle phase to balance a large unbalanced current-carrying system
• Recommended practices to mount buses and make bus connections
• A detailed discussion on the isolated phase bus system concentrating on continuous enclosures and their design aspects
• Sample calculation to design an IPB
• Testing of bus systems.