Publisher description for Circuit analysis for power engineering handbook / Arieh L. Shenkman.
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This Handbook on circuit analysis is one of the few texts to address the needs of power systems engineers. Unlike many previous books on the subject, which have had an emphasis on low current, this book considers power and high current systems. Consideration is given to both steady state and transient conditions and many examples of power system design are included. The coverage is comprehensive with the first chapters establishing the basics before the author concentrates upon more advanced material. The text gives an in-depth analysis of such areas as magnetically coupled circuits, three phase systems, the non-sinusoidal behaviour of electric circuits and transmission lines. This Handbook will be an invaluable tool for professional engineers in industrial power companies working in the area of power generation and distribution. It is also relevant to postgraduate students and researchers in heavy electrical engineering. Readership: Professional engineers in industrial power companies working on manufacture of equipment and in the electrical supply industry working on power generation and distribution. It is also relevant to postgraduate students and researchers in heavy electrical engineering.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Electric circuit analysis.
Electric network analysis.