Power Systems Analysis – John Joseph Grainger, William D. Stevenson – 1st Edition

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of Power Systems in this first edition, exposes topics such as power flow, stability of power systems and lines; in addition, by means of logical discussions and numerous examples, it explains the fundamental subjects of the analysis of power systems; In addition, the new chapter on state estimation incorporates the latest advances in this field, and system control analysis reviews the factors of line losses and penalty factors.

This exposes topics such as power flow, stability of power systems and transmission lines; in addition, by means of logical discussions and numerous examples, it explains the fundamental subjects of the analysis of power systems; The new chapter on the estimation of state of power systems incorporates the latest advances in this field, and the system control analysis reviews the economic factors of line losses and penalty factors. From my own experience I tell you that this book is excellent for those of us who study and work in this area.

Table of Contents

1 - Basic Concepts
2 - Transformers
3 - The Synchronous Machine
4 - Transmission Line Series Impedance
5 - Transmission line capacitance
6 - Voltage and current relations in a transmission line
7 - Model of admittance and calculation of networks
8 - Model of impedances and network calculations
9 - Power Flow Solutions
10 - Symmetrical Faults
11 - Symmetric components and sequence networks
12 - Asymmetrical Faults
13 - Economic operation of power systems
14 - Zbarra Methods in Contingency Analysis
15 - State estimation of power systems
16 - Stability of power systems
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