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Updated with the latest developments and advances, the second edition of The Electric Power Engineering Handbook has grown so much that it is now presented as a set of five books. Now this authoritative coverage is available in easily digestible portions that are tightly focused and conveniently sized. The fourth installment, Power Systems clearly outlines power system analysis and simulation, transients, planning, reliability, and power electronic components. In addition to extensive updates, new chapters on computational methods and flexible AC transmission system (FACTS) components along with extensive revisions to the planning and reliability section reflect the latest trends in the field.