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Siemens Power Engineering Guide 2008

Siemens Power Engineering Guide 2008

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Power Engineering Guide
5th Edition
Siemens Energy Sector
Power Engineering Guide
5th Edition
Siemens AktiengesellschaftEnergy SectorFreyeslebenstrasse 191058 Erlangen, Germanywww.siemens.com/energyPublishing House:Publicis Pro, Erlangen, GermanyDTP:TV Satzstudio, Emskirchen, GermanyPrinting:hofmann infocom AG,Nuremberg, Germany© 2008 by Siemens AktiengesellschaftMunich and Berlin, Germany.
Siemens Energy Sector
Power Engineering Guide
5th Edition
This fundamentally revised and updated new edition of the established PowerEngineering Guide is a manual for everyone who is involved in the generation,transmission and distribution of electrical energy – from system planning, toimplementation and control. Our guide is designed to assist engineers, technicians,planners and advisors and support students, trainees, electrical engineering teachersand energy technology teachers (including university lecturers). Beyond that, wehope Power Engineering Guide will also be useful as a reference work for technicalquestions and in supporting continuing education in technical fields.Our guide is organized by product and function, covering the entire portfolio ofSiemens products for the transmission and distribution of electrical power –including high, medium and low voltage, switching substations and transformersand switchgear. It also covers solutions in the areas of automation, energymanagement and network communication, as well as service and support. Theguide’s most important terms and abbreviations are explained in a handy appendix,and Internet addresses are provided for additional in-depth information.Siemens’ products, systems and integrated, complete solutions benefit customersby meeting a wide range of different, local requirements. They represent the keytechnologies of the future and set global standards. The connecting theme of alldevelopments and innovations – which also affect methods and processes –are efficiency, environmental compatibility, reliability and economy.Siemens AG is a global leader in electronics and electrical engineering with400,000 employees and branches in 190 countries. The Power Transmission andPower Distribution divisions of the Siemens Energy Sector are product suppliers,system integrators total solution providers and service providers for powertransmission and distribution systems from the power plant to the end consumer.To help our customers achieve success and further growth, we are always in theprocess of selectively strengthening and optimizing our portfolio. As a result, inaddition to “classic” products for power transmission and distribution, today’sportfolio includes many additional products. It offers network operators, electricitycustomers, planners and builders of electrical systems the additional benefits ofintegrated communications and automation technology. Our range of servicesincludes the planning, maintenance and repair of entire power supply networks.Thanks to our many years of experience managing projects around the world, wecan provide power supply and industrial companies with optimum, cost-efficientsolutions to quickly meet their needs anytime, anywhere – you can count on us. Ifyou find, as you read through the Power Engineering Guide, that you have questionsor need any assistance choosing the right product, please don’t hesitate to contactus. The staff at your local Siemens sales location is there to help you. You will findtheir e-mail addresses at www.siemens.com/energy.Dr. Udo NiehageChief Executive OfficerSiemens AGEnergy SectorPower TransmissionRalf ChristianChief Executive OfficerSiemens AGEnergy SectorPower Distribution

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