Power System Analysis
McGraw-Hill Education, Jan 1, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 816 pages
Based on William Stevenson's classic, Elements of Power System Analysis, this new senior/graduate text offers a completely modern update of this popular textbook. Covering such topics as power flow, power-system stability and transmission lines, the book teaches the fundamental topics of power system analysis accompanied by logical discussions and numerous examples.
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The Synchronous Machine
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admittance angle applied assumed base branch buses calculated called capacitance column combination components conductor connected considered constant corresponding cost coupled determine diagram direction distribution electric elements elimination equal equations equivalent circuit estimates Example expressed factor fault field FIGURE flow flux follows given gives ground impedance inductance injections internal load machine magnitude matrix measured method motor mutual negative neutral node obtain occurs operating original output per-unit phase phasor plant positive power system power-flow problem quantities rated reactance reactive reference represented resistance respectively rotor sequence shown in Fig shows side solution solving specified Step studies Substituting subtransient supplied symmetrical synchronous Table terminal three-phase transformer transmission line unit values variables voltage winding Ybus yields Zbus zero zero-sequence