The Electric Power Engineering Handbook

Author(s)                 Leonard L. Grigsby
Publisher CRC Press
Date 2012
Pages var.
Format pdf
Size 24.8 Mb

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   Here is an excellent book released with the intention to provide readers with the necessary overview of the very latest advances in the recommended practices and technologies, as well as recognized international technical standards to help them achieve safest, most efficient and most economical power delivery in a dynamic environment of today. The topics in this book include protection, dynamics and stability, and operation and control of electric power systems. The present release of the publication contains five completely new and ten significantly revised chapters, supplying the highest level of detail. The material presented in the book is supplemented with so many professional images and graphs making it much easier for the reader to understand it. Among the new chapters there are ones addressing the wind power integration, systems aspects of large black-outs. stability assessment, dynamic security performance and others. This handbook shall definitely be considered a very useful and practical tool that has to be there is every electrical technician's and engineer's library. Moreover, we would recommend this book even to the students wishing to fresh out their technical knowledge of the electric power systems.

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