The objectives of this book are to provide the student with a clear understanding of the basic principles of power systems and to stimulate them to study the subject at a more advanced level. It deliberately omits some of the more advanced concepts such as stability and load flow calculations. The basic concepts covered are three-phase systems, real, apparent and reactive power, the per-unit system, control of frequency and voltage, and symmetrical fault calculations.The objectives of this book are to provide the student with a clear understanding of the basic principles of power systems and to stimulate them to study the subject at a more advanced level.

Title | : | The Essence of Electric Power Systems |

Author | : | J. A. Harrison, J. A. Harrison (Ph.D.) |

Publisher | : | Pearson P T R - 1996 |

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