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Concepts of Ideal Electric Energy System for Production, Distribution and Utilization
International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering (2016)
  • Sreeramana Aithal
Any system in the world can be analyzed based on two types of characteristics namely ideal
characteristics and actual practical characteristics. The ideal characteristics speak about the
ideal performance of the system under ideal conditions whereas the actual practical
characteristics deviate from the ideal characteristics under the normal conditions. This
deviation is due to many factors like the behavior of the system under normal condition, the
interfaces with the environment, various limitations in inputs of the system etc. In an electrical
energy system, the knowledge of ideal characteristics play an important role in design of
generation, distribution, and utilization. This paper discusses the ideal conditions for
production of electric energy using green technology, the ideal conditions for its distribution
and ideal conditions for its utilization. The various limiting factors to reach the ideal condition
are discussed and suggestions are given to improve practical systems towards hypothetical
ideal system in various stages of production, distribution and utilization of electric energy.
The paper identifies the characteristics of ideal electric production, ideal distribution and ideal
utilization based on the “system model” of ideal power production, distribution and utilization
system. The comparison chart gives the comparison between the ideal system and practical
system based on the various characteristics. The discussion in this paper is limited to the
energy using green technology.
  • Ideal electrical system,
  • ideal characteristics of electrical system,
  • green technology,
  • energy production,
  • energy discussion,
  • energy utilization.
Publication Date
January, 2016
Citation Information
P. Sridhar Acharya and P. S. Aithal, (2016) Concepts of Ideal Electric Energy System FOR production, distribution and utilization, International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering (IJMIE), Volume 6, Issue 1, pp. 367-379, (January 2016)