Reactive power control in electric systems
A unified approach to the fundamental principles and practices of reactive power control in AC power systems. Emphasizes voltage control, variable loads, and transmission. Covers high voltage and distribution systems, plus compensation equipment. Includes many practical numerical examples and useful formulas. Deals with real-world problems and solutions.
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THE THEORY OF LOAD COMPENSATION
THE THEORY OF STEADYSTATE REACTIVE POWER
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