MV engineering is a truly multidisciplinary area and perhaps because of this, it is plagued with imprecise jargon. This book attempts to collect the fundamental concepts into a single, well-integrated, self-consistent exposition that will serve as a relatively painless introduction to the field of MV Engineering. The ultimate goal is an enlightened practitioner capable of using this powerful new technology effectively.
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