Power generation, operation, and control 
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A fantastic book even for postgraduate students.very practical book.
Contents
Chapter  1 
Appendix Typical Generation Data  17 
Appendix Optimization Within Constraints  47 
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Power Generation, Operation, and Control Allen J. Wood,Bruce F. Wollenberg,Gerald B. Shebl? Limited preview  2013 
Power Generation, Operation and Control Allen J. Wood,Bruce F. Wollenberg,Gerald B. Sheblé No preview available  2013 
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