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Electronic Instrumentation for Distributed Generation and Power Processes

  • Author: Felix Alberto Farret, Marcelo Godoy Simões, Danilo Iglesias Brandão
  • ISBN: 9781138746138
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Edition: 1st
  • Publication Date: August 30, 2017
  • Format: Paperback – 303 pages
  • Language: English


The goal of the book is to provide basic and advanced knowledge of design, analysis, and circuit implementation for electronic instrumentation and clarify how to get the best out of the analog, digital, and computer circuitry design steps. The reader will learn the physical fundamentals guiding the electrical and mechanical devices that allow for a modern automation and control system, which are widely comprised of computers, electronic instrumentation, communication loops, smart grids, and digital circuitry. It includes practical and technical data on electronic instrumentation with respect to efficiency, maximum power, and applications. Additionally, the text discusses fuzzy logic and neural networks and how they can be used in practice for electronic instrumentation of distributed generation, smart grids, and power systems.

Key Features
  • Covers design, analysis, and circuit implementation for electronic instrumentation.
  • Includes comprehensive examples and questions of electronic instrumentation applications.
  • Discusses the fundamentals of electronic instruments, analog amplifiers for instrumentation, digital and analog sensors, basis of the electronic instruments for electromechanical measurements, signal simulators, power systems signal analysis, data acquisition systems, and use of instrumentation software and artificial intelligence in instrumentation for distributed generation.
  • Explains how to use fuzzy logic and neural networks for practical applications.
  • Describes smart grids for comparative terms with several types of generators.
Table of Contents
  1. Chapter 1: Computer Interface and Instrumentation Electronics
    1. Introduction
    2. Processing of Analog Signals
    3. The Error Equation
    4. Large-Signal Amplifiers
    5. Exercises
    6. References
  2. Chapter 2: Analog-Based Instrumentation Systems
    1. Introduction
    2. Instrumentation Amplifier for Customized Purposes
    3. Voltage-to-Current Conversion (V-to-I)
    4. Electronic Signal Processing
    5. Signal Conditioning
    6. Hints to Implement Circuit Boards for Signal Conditioning
    7. Exercises
    8. References
  3. Chapter 3: Sensors and Transducers
    1. Introduction
    2. Passive Electric Sensors
    3. Active Electric Sensors
    4. Mechanical Sensors
    5. Exercises
    6. References
  4. Chapter 4: Electronic Instruments for Electrical Engineering
    1. Introduction
    2. Instrument in Direct Current with Amplifiers
    3. Common Circuits Used in Instrumentation
    4. Electronic Multimeters
    5. General Classification of DVMs
    6. Ohmmeters and Megometers
    7. Digital Network Analyzers
    8. Power Sources and Adapters
    9. Exercises
    10. References
  5. Chapter 5: Signal Simulators and Emulators
    1. Introduction
    2. Waveforms for Electronic Instruments
    3. Signal Generators and Simulators with Frequency Synthesizer
    4. Signal Generators by Frequency Division
    5. Signal Generator with Modulation
    6. Frequency Sweeping Generator
    7. Pulse Generators and Rectangular Waves
    8. Function Generator, Simulator, and Audio Generator
    9. Exercises
    10. References
  6. Chapter 6: Advanced Harmonic Analysis for Power Systems
    1. Introduction
    2. Harmonic Analysis
    3. Harmonic Distortion Analyzers
    4. Spectrum Analyzers
    5. Exercises
    6. References
  7. Chapter 7: Instrumentation and Monitoring for Distributed Generation Systems
    1. Introduction
    2. General Control Scheme for Distributed Generation
    3. Signal Reference Generator
    4. Power Quality Standards Applied to DG
    5. Distributed Generator Based on Instrumentation: Study Cases
    6. Exercises
    7. References
  8. Chapter 8: Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks for Distributed Generation Instrumentation
    1. Introduction
    2. Applications of Artificial Neural Network in Industrial Systems, Energy Conversion, and Power Systems
    3. Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network Controller Design
    4. Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network Function Optimization
    5. Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network Function Approximation
    6. References
  9. Chapter 9: Instruments for Data Acquisition
    1. Data Acquisition by Computers
    2. Signal Processors for Instrumentation
    3. Computer-Based Systems Instrumentation
    4. Digital Control
    5. Exercises
    6. References
  10. Chapter 10: Software for Electric Power Instrumentation
    1. Introduction
    2. LabVIEW Development System
    3. Arduino Development System
    4. Mathworks MATLAB®/Simulink® Development System
    5. Exercises
    6. References
  11. Chapter 11: Introduction to Smart Grid Systems
    1. Introduction
    2. Distribution System Automation
    3. Advanced Metering Infrastructure
    4. Smart Home
    5. Information and Communication Technologies
    6. Electric Vehicles (EV) in Smart Grid Systems
    7. A Smart Operation Example
    8. References
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