Modern power system analysis
Covers analysis and design considerations necessary to planning electrical transmission systems. Treatment is self-contained and includes basic concepts and modern topics such as power system planning, parameters that must be considered to assure the steady-state performance of lines, conditions that create abnormal operation distributions and other problems, symmetrical components and sequence impedances, in-depth analysis of balanced and unbalanced faults, and detailed load-flow analysis. Contains an extensive review of power system protection (including the application of computers to this task). Offers many detailed numerical examples and problems using the information provided in each chapter. A special effort has been made to familiarize the reader with the vocabulary and symbols used by the industry.
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STEADYSTATE PERFORMANCE OF TRANSMISSION LINES
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