Power System Operation / Edition 3by Robert Miller, James Malinowski
Pub. Date: 01/01/1994
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
The best-selling power system operation manual ever publishedNOW IN AN ALL-NEW EDITION! For over 30 years more electrical power professionals have used this guide for safe, economical system operation than any other in print. Why? Because Power System Operation, by Robert Miller and James Malinowski, presents more of the fundamental principles and methods
The best-selling power system operation manual ever publishedNOW IN AN ALL-NEW EDITION! For over 30 years more electrical power professionals have used this guide for safe, economical system operation than any other in print. Why? Because Power System Operation, by Robert Miller and James Malinowski, presents more of the fundamental principles and methods dispatchers and operators need in a clear, easy-to-understand style. Now this third edition has been expanded by 50% to cover even more: VAR flows; Power system control; Telemetering methods; Supervisory control and data acquisition methods; System control, protection and stability; System reliability factors, Power system energy transfer; Energy accounting in interconnected operations; Operating systems most economically; EHV operation; Power system communications; Impedance of parallel circuits; Effects of resistance on impedance.
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Table of Contents
Transfer of Energy in Power Systems.
Economic Operation of Power Systems.
Power System Control.
Energy Accounting in Interconnected Disciplines.
Power System Communication.
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition System.
Power System Reliability Factors.
Power System Protection.
Power System Stability.
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Power System Operation has been an excellent resource for me for nearly 20 years. As an author of two books on power system planning and technical communications, I can tell you the authors have done a fine job of giving readers what they need in a concise and reader-friendly format. I also referred to the book when I was a professional power system operator for a major utility and then have used it in my consulting practice. The only major topic that I would like to see covered in the book in greater detail is communications in the control center environment - how system operators communicate with each other and with field personnel under routine and emergency conditions and the types of documentation required in the control center.