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Author Sokolova, Olga

Title Geomagnetic Disturbances Impacts on Power Systems Risk Analysis and Mitigation Strategies
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2021
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Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- PART I: Geomagnetic Disturbances -- Chapter 2: Solar Activity as a Danger to Ground-based Technological Systems -- 2.1. The Sun and space weather -- 2.1.1. Cycles of solar activity -- Explosive events on the Sun -- 2.1.2. Solar wind -- Density, speed and composition -- 2.1.3. Magnetosphere -- Earth in solar wind -- 2.2. Physics of geomagnetic disturbances -- 2.3. Geomagnetically induced currents in ground-based technological systems -- 2.3.1. Power grids -- 2.3.2. Railway automatics -- 2.3.3. Pipelines
2.4. Ground effects of geomagnetic disturbance modeling -- 2.4.1. Geomagnetic data -- 2.4.2. Geoelectric field modeling -- 2.4.3. Geomagnetically induced currents modeling in power grids -- Discrete system on the continuous half-space -- 2.5. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Geomagnetically Induced Currents Observation -- 3.1. Methods and equipment for the geomagnetically induced current observation -- 3.2. Worldwide observation of geomagnetically induced currents -- 3.3. Geomagnetically induced currents observation in north-west of Russia -- 3.4. Conclusion -- References
6.3.1. Geomagnetic disturbance parameters -- 6.3.2. Power system parameters -- 6.3.2.1. Power system architecture -- 6.3.2.2. Power system operation state -- 6.3.2.3. Power system grounding schemes -- 6.3.3. Power system equipment parameters -- 6.3.4. Awareness -- 6.4. High risk zones -- 6.5. Economic loss estimation -- 6.6. Insurance perspective -- 6.7. Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 7: Outlook -- Glossary -- Index
Chapter 5: Mitigation of Negative Geomagnetic Disturbance Impacts on Power Systems -- 5.1. Definition and principles of power system resiliency -- 5.2. Forecasting of geomagnetic activity -- 5.3. Technical actions -- 5.4. Operational procedures -- 5.5. Legislative procedures -- 5.6. Conclusion -- References -- PART III: Developing a View of the Geomagnetic Disturbances Risk -- Chapter 6: Geomagnetic Disturbance as a Perfect Storm -- 6.1. Natural hazard impact on power system -- 6.2. Geomagnetic disturbance as a specific natural hazard -- 6.3. Critical factors
PART II: Inside the Power System -- Chapter 4: Reaction of Power Systems to Geomagnetic Disturbances -- 4.1. Geomagnetically induced current impact on power system equipment -- 4.1.1. Power transformers and autotransformers -- 4.1.2. Synchronous machines -- 4.1.3. Measurement transformers -- Relay protection system -- 4.1.4. Geomagnetically induced current impact on other power system equipment -- 4.2. Modern approaches of geomagnetically induced currents integration into the power grid state calculation -- 4.3. Conclusion -- References
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Form Electronic book
Author Hayakawa, Masashi.
Korovkin, Nikolay
ISBN 1000350576
9781000350579