Written in a down-to-earth, easy to understand manner, thisstate-of-the-art book offersa practical orientation and introduction toelectrical power distribution and transmission. Considersreal-world aspects of the field, coupling theory and practice that readers canreadily apply to their jobs. Ideal reference for technicians,technologists, and engineers in the power field.
A practical introduction to electrical power distribution and transmission, explaining theory and real-world aspects in three sections on history of the field, distribution, and transmission. Features chapter exercises and questions, with material on three-phase phasors, transformers, substations, system construction, and fault calculations. Includes b&w photos. Assumes previous courses in dc/ac circuits, algebra, and trigonometry, and a familiarity with basic polyphase circuits and rotating electrical machines is helpful. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)