Power System Analysis and Design 7th edition

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Duncan J. Glover, Thomas J. Overbye, Mulukutia S. Sarma, Adam B. Birchfield
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  • Chapter 1: Introduction
    • 1.1: History of Electric Power Systems
    • 1.2: Present and Future Trends
    • 1.3: Electric Utility Industry Structure
    • 1.4: Computers in Power System Engineering
    • 1.5: Powerworld Simulator
    • 1: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 2: Fundamentals
    • 2.1: Phasors
    • 2.2: Instantaneous Power in Single-Phase AC Circuits
    • 2.3: Complex Power
    • 2.4: Network Equations
    • 2.5: Balanced Three-Phase Circuits
    • 2.6: Power in Balanced Three-Phase Circuits
    • 2.7: Advantages of Balanced Three-Phase versus Single-Phase Systems
    • 2.8: Energy Conversion
    • 2: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 3: Power Transformers
    • 3.1: The Ideal Transformer
    • 3.2: Equivalent Circuits for Practical Transformers
    • 3.3: The Per-Unit System
    • 3.4: Three-Phase Transformer Connections and Phase Shift
    • 3.5: Per-Unit Equivalent Circuits of Balanced Three-Phase Two-Winding Transformers
    • 3.6: Three-Winding Transformers
    • 3.7: Autotransformers
    • 3.8: Transformers with Off-Nominal Turns Ratios
    • 3: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 4: Transmission Line Parameters
    • 4.1: Transmission Line Design Considerations
    • 4.2: Resistance
    • 4.3: Conductance
    • 4.4: Inductance: Solid Cylindrical Conductor
    • 4.5: Inductance: Single-Phase Two-Wire Line and Three-Phase Three-Wire Line with Equal Phase Spacing
    • 4.6: Inductance: Composite Conductors, Unequal Phase Spacing, Bundled Conductors
    • 4.7: Series Impedances: Three-Phase Line with Neutral Conductors and Earth Return
    • 4.8: Electric Field and Voltage: Solid Cylindrical Conductor
    • 4.9: Capacitance: Single-Phase, Two-Wire Line and Three-Phase, Three-Wire Line with Equal Phase Spacing
    • 4.10: Capacitance: Stranded Conductors, Unequal Phase Spacing, Bundled Conductors
    • 4.11: Shunt Admittances: Lines with Neutral Conductors and Earth Return
    • 4.12: Electric Field Strength at Conductor Surfaces and at Ground Level
    • 4.13: Parallel Circuit Three-Phase Lines
    • 4: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 5: Transmission Lines: Steady-State Operation
    • 5.1: Medium and Short Line Approximations
    • 5.2: Transmission-Line Differential Equations
    • 5.3: Equivalent π Circuit
    • 5.4: Lossless Lines
    • 5.5: Maximum Power Flow
    • 5.6: Line Loadibility
    • 5.7: Reactive Compensation Techniques
    • 5: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 6: Power Flows
    • 6.1: Direct Solutions to Linear Algebraic Equations: Gauss Elimination
    • 6.2: Iterative Solutions to Linear Algebraic Equations: Jacobi and Gauss-Seidel
    • 6.3: Iterative Solutions to Nonlinear Algebraic Equations: Newton-Raphson
    • 6.4: The Power Flow Problem
    • 6.5: Power Flow Solution by Gauss-Seidel
    • 6.6: Power Flow Solution by Newton-Raphson
    • 6.7: Control of Power Flow
    • 6.8: Sparsity Techniques
    • 6.9: Fast Decoupled Power Flow
    • 6.10: The "DC"" Power Flow
    • 6.11: Power Flow Modeling of Wind and Solar Generation
    • 6.12: Realistic and Large-Scale Power Flow Models
    • 6: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 7: Power System Economics and Optimization
    • 7.1: Generator and Load Economics
    • 7.2: Economic Dispatch
    • 7.3: Optimal Power Flow
    • 7.4: Unit Commitment and Longer Term Optimization
    • 7.5: Markets
    • 7: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 8: Symmetrical Faults
    • 8.1: Series R—L Circuit Transients
    • 8.2: Three-Phase Short Circuit—Unloaded Synchronous Machine
    • 8.3: Power System Three-Phase Short Circuits
    • 8.4: Bus Impedance Matrix
    • 8.5: Circuit Breaker and Fuse Selection
    • 8: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 9: Symmetrical Components
    • 9.1: Definition of Symmetrical Components
    • 9.2: Sequence Networks of Impedance Loads
    • 9.3: Sequence Networks of Series Impedances
    • 9.4: Sequence Networks of Three-Phase Lines
    • 9.5: Sequence Networks of Rotating Machines
    • 9.6: Per-Unit Sequence Models of Three-Phase, Two-Winding Transformers
    • 9.7: Per-Unit Sequence Models of Three-Phase, Three-Winding Transformers
    • 9.8: Power in Sequence Networks
    • 9: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 10: Unsymmetrical Faults
    • 10.1: System Representation
    • 10.2: Single Line-to-Ground Fault
    • 10.3: Line-to-Line Fault
    • 10.4: Double Line-to-Ground Fault
    • 10.5: Sequence Bus Impedance Matrices
    • 10: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 11: System Protection
    • 11.1: System Protection Components
    • 11.2: Instrument Transformers
    • 11.3: Overcurrent Relays
    • 11.4: Radial System Protection
    • 11.5: Reclosers, Fuses, and Sectionalizers
    • 11.6: Directional Relays
    • 11.7: Protection of a Two-Source System with Directional Relays
    • 11.8: Zones of Protection
    • 11.9: Line Protection with Impedance (Distance) Relays
    • 11.10: Differential Relays
    • 11.11: Bus Protection with Differential Relays
    • 11.12: Transformer Protection with Differential Relays
    • 11.13: Pilot Relaying
    • 11.14: Numeric Relaying
    • 11: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 12: Power System Stability
    • 12.1: The Swing Equation
    • 12.2: Simplified Synchronous Machine Model and System Equivalents
    • 12.3: The Equal-Area Criterion
    • 12.4: Numerical Integration of the Swing Equation
    • 12.5: Multimachine Stability
    • 12.6: A Two-Axis Synchronous Machine Model
    • 12.7: Wind Turbine and Solar PV Machine Models
    • 12.8: Load Models
    • 12.9: Design Methods for Improving Power System Stability
    • 12: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 13: Power System Controls
    • 13.1: Generator-Voltage Control
    • 13.2: Turbine-Governor Control
    • 13.3: Load-Frequency Control
    • 13.4: Power System Stabilizer Control
    • 13: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 14: Transmission Lines: Transient Operation
    • 14.1: Traveling Waves on Single-Phase Lossless Lines
    • 14.2: Boundary Conditions for Single-Phase Lossless Lines
    • 14.3: Bewley Lattice Diagram
    • 14.4: Discrete-Time Models of Single-Phase Lossless Lines and Lumped RLC Elements
    • 14.5: Lossy Lines
    • 14.6: Multiconductor Lines
    • 14.7: Power System Overvoltages
    • 14.8: Insulation Coordination
    • 14: Chapter Quiz

  • Chapter 15: Power Distribution
    • 15.1: Introduction to Distribution
    • 15.2: Primary Distribution
    • 15.3: Secondary Distribution
    • 15.4: Transformers in Distribution Systems
    • 15.5: Shunt Capacitors in Distribution Systems
    • 15.6: Distribution Software
    • 15.7: Distribution Reliability
    • 15.8: Distribution Automation
    • 15.9: Smart Grids
    • 15: Chapter Quiz


Introduce the basic concepts behind today's power systems and present the tools students need to apply their newly acquired skills to real-world situations with Glover/Sarma/Overbye/Birchfield's Power System Analysis and Design, 7th Edition. The latest updates throughout this new edition reflect the most recent trends in the field as the authors highlight key physical concepts with appropriate explanations of important mathematical techniques. New co-author Adam Birchfield joins this prominent author team with fresh insights into latest technological advancements. The authors develop theory and modeling from simple beginnings, teaching students how to apply principles to new and complex situations. New learning objectives and helpful case study summaries engage and direct learning. The online PowerWorld® Simulation works seamlessly with this edition to provide experience in working with design issues.

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