High Voltage Power Network Construction

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Author(s): Keith Harker
Publication Year: 2018

High Voltage Power Network Construction examines the key requirements, considerations, complexities and constraints relevant to the task of high voltage power network construction - from design, finance, contracts and project management to installation and commissioning - with the aim of providing an overview of the holistic end to end construction task in a single volume. It specifically targets the 400, 275,132 and 33 kV networks, presenting best and common practice. The book is organised around the implementation of three complementary deliverables: a technical solution that results in the required power system performance characteristics; appropriate quality management arrangements; and the set of competencies all duty holders should demonstrate. Although written primarily from a UK electrical power industry perspective, the book recognises that much is already harmonised with the rest of Europe and increasingly so the rest of the world. This comprehensive reference is a must-read for engineers and researchers with high voltage network construction related responsibilities, especially those engineers that are newly qualified, as well as further reading for advanced students in related subjects.

Other keywords: substation HV equipment design; construction QMS procedure; civil engineering design; substation earthing design; auxiliary cable design; high voltage cable design; data management; building engineering design; legal standard; project stage-by-stage procedure; structural engineering design; power system fault analysis; HV network design; overhead line design; construction execution model; scheme investment procedure; manufacture procedure; equipment commissioning procedure; project management procedure; protection design; site installation procedure; control system design; power system design; high voltage power network construction; construction health management; national-international standard; safety management

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