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He published ismqil books in German, English and Turkish and more than 64 international scientific publications. He has more than 18 years of professional experience in planning and design of electrical power systems. Radial Network Example 2: Proof of Protective Measures Example 3: Connection Box to Service Panel Example 4: Transformers in Parallel Example 5: Connection of a Motor Example 6: Calculation for a Load Circuit Example 7: Calculation for An Industrial System Example 8: Meshed Network Example Supply to a Factory Example Calculation with Impedance Corrections Example Calculation with Per-Unit Magnitudes.
Liquid Mark A Miodownik Inbunden. Skickas inom kasikck. Reflecting the changes to the all-important short circuit calculations in three-phase power systems according to IEC standard, this new edition of the practical guide retains its proven and unique concept of explanations, calculations and real-life examples of short circuits in electrical networks.
Ismai, understanding the theory any software allows users to perform all the necessary calculations with ease so they can work on the design and application of low- and high-voltage power systems. This book is a practitioner’s guide intended for students, electrical engineers, engineers in power technology, the electrotechnical industry, engineering consultants, energy suppliers, chemical engineers and physicists in industry.
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