Modern Power System Analysis Turan Gonen The first book on electrical power systems to deal exclusively with the design, structure, and analysis of the transmission system itself. Serves as a self-study guide or as a classroom text and describes, step-by-step, all the tools and procedures needed to analyze today's electrical power systems. It covers power system planning, steady-state performance of transmission lines, disturbance of the normal operating conditions and other problems, as well as symmetrical components and sequence impedances. The book also analyzes balanced and unbalanced faults, land flow, and system protection, detailing criteria for protective systems and several types of relays. 1988 (0 471-85903-6) 560 pp. Least-Cost Electric Utility Planning Harry G. Stoll Presents all the key elements and tools necessary to plan and operate efficient electric utility power systems. Its seven sections address: economics, finance, and regulation; industrial power economics; load demand and management; reliability of the generation system; cost of production in the generation system; capacity planning; and transmission planning. Each section addresses power system theory and principles and applies them to realistic utility examples. Results from solved examples are expanded to illustrate the sensitivity and direction of key parameters. 1989 (0 471-63614-2) 782 pp.Here is the first single reference on probability methods and their applications in electric power systems.
|Title||:||Probability concepts in electric power systems|
|Author||:||George J. Anders|
|Publisher||:||Wiley-Interscience - 1990-01-25|