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2001. 217p. The power system is one of the most complex systems designed, built, and operated by engineers. In modern society, the power system plays an indispensable role, and comparable quality of life without a constant and reliable supply of electricity is almost unthinkable. Because electricity cannot be stored in large quantities, the operation of the power system has the constraint of balancing the production of electricity in the connected power station and the consumption by the connected loads and maintaining constant frequency and constant voltage with the clients.
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2003. , third edition, 694 pages. A lot of worked-out examples, including MATLAB codes. Note: Book obtained as a kind gift of Raj (user /user/1992623/). Preface to the Third Edition Since the appearance of the second edition in 1989, the overall energy situation has changed considerably and this has generated great interest in non-conventional and renewable energy sources, energy...
McGraw-Hill, Inc. 1196 p. This book is concerned with understanding, modeling, analyzing, and mitigating power system stability and control problems. Such problems constitute very important considerations in the planning, design, and operation of modern power systems.
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The materials presented in this work are based on the notes used in courses taught sporadically to graduate students and practicing engineers over a period of thirty-five years. The objective here is to present the fundamental materials and concepts in power system stability in a tutorial form.
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Boston 2004. 322 p. The motivation to write this book came from the observation that the technology of High Voltage DC (HVDC) Transmission and Flexible AC Transmission System (FACTS) has evolved much over the past 10 years, and no recent book addressed the developments in these areas in a compact, easily available and readable manner.