Transmission System Planning Aging Transmission System Benefits of Transmission Power Pools Transmission Planning Traditional Transmission System Planning Techniques Models Used in Transmission System Planning Transmission Route Identification and Selection Traditional Transmission System Expansion Planning Traditional Concerns for Transmission System Planning New Technical Challenges Transmission Planning after Open Access Possible Future Actions by Ferc Transmission Line Structures and Equipment The Decision Process to Build a Transmission Line Design Tradeoffs Traditional Line Design Practice Environmental Impact of Transmission Lines Transmission Line Structures Subtransmission Lines Transmission Substations Sf6-Insulated Substations Transmission Line Conductors Insulators Substation Grounding Transmission Line Grounds Types of Grounding Transformer Connections Autotransformers in Transmission Substations Transformer Selection Transformer Classifications Fundamental Concepts Factors Affecting Transmission Growth Stability Considerations Power Transmission Capability of a Transmission Line Surge Impedance and Surge Impedance Loading of a Transmission Line Loadability Curves Compensation Shunt Compensation Series Compensation Static Var Control Static Var Systems Thyristor-Controlled Series Compensator Static Compensator Thyristor-Controlled Braking Resistor Superconducting Magnetic Energy Systems Subsynchronous Resonance The Use of Static Compensation to Prevent Voltage Collapse or Instability Energy Management System Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Advanced Scada Concepts Six-Phase Transmission Lines Overhead Power Transmission Short Transmission Lines (up to 50 mi, or 80 km) Medium-Length Transmission Lines (up to 150 mi, or 240 km) Long Transmission Lines (Above 150 mi, or 240 km General Circuit Constants Bundled Conductors Effect of Ground on Capacitance of Three-Phase Lines Environmental Effects of Overhead Transmission Lines Underground Power Transmission and Gas-Insulated Transmission Lines Underground Cables Underground Cable Installation Techniques Electrical Characteristics of Insulated Cables Sheath Currents in Cables Positive- and Negative-Sequence Reactances Zero-Sequence Resistance and Reactance Shunt Capacitive Reactance Current-Carrying Capacity of Cables Calculation of Impedances of Cables in Parallel Ehv Underground Cable Transmission Gas-Insulated Transmission Lines Location of Faults in Underground Cables Direct-Current Power Transmission Overhead High-Voltage DC Transmission Comparison of Power Transmission Capacity of High-Voltage DC and AC High Voltage DC Transmission Line Insulation Three-Phase Bridge Converter Rectification Per-Unit Systems and Normalizing Inversion Multibridge (B-Bridge) Converter Stations Per-Unit Representation of B-Bridge Converter Stations Operation of Direct-Current Transmission Link Stability of Control The Use of "Facts" and HVDC to Solve Bottleneck Problems in the Transmission Networks High-Voltage Power Electronic Substations Additional Commends on HVDC Converter Stations Transient Overvoltages and Insulation Coordination Traveling Waves Effects of Line Terminations Junction of Two Lines Junction of Several Lines Termination in Capacitance and Inductance Bewley Lattice Diagram Surge Attenuation and Distortion Traveling Waves on Three-Phase Lines Lightning and Lightning Surges Shielding Failures of Transmission Lines Lightning Performance of UHV Lines Stroke Current Magnitude Shielding Design Methods Switching and Switching Surges Overvoltage Protection Insulation Coordination Geomagnetic Disturbances and Their Effects on Power System Operations Limiting Factors for Extra-High and Ultrahigh Voltage Transmission: Corona, Radio Noise, and Audible Noise Corona Radio Noise Audible Noise (AN) Conductor Size Selection Symmetrical Components and Fault Analysis Symmetrical Components The Operator a Resolution of Three-Phase Unbalanced System of Phasors into its Symmetrical Components Power in Symmetrical Components Sequence Impedances of Transmission Lines Sequence Capacitances of Transmission Line Sequence Impedances of Synchronous Machines Zero-Sequence Networks Sequence Impedances of Transformers Analysis of Unbalanced Faults Shunt Faults Series Faults Determination of Sequence Network Equivalents for Series Faults System Grounding Elimination of SLG Fault Current by using Peterson Coils Six-Phase Systems Protective Equipment and Transmission System Protection Interruption of Fault Current High Voltage Circuit Breakers Circuit Breaker Selection Disconnect Switches Load-Break Switches Switchgear The Purpose of Transmission Line Protection Design Criteria for Transmission Line Protection Zones of Protection Primary and Backup Protection Reclosing Typical Relays Used on Transmission Lines Computer Applications in Protective Relaying Transmission System Reliability National Electric Reliability Council Index of Reliability Section 209 of Purpa of 1978 Basic Probability Theory Combinational Analysis Probability Distributions Basic Reliability Concepts Systems with Repairable Components Reliability Evaluation of Complex Systems Markov Processes Transmission System Reliability Methods Construction of Overhead Lines Factors Affecting Mechanical Design of Overhead Lines Character of Line Route Right-of-Way Mechanical Loading Required Clearances Type of Supporting Structures Mechanical Calculations Grade of Construction Line Conductors Insulator Types Joint Use by Other Utilities Conductor Vibration Conductor Motion Caused by Fault Currents Sag and Tension Analysis Effect of Change in Temperature Line Sag and Tension Calculations Spans of Unequal Length: Ruling Span Effects of Ice and Wind Loading National Electric Safety Code Line Location Appendices
Turan Goenen is Professor of Electrical Engineering at California State University, Sacramento. He holds a BS and MS in Electrical Engineering from Istanbul Technical College (1964 and 1966, respectively), and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Iowa State University (1975). Dr. Goenen also received an MS in Industrial Engineering (1973) and a Ph.D. co-major in Industrial Engineering (1978) from Iowa State University, and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Oklahoma (1980). Professor Goenen is the Director of the Electrical Power Educational Institute at California State University, Sacramento. Previously, Dr. Goenen was Professor of Electrical Engineering and Director of the Energy Systems and Resources Program at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Professor Goenen also held teaching positions at the University of Missouri-Rolla, the University of Oklahoma, Iowa State University, Florida International University and Ankara Technical College. He has taught electrical electric power engineering for over thirty one years. Dr. Goenen also has a strong background in power industry; for eight years he worked as a design engineer in numerous companies both in the United States and abroad. He has served as a consultant for the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), Aramco, Black & Veatch Consultant Engineers, and the public utility industry. Professor Goenen has written over 100 technical papers as well as four other books: Modern Power System Analysis, Electric Power Distribution System Engineering, Electrical Machines, and Engineering Economy for Engineering Managers. Turan Goenen is a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and a Senior Member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers. He served on several Committees and Working Groups of the IEEE Power Engineering Society, and he is a member of numerous honor societies including Sigma Xi, Phi Kappa Phi, Eta Kappa Nu, and Tau Alpha Pi. Professor Goenen received the Outstanding Teacher Award at CSUS in 1997.