Power System Analysis

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ISBN:

9780198096337

Publication date:

09/12/2014

Paperback

768 pages

240.0x156.0mm

Price: 565.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198096337

Publication date:

09/12/2014

Paperback

768 pages

240.0x156.0mm

Second Edition

T.K. Nagsarkar & M. S. Sukhija

The second edition of Power System Analysis serves as a basic text for undergraduate students of electrical engineering. It provides a thorough understanding of the basic principles and techniques of power system analysis as well as their application to real-world problems.

Suitable for: The second edition of Power System Analysis serves as a basic text for undergraduate students of electrical engineering.

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Second Edition

T.K. Nagsarkar & M. S. Sukhija

Description

The second edition of Power System Analysis serves as a basic text for undergraduate students of electrical engineering. It provides a thorough understanding of the basic principles and techniques of power system analysis as well as their application to real-world problems. Beginning with the basic concepts, the book gives an exhaustive coverage of transmission line parameters, simulation of power system elements, steady-state performance and travelling wave phenomena on transmission lines, symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analyses, power flow studies, power system control, and stability analysis. The book extensively illustrates the use of MATLAB in the analysis of power systems. Owing to its lucid style and presentation of advanced topics, the book will be useful to postgraduate students as also to practising engineers.

Second Edition

T.K. Nagsarkar & M. S. Sukhija

Table of contents

Chapter 1. Power Sector Outlook
Chapter 2. Basic Concepts
Chapter 3. Transmission Line Parameters
Chapter 4. Transmission Line Model and Performance
Chapter 5. Simulation of Power System Components
Chapter 6. Formulation of Network Matrices
Chapter 7. Power Flow Studies
Chapter 8. Power System Controls
Chapter 9. Symmetrical Fault Analyses
Chapter 10. Symmetrical Components and Unsymmetrical Fault Analyses
Chapter 11. Power System Stability
Chapter 12. Voltage Stability
Chapter 13. Contingency Analysis Techniques
Chapter 14. State Estimation Techniques
Chapter 15. An Introduction to HVDC Power Transmission
Chapter 16. Introduction to FACTS

Second Edition

T.K. Nagsarkar & M. S. Sukhija

Features

  • Chapter on voltage stability
  • Sections on magnetohydrodynamic generation, significance of propagation constant, Ferranti effect on transmission lines, DC power flow solution, and HVDC converter operation
  • MCQs with answers to help students gauge their understanding of concepts explained in the chapter, and chapter-end summary and a list of significant formulae for a quick reference
  • Key Features
  • Contains a large number of illustrative problems that use MATLAB in the analysis of power systems
  • Includes advanced topics such as contingency analysis and state estimation
  • Provides an introduction to HVDC and FACTS
  • Includes numerous examples with step-by-step procedures and a variety of chapter- end problems
  • Online Resources:
  • For Faculty
  • Solution manual
  • For Students
  • Academic Capability Test

Second Edition

T.K. Nagsarkar & M. S. Sukhija

Second Edition

T.K. Nagsarkar & M. S. Sukhija

Description

The second edition of Power System Analysis serves as a basic text for undergraduate students of electrical engineering. It provides a thorough understanding of the basic principles and techniques of power system analysis as well as their application to real-world problems. Beginning with the basic concepts, the book gives an exhaustive coverage of transmission line parameters, simulation of power system elements, steady-state performance and travelling wave phenomena on transmission lines, symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analyses, power flow studies, power system control, and stability analysis. The book extensively illustrates the use of MATLAB in the analysis of power systems. Owing to its lucid style and presentation of advanced topics, the book will be useful to postgraduate students as also to practising engineers.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1. Power Sector Outlook
Chapter 2. Basic Concepts
Chapter 3. Transmission Line Parameters
Chapter 4. Transmission Line Model and Performance
Chapter 5. Simulation of Power System Components
Chapter 6. Formulation of Network Matrices
Chapter 7. Power Flow Studies
Chapter 8. Power System Controls
Chapter 9. Symmetrical Fault Analyses
Chapter 10. Symmetrical Components and Unsymmetrical Fault Analyses
Chapter 11. Power System Stability
Chapter 12. Voltage Stability
Chapter 13. Contingency Analysis Techniques
Chapter 14. State Estimation Techniques
Chapter 15. An Introduction to HVDC Power Transmission
Chapter 16. Introduction to FACTS

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