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Reliability Analysis for Asset Management of Electric Power Grids

A practical guide to facilitate statistically well-founded decisions in the management of assets of an electricity grid Effective and economic electric grid asset management and incident management involve many complex decisions on inspection, maintenance, repair and replacement. This timely reference provides statistically well-founded, tried and tested analysis methodologies for improved decision making and asset management strategy for optimum grid reliability and availability. The techniques described are also sufficiently robust to apply to small data sets enabling asset managers to deal with early failures or testing with limited sample sets. The book describes the background, concepts and statistical techniques to evaluate failure distributions, probabilities, remaining lifetime, similarity and compliancy of observed data with specifications, asymptotic behavior of parameter estimators, effectiveness of network configurations and stocks of spare parts. It also shows how the graphical representation and parameter estimation from analysis of data can be made consistent, as well as explaining modern upcoming methodologies such as the Health Index and Risk Index. Key features: Offers hands-on tools and techniques for data analysis, similarity index, failure forecasting, health and risk indices and the resulting maintenance strategies. End-of-chapter problems and solutions to facilitate self-study via a book companion website. The book is essential reading for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering, quality engineers, utilities and industry strategists, transmission and distribution system planners, asset managers and risk managers.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9781119125181

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Robert Ross

Robert Ross may refer to:

*Robert Ross (British army officer) (1766–1814)
*Robert Ross (CEO), founder and leader of the Muscular Dystrophy Association
*Robert Ross (Royal Marines officer) (c. 1740–1794), commander of the marines in the first European settlement of New South Wales
*Robert Ross (singer), American blues vocalist, guitarist, and leader of the Robert Ross Band
*Robert Ross (wrestler), American professional wrestler
*Robert Ross (businessman), businessman and founder of Ross University in Dominica and Saint Kitts, which bestowed an honorary doctorate upon him for his efforts
*Robert Ross (educator) (1934–2005), founding president of the American Association for Australian Literary Studies
*Robert Ross, sports editor with Midlands 103 radio in Ireland and co-host of "Radio Cure"
*Robert Ross, fictional protagonist of Timothy Findley's World War I novel "The Wars"
*Robert Baldwin Ross (1869–1918), also known as Robbie Ross, art historian and friend to Oscar Wilde
*Robert S. Ross professor of political science at Boston College
*Robert Tripp Ross, United States Representative from New York
*Robbie Ross (rugby league) (born 1975), Australian former rugby league player
*Bobby Ross (born 1936), retired American college and NFL football coach
*Bobby Ross (rugby) (born 1969), former Canadian national rugby player

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