- Power System Reliability
- Power System Dynamics and Control
- Digital Protection of Power Systems
- Deregulation and Restructured Power System
- Application of Power Electronics to Power Systems
- Advance Power System device and Instrumentation
- Power System SCADA
1. Power System Reliability
|1."Power System Reliability Evaluation" by R Billinton|
“Power System Reliability Evaluation” Book Review: This book aims to equip engineering graduates with fundamental concepts and knowledge necessary for evaluating the reliability of power systems. It focuses on utilizing probability techniques for quantitatively assessing power system reliability. Comprising eight chapters, each chapter presents an overview of a specific concept, theory, or technique. Topics covered in the book include basic probability theory, fundamental reliability concepts, evaluation of reliability for static generating capacity, transmission system, and composite systems, and direct current transmission systems, among others.
|2."Reliability Evaluation of Power Systems" by Roy Billinton and Ronald N Allan|
“Reliability Evaluation of Power Systems” Book Review: This book, authored by the same individuals as the first volume, aims to expand upon the fundamental concepts presented in the preceding volume. The concepts in this book are more advanced and thus presuppose a basic knowledge of reliability modeling and evaluation. The focus of this volume is primarily on power systems and covers Engineering Systems and Reliability Evaluation of Power Systems in detail. It explores the various concepts related to quantitative reliability evaluation and the application of probability techniques to address power system problems. This book will be beneficial for graduate students and researchers.
|3."Digital Switching Systems: System Reliability and Analysis" by Syed Ali|
“Digital Switching Systems: System Reliability and Analysis” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive understanding of digital switching systems and a guide to improving digital switching system reliability for organizations. It emphasizes the importance of digital switching system reliability in the telecommunications market and the expansion of the internet. The book covers several aspects of digital switching systems such as design, hardware and software reliability, and maintenance. It also discusses advanced Markov models and various analysis tools and techniques to assess digital switching system reliability. This book is useful for telecommunications design engineers, service providers, as well as reliability and software engineers.
|4."Power System Reliability Evalu" by Roy Billinton|
“Power System Reliability Evaluation” Book Review: This book is designed to equip engineering graduates with the fundamental concepts and knowledge necessary to evaluate power system reliability. The focus is on applying probability techniques to quantitatively evaluate the reliability of power systems. The book is divided into eight chapters, each outlining a concept, theory, or technique. Topics covered include Basic Probability Theory, Basic Reliability Concepts, Reliability Evaluation of Static Generating Capacity, Reliability Evaluation of Transmission Systems, Composite System Reliability Evaluation, and Direct Current Transmission Systems.
|5."Operational Reliability of Power System" by Sun Yuan Zhang|
“Operational Reliability of Power System” Book Review: This book is a compilation of research on power system reliability theory, presented in 10 chapters covering a wide range of related concepts. It includes the mathematical basis of operation reliability theory, operation reliability models of electric power system components, power system operation reliability index, and more. The book also highlights electric power system operation reliability software platforms and future prospects. References are included for further study.
|6."Power System Protection" by P Manderson|
|7."Reliability Assessment of Large Electric Power Systems (Power Electronics and Power Systems)" by Roy Billinton and Ronald N Allan|
|8."Reliability Modeling and Analysis of Smart Power Systems" by Rajesh Karki and Roy Billinton|
“Reliability Modeling and Analysis of Smart Power Systems” Book Review: The book delves into the topics of power system reliability evaluation and reliability modelling, authored by a team of scientists and researchers. It offers a comprehensive collection of expertise in reliability and analysis of power systems, structured into thirteen in-depth lessons. The book covers diverse topics, such as Cable Segment Replacement Optimization, Smart Grid Technologies for Protection System Reliability Assessment, Uncertainty in Driving Behavior for Smart Charging of Plug-in Electric Vehicles, and Operational Characteristics of Microgrids with Electric Vehicles.
|9."Power System Reliability, Safety and Management" by Balbir S Dhillon|
|10."Structure Preserving Energy Functions in Power Systems: Theory and Applications" by K R Padiyar|
“Structure Preserving Energy Functions in Power Systems: Theory and Applications” Book Review: This book serves as a guide for software development related to dynamic security assessment and control of power systems. It delves into the analytics of monitoring and predicting dynamic security and emergency control through the theory and applications of energy functions. The book covers various aspects of dynamic analysis including system stability evaluation and dynamic security assessment. It also describes real-time monitoring, adaptive protection, and emergency control applications, along with detection and control algorithms, illustrated through several examples and case studies on text systems.
|11."Principles of Power System" by Mehta V K and Mehta Rohit|
“Principles of Power System” Book Review: This textbook is a valuable resource for engineering students and researchers in the power system field. The content is concise, covering topics such as Supply and Distribution Systems, Fault Calculations, Voltage Control, Fuses and Circuit Breakers, providing readers with a foundational understanding of the subject and practical application of the knowledge. The book uses clear and concise points to explain the theories, supplemented by almost 800 figures and examples. The inclusion of numerous in-text tutorial problems, chapter-end questions, and multiple-choice questions ensure adequate practice and comprehension of all concepts presented.
|12."Mangaing Power Systems: Efficent Supply and Planning" by Navjot Kaur|
“Managing Power Systems: Efficient Supply and Planning” Book Review: This book explores strategies for optimal electricity pricing, including real-time pricing and reliability-differentiated service contracts. It also delves into the electric power planning process for efficient resource allocation, using the Punjab Electricity Board as a reference for further study. Topics such as electricity interruptions and their commercial costs, the impact of these interruptions, cost normalization, and CCDF are covered in depth. The book also includes conclusions and recommendations based on survey data and related analysis. This text is useful for those interested in the energy industry, as well as researchers and students in the field of electricity planning and pricing.
|13."Maintenance of Process Instrumentation in Nuclear Power Plants (Power Systems)" by H M Hashemian|
“Maintenance of Process Instrumentation in Nuclear Power Plants (Power Systems)” Book Review: The focus of this book is on the maintenance of process instrumentation in nuclear power plants and covers various techniques including RTDs, thermocouples, and conventional pressure and differential pressure sensors. The book consists of chapters on nuclear plant instrumentation maintenance, temperature instrumentation, cross calibration techniques, and pressure sensing line characteristics. Additionally, it includes measurement of pressure sensors and sensing line dynamics. The book features images and tables for easy comprehension of the concepts. This resource will be beneficial to engineers and technicians working in nuclear power plants.
|14."Transistor Circuits for Spacecraft Power System" by Keng C Wu|
|15."ASE Test Preparation - Auxiliary Power Systems Install and Repair E3" by Delmar Cengage Learning|
“ASE Test Preparation – Auxiliary Power Systems Install and Repair E3” Book Review: This guidebook covers the installation and repair of auxiliary power systems, specifically aimed at helping readers prepare for and pass the ASE certification exams. It begins with an introduction to the history and guidelines of the ASE, followed by a comprehensive overview of the task list that covers the latest procedures for installing, diagnosing, servicing, and repairing auxiliary power systems. The book uses a training methodology to provide in-depth explanations of each topic, including practical application methods. To test their understanding, readers can take ASE-style practice questions and review answer rationales. This guidebook will be useful for technicians and engineers seeking ASE certification.
|16."Power System Dynamics: Analysis and Simulation" by Ramanujam R|
“Power System Dynamics: Analysis and Simulation” Book Review: This textbook targets senior-level undergraduate students of electrical engineering and postgraduate students specializing in Power Systems. It provides an introduction to fundamental concepts of stability in simple systems. The book addresses the modeling of the synchronous machine, its excitation systems, speed governing controllers, and techniques for interfacing component models in the analysis of small-signal stability of power systems. It also offers a comprehensive overview of the simulation of transient stability and electromagnetic transients involving synchronous machines. The text is supported with practical data about power systems, numerical examples, and derivations.
2. Power System Dynamics and Control
|1."Power System Stability and Control" by P Kundur|
Book Review: In this book, readers will gain a comprehensive understanding of the significance of voltage stability in electric power systems’ planning and operation. The author presents a thorough analysis of both transient and long-term phenomena related to voltage stability, and offers various solutions to tackle instability issues. This textbook is an excellent resource for electric power and utility engineers, providing detailed information on equipment characteristics for transmission, generation, and load subsystems of a power system. Additionally, the book offers valuable guidelines for power system planning and operation, as well as power flow computer methods and real-world examples of voltage instability incidents.
|2."Power System Dynamics and Stability" by P Sauer and M A Pai|
Book Review: The book introduces readers to electromagnetic transient analysis and provides a systematic derivation of dynamic models for synchronous machines, including speed and voltage control subsystems. The author also demonstrates how to use these models for simulation and stability analysis. Special attention is given to the calculation of initial conditions and alternative computational methods for simulation. This book is an excellent resource for those seeking a comprehensive understanding of electromagnetic transient analysis and dynamic modeling of synchronous machines.
|3."Power System Dynamics, Stability and Control" by K R Padiyar|
Book Review: The book starts by introducing readers to the fundamental concepts of stability before delving into system model development in detail. It also provides valuable information on small signal stability analysis and its application to low-frequency oscillation problems. Additionally, the book covers SSR phenomenon and transient stability issues. Other chapters explore topics such as microwaves and optoelectronics, power transmission and distribution controllers, and more. This book is an excellent resource for those seeking a comprehensive understanding of stability and its related topics in power systems.
|4."Dynamics and Control of Switched Electronic Systems: Advanced Perspectives for Modeling, Simulation and Control of Power Converters" by Iannelli|
“Dynamics and Control of Switched Electronic Systems: Advanced Perspectives for Modeling, Simulation and Control of Power Converters” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive analysis of recent advancements in the modeling, simulation, and control of switched electronic systems. The author covers topics such as converter topologies, modulation techniques, continuous-time, discrete-time, and hybrid models, as well as modern control strategies for power converters. Additionally, challenges in numerical simulation are discussed using numerous illustrations, examples, and numerical simulations. This book is an excellent resource for engineers and applied mathematicians who work on system and circuit theory, control system development, and the design of electronic and energy conversion systems.
|5."Handbook of Electrical Power System Dynamics: Modeling, Stability, and Control" by Mohammad Shahidehpour|
“Handbook of Electrical Power System Dynamics: Modeling, Stability, and Control” Book Review: This book covers electrical power system dynamics and blackouts in a comprehensive manner. The author provides mathematical models for essential components of power plants and the control systems used in dispatch centers to help readers understand the phenomena leading to blackouts and how to design cost-effective and reliable solutions for them. The book describes analytical methods for power system behavior, including rotor angle stability, voltage stability, and control mechanisms for frequency and voltage. The author also explores alternative energy sources, such as efficient wind generation systems. Readers will find numerous illustrative examples, graphs, equations, and exercises to help them grasp the fundamentals of modeling, stability, and control of power system dynamics. This book is ideal for power system engineers, smart grid analysts, system operators, utility workers, manufacturers, consultants, vendors, and researchers seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills in this field.
|6."Nonlinear Control Systems and Power System Dynamics" by Shengwei Mei Yuanzhang Sun Qiang Lu|
“Nonlinear Control Systems and Power System Dynamics” Book Review: The book offers a comprehensive examination of nonlinear control of electric power systems, utilizing nonlinear control theory from the differential geometric approach and nonlinear robust control method. It includes mathematical proofs and formulas used to derive the nonlinear control laws of power systems, along with discussions of the implementation of nonlinear control theory to practical engineering control designs using microprocessors. With numerous examples and exercises, this book is an ideal resource for advanced level courses, as well as engineers and researchers interested in applying modern nonlinear control theory to practical engineering control designs.
|7."POWER SYSTEM DYNAMICS : STABILITY AND CONTROL" by Dr Jonathan Moore and Prof Hillary Simpson|
“Power Systems Dynamics: Stability and Control” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive coverage of power system dynamics, helping readers gain a better understanding of how complex systems behave over time. The author elaborates on the internal feedback loops and time delays that affect the behavior of an entire complex system in great detail, making it an invaluable resource for both students and professionals seeking to enhance their knowledge in this area.
|8."Power System Dynamics: Stability and Control" by Jan Machowski|
“Power Systems Dynamics: Stability and Control” Book Review: This comprehensive book on power system dynamics covers the underlying principles, models, and algorithms involved in the field. The book explores topics like voltage stability, frequency stability, and steady-state stability through various analyses. It also covers wind power generation and the use of wide-area measurement systems for real-time control. The book uses case studies of blackouts that occurred in North America and Europe from 2003 to 2006 to explain WAMS and their applications. It further studies the application of Lyapunov direct method to enhance stability of multi-machine power systems using diagrams and solved examples. It’s an ideal resource for electrical engineering undergraduates, graduates, practicing engineers, and researchers.
|9."Nonlinear Power Flow Control Design: Utilizing Exergy, Entropy, Static and Dynamic Stability, and Lyapunov Analysis" by David G Wilson Rush D Robinett III Wilson Robinett|
“Nonlinear Power Flow Control Design: Utilizing Exergy, Entropy, Static and Dynamic Stability and Lyapunov Analysis” Book Review: This book explores the design process of control systems to tackle renewable energy electric grid integration problems with a focus on exergy flow, limit cycles, and balancing competing power flows. The book proposes a unique set of criteria to design controllers for a class of nonlinear systems by integrating information theoretic concepts. It features numerous case studies to study the theoretical basis of Hamiltonian systems with thermodynamics and approaches the control design process as a power flow control problem. Additionally, the book discusses ongoing renewable energy problems such as wind turbine load alleviation, electric power grid control issues, and novel control designs for micro-grids that use wind and sunlight as energy sources. Advanced topics like human factors and the sustainability of self-organizing systems are covered as well.
|10."Control of limit cycles in hybrid dynamical systems: An introduction to cyclic switched systems. Application to power converters" by Diego Alejandro Patino Guevara|
“Control of Limit Cycles in Hybrid Dynamical Systems: An Introduction to Cyclic Switched Systems. Application to Power Converters” Book Review: This book focuses on limit cycle control for cyclic switched systems, which belong to the class of hybrid dynamical systems. The authors consider both predictive and optimal control methods for tracking cyclic systems and provide solutions applicable to transients. They propose algorithms based on affine nonlinear models that can be executed in real-time. The book also includes experiments related to power converters to illustrate the practical application of these methods.
|11."Vector Control of Three-Phase AC Machines (Power Systems)" by Nguyen Phung Quang|
“Vector Control of Three-Phase AC Machines (Power Systems)” Book Review: This book provides a practical approach to the vector control of three-phase AC machines, including induction motors with squirrel-cage rotors (IM), permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSM) and doubly-fed induction machines (DFIM). The focus is on the application of IM and PMSM in electrical drive systems using field-orientated control, which has been established in practice. The book also covers the use of grid-voltage oriented control of DFIMs in wind power plants. It is beneficial for students, researchers, practitioners, development engineers, and designers working in the field of electrical drives and wind-power technology.
|12."Advances in Power System Modelling, Control and Stability Analysis (Energy Engineering)" by Frederico Milano|
“Advances in Power System Modelling, Control and Stability Analysis (Energy Engineering)” Book Review: This textbook provides comprehensive coverage of modern electric power systems, focusing on the evolving technologies and new methodologies being used to model, simulate, and operate them. The book combines theoretical concepts, practical insights, and real-world applications to deliver an engaging and informative resource. It explores a range of topics including telegrapher equations, power flow analysis with uncertainty, discrete Fourier transformation, stochastic differential equations, and power system modeling research. The book also delves into power system operation and control, optimal power flow, real-time control, state estimation techniques, and advances in stability analysis, including voltage stability, time delays, transient stability, and limit cycles. With its accessible style and wealth of insights, this book is an invaluable resource for students and researchers in the field of electric power systems modeling and control.
3. Digital Protection of Power Systems
|1."Protective Relaying: Principles and Applications" by J L Blackburn|
“Protective Relaying: Principles and Applications” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive overview of protection relays and power system protection, with a specific emphasis on the latest advancements in this field. It covers the basics of generator intertie protection, generator protection, and generator excitation systems, with a focus on the technological developments in the design of protective systems. The book addresses the challenges of power system protection faced by users and offers innovative techniques for protecting modern power system facilities. It is an excellent resource for protection engineers, practitioners, researchers, and students.
|2."Computer Relaying for Power Systems" by A G Phadke and J S THorp|
“Computer Relaying for Power Systems” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive overview of computer relaying, covering both fundamental concepts and recent advancements in the field. Topics such as mathematical algorithms, relaying practices, transmission line relaying, system relaying and control, hardware organization, transformer protection, and new relaying principles are explained in detail. Advanced topics like AI in digital relays, signal processing, wide area measurements, and optical current and voltage transformers are also covered. The book includes solved examples and end-of-chapter exercises, making it suitable for professionals, practicing engineers, researchers, and students looking to gain knowledge in computer relaying.
|3."Digital Power System Protection" by Ravindra P Singh|
“Digital Power System Protection” Book Review: This book provides a clear and concise explanation of the basic principles of power system protection schemes, covering conventional types of relays and general relaying schemes. In addition, it offers an in-depth analysis of microprocessor-based digital relaying schemes. This book is recommended for students, practicing engineers, and researchers seeking a comprehensive understanding of power system protection.
|4."Real Time Digital Signal Processing in Power Systems using FPGAs: An Analysis of Time-Varying Waveform Distortions and Power Disturbances" by Uwe Meyer-Baese and Jinglin Xu|
“Real Time Digital Signal Processing in Power Systems using FGPAs: An Analysis of Time-Varying Waveform Distortions and Power Disturbances” Book Review: This book details a research project carried out at Florida State University, aimed at finding a new method for tracking time-varying power system signals that can replace the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). The book describes an alternative method based on Amplitude Demodulation, which can be used in real-time and has been optimized for implementation on Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs). The book is tailored towards professionals working in the fields of power quality, FPGA technology, and digital signal processing, including scientists, researchers, and engineers.
|5."Low Power Digital Vlsi Design: Circuits And Systems" by S Ramamurthy|
“Low Power Digital VLSI Design Circuits and Systems” Book Review: This book provides an in-depth coverage of low-power VLSI digital circuit and system design. It emphasizes the importance of designing new-generation products that consume minimal power, occupy minimal area, and achieve high-speed operation. The book also features a comprehensive study of some state-of-the-art products to illustrate the principles of lower delays and smaller chip areas. It is an ideal resource for researchers, students, and instructors interested in the field of low-power VLSI design.
|6."Pragmatic Power" by William J Eccles|
“Pragmatic Circuits: Signals and Filters” Book Review: This book provides a hands-on guide to signal circuits and processing, with a specific focus on signals as opposed to power. Taking a practical approach, the book offers a concise overview of the Fourier series and spectra, followed by a thorough discussion of filter design and the properties of the Fourier transform. By studying spectra, readers can learn how to obtain a spectrum even if a signal is not periodic, with the help of Fourier transform. The book is an ideal resource for electrical engineering students, scientists, and practicing engineers at all levels.
|7."POWER SUPPLY DEVICES AND SYSTEMS OF RELAY PROTECTION" by Vladimir Gurevich|
“Power Supply Devices and Systems of Relay Protection” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive coverage of both theoretical and practical aspects of auxiliary power supply systems and devices. The first chapter provides an overview of transistors, thyristors, logic elements, optocouplers, and relays, and their principles of operation. The subsequent chapters delve into built-in digital protection relay power supplies, uninterruptible power supply, battery chargers, accumulator batteries, and characteristics of auxiliary DC systems at substations and power plants. The book also addresses insulation problems, voltage dips, and electromagnetic disturbances such as blackouts, surges, and spikes. It is an ideal resource for relay protection and electrical power engineers, as well as professionals dealing with AC and DC auxiliary power systems in power plants and substations.
|8."Low-Power Digital VLSI Design: Circuits and Systems" by Abdellatif Bellaouar Mohamed Elmasry|
“Lower-Power Digital VLSI Design: Circuits and Systems” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive coverage of device modeling and process technologies. It offers an in-depth discussion of power dissipation of I/O circuits, pass-transistor logic families, techniques for reducing static power consumption, designs of different subsystems of advanced CMOS, and low-power techniques. The book also covers low-power design methodology and addresses the low-voltage issues of digital BiCMOS and CMOS circuits. It further presents various power minimization techniques at the architecture, circuit, algorithm, and logic levels. This book is an excellent resource for researchers, students, and practicing engineers in the field of low-power VLSI design.
|9."Modular Low-Power, High-Speed CMOS Analog-To-Digital Converter of Embedded Systems" by Bedrich J Hosticka|
“Modular Low-Power, High-Speed CMOS Analog-To-Digital Converter of Embedded Systems” Book Review: This book provides an in-depth coverage of the design techniques for high-speed, low-power analog-to-digital converters processed by standard CMOS technology. It also addresses physical integration issues of A/D converters in System-on-Chip (SoC). Special attention is given to substrate crosstalk and the design of reference voltage networks to deal with these issues. This book is an excellent resource for students, researchers, and professionals interested in this field.
|10."Advanced Resource Allocation for Multicarrier DSL Systems" by Saswat Panigrahi|
“Advanced Resource Allocation for Multicarrier DSL Systems” Book Review: This book provides an in-depth analysis of the modulation and coding techniques used in Digital Subscriber Loop (DSL) communication, as well as various communication principles applied in the industry today. The author discusses bit-loading algorithms, adaptive power usage, multi-user interference, OFDM, and modulation and coding assignments across subscribers and users. Additionally, the book proposes advanced algorithms for faster and more robust broadband access in the future. The author also explores a multiuser margin maximization algorithm for enhanced error robustness in channels shared by multiple users. The theoretical framework of communication theory, information theory, and optimization is demonstrated through real-life applications and industry standards. This book is an excellent resource for both researchers and practicing engineers.
|11."Advanced Technologies for Future Transmission Grids (Power Systems)" by Gianluigi Migliavacca|
“Advanced Technologies for Future Transmission Grids (Power Systems)” Book Review: This book takes a technical-economic approach to analyze the technology targeted by transmission system operators. It provides a comprehensive overview of technical aspects such as supply security, integration of renewable energy sources, and creation of integrated energy markets, using case studies and examples. The book’s primary focus is on the European market, and its conclusions can be applied to other regions as well. It discusses power transmission engineering for meeting renewable energy targets by maximizing the use of existing infrastructure. The book is a valuable resource for transmission grid planners and designers, as it elaborates on state-of-the-art technologies that address various challenges.
|12."Large-Scale Solar Power System Design (GreenSource Books): An Engineering Guide for Grid-Connected Solar Power Generation" by Peter Gevorkian|
“Large-Scale Solar Power System Design (GreenSource Books): An Engineering Guide for Grid-Connected Solar Power Generation” Book Review: This book offers a comprehensive guide to designing and building large-scale solar power systems that are connected to the grid. It covers all aspects of solar power system design and installation, providing valuable guidance on engineering design methodologies and construction guidelines. The book is divided into several chapters, including an overview of solar power system technologies such as photovoltaic and thin-film solar cells, feasibility studies for photovoltaic power systems, construction of large-scale solar power systems, and project management for solar power systems. Additionally, the book discusses various aspects of solar power system technologies such as planning, cost estimates, and financing. This book is an essential resource for engineers, designers, project managers, and anyone interested in solar power system design and construction.
|13."Reliability and Risk Evaluation of Wind Integrated Power Systems" by Roy Billinton and Rajesh Karki|
“Reliability and Risk Evaluation of Wind Integrated Power Systems” Book Review: This book represents the collective expertise of international power systems professionals. It examines crucial components of power systems that incorporate wind energy, including topics such as the development and methodology of Wind Power Scenario Tree Tool, the use of hourly time series models in day-ahead wind power commitment, non-sequential Monte Carlo reliability evaluation that accounts for wind-load correlation, and probabilistic ramp detection and forecasting for wind power prediction. The text is supplemented with relevant real-world data and helpful visual aids.
|14."Analysis of Electrical Circuits with Variable Load Regime Parameters: Projective Geometry Method (Power Systems)" by A Penin|
“Analysis of Electrical Circuits with Variable Load Regime Parameters: Projective Geometry Method (Power Systems)” Book Review: This book provides an introduction to the subject of invariant relationships and presents generalized equivalent circuits. The use of projective geometry is also explained, which is useful for interpreting changes in operating regime parameters. The book covers the expression of normalized regime parameters and their changes through convenient formulas. Other topics covered include parallel voltage sources and the cascade connection of multi-port networks. This book is suitable for engineers, researchers, and graduate students seeking an introduction to the subject.
|15."Computational Methods for Electric Power Systems" by Mariesa L. Crow|
“Computational Methods for Electric Power Systems” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive guide for both students and professionals in the fields of electrical and power engineering. It covers a wide range of topics including network operating status, estimation of current power flows and bus voltages, determination of stability limits, and cost minimization. The book provides detailed explanations of computer simulation, integral control, and security assessment. Additionally, it includes in-depth discussions on various numerical methods such as generalized minimal residual (GMRES) methods, numerical differentiation, secant methods, homotopy and continuation methods, power method for computing dominant eigenvalues, singular-value decomposition and pseudoinverses, and matrix pencil method.
4. Deregulation and Restructured Power System
|1."Restructured Power System and Electricity Market Forecasting" by M M Tripathi|
“Restructured Power System and Electricity Market Forecasting” Book Review: This book is for undergraduate and postgraduate students of Electrical Engineering and researchers in the field of electricity market forecasting. The book presents an overview of the power system structure and capacity in India, and the challenges encountered during the restructuring of the power system. It elaborates on various pricing mechanisms, market entities and structures, concerns in operating electricity markets, and the significance of forecasting electricity market parameters. The book also discusses neural network-based forecasting tools used for calculating short-term load, price, and spinning reserve forecasts in different power markets, and how they enhance the operation, security, and reliability of electricity markets. Each chapter includes questions and exercises to help readers gain a better understanding of the subject and to find solutions to some of the issues associated with power system restructuring.
|2."Operation of Restructured Power Systems (Power Electronics and Power Systems)" by Kankar Bhattacharya and Math Bollen|
“Operation of Restructured Power Systems (Power Electronics and Power Systems)” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive overview of the deregulation process in the electricity supply industry and its operational aspects. It is a valuable reference for electric utility personnel involved in scheduling, dispatch, grid operations, and related activities, as well as for those in energy trading businesses, electricity markets, and energy sector financing institutions. Additionally, power engineers, energy economists, and researchers in universities and utilities can benefit from the discussion of mathematical models and recent research work. The book covers a range of topics, including power system economic operation, transmission open access and pricing issues, ancillary services management, reliability and deregulation, and power quality issues. Each chapter includes questions to help readers gain a deeper understanding of the concepts presented.
|3."Restructured Electrical Power Systems: Operation: Trading, and Volatility (Power Engineering (Willis))" by Mohammad Shahidehpour and M Alomoush|
“Restructured Electrical Power Systems: Operation, Trading and Volatility” Book Review: This book examines the primary difficulties confronted by electric utilities during the process of restructuring. It covers electric utility markets both in and outside the USA, the Open Access Same-Time Information System (OASIS), electricity transaction tagging, electric energy trading, risk management tools for hedging in electricity markets, electricity pricing including volatility, risk and forecasting, Regional Transmission Organization (RTO), and other related topics. The text concludes with a list of acronyms, bibliography, citations, tables and figures to facilitate readers in locating and comprehending the book’s content and concepts. It is suitable for professionals in the energy industry, researchers, and students pursuing electrical engineering degrees.
|4."Electrical Power Systems: Analysis, Security and Deregulation" by Venkatesh E|
“Electrical Power Systems: Analysis, Security and Deregulation” Book Review: This book is designed for students studying electrical engineering. It focuses on three main areas of power systems engineering: analysis, security, and deregulation. It is recommended for undergraduate and postgraduate students in power engineering and management courses. The book is divided into three sections. Section 1 covers power system analysis, including load flow analysis, fault analysis, and power system stability. Section 2 discusses power system security, including operations, state estimation, and optimal power flow. The final section covers deregulation, including power system restructuring and operations in the power market. Each chapter has exercises at the end to help students learn the concepts and prepare for exams. The book ends with a bibliography and an index.
|5."Power System Restructuring and Deregulation: Trading, Performance and Inforamtion Technology?" by Lol Lei Lai|
“Power System Restructuring and Deregulation Trading, Performance and Information Technology” Book Review: This book gives an introduction to the advancements in technology that have helped utility companies in redesigning their businesses. It covers topics like energy generation, deregulation of electric utilities, competitive wholesale electricity markets, distribution in a deregulated market, transmission expansion, transmission open access, and application of the internet to power system monitoring and trading. The book includes graphs, figures, and case studies for each chapter, as well as problems and numericals for students to practice. At the end of each chapter, there are solved examples to help readers understand the concepts better. It is recommended for students in power engineering and professionals in the industry.
|6."Operation of Market-oriented Power Systems" by Yong-Hua Song and Xi-Fan Wang|
“Operation of Market-oriented Power Systems” Book Review: This book is helpful for engineers, researchers, and scientists who work with modern power systems. It covers important operational issues like congenital management, available transfer capability calculations, price forecasting, and optimal bidding strategies. Each chapter includes an evaluation of global research and industry practices, with information from Europe, the US, and Australia. This book is a great resource for learning, understanding, and comparing recent information in the field of operation and control of modern power systems.
|7."Power System Deregulation: Loss Sharing in Bilateral Contracts and Genterator Profit Maximization" by Ashikur Bhuiya|
“Power System Deregulation: Loss Sharing in Bilateral Contracts and Generator Profit Maximization” Book Review: This book provides an in-depth analysis of load flow based loss allocation techniques, supported by mathematical proof. It explains how power generating entities work to maximize their profits using real power, reactive power, and spinning reserve margin. The book presents a profit maximization model based on market price forecasts for these three elements. To test their understanding, students can use the questions at the end of each chapter as a gauge of their progress and to help them prepare for exams.
|8."Market Operations in Electric Power Systems: Forecasting, Scheduling, and Risk Management (Wiley – IEEE)" by Mohammad Shahidehpour and Hatim Yamin|
“Market Operations in Electric Power Systems: Forecasting, Scheduling and Risk Management” Book Review: This book is about the changes in the electricity industry caused by deregulation. It explains how the industry is being restructured and talks about new trends in power systems. It’s written in a way that’s easy for both technical and non-technical professionals in power engineering, finance, and marketing to understand. The book covers topics like how electricity markets work, how to predict electricity prices, how to make sure there’s enough power available, how to set prices for using power lines, and more. Real-world examples are included, along with questions at the end of each chapter to help readers understand the concepts better.
|9."Modular Load Flow for Restructured Power Systems (Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering)" by M V Hariharan and S D Varwandkar|
“Modular Load Flow for Restructured Power Systems” Book Review: This book explores a new method called modular load flow for analyzing electrical circuits that use power as their source. It uses mathematical structures to deal with real-life situations in power systems, including those with well-conditioned, ill-conditioned, and very low voltage conditions. The book also examines the Indian blackouts that occurred on July 30 and 31, 2012, by using a grid network. Each chapter includes lecture notes and questions, making it a useful resource for researchers and students alike.
|10."Harmonic Source Identification in Restructured Power System" by Kriti Vaid|
“Harmonic Source Identification in Restructured Power System” Book Review: This book focuses on identifying the presence of harmonic sources in restructured power systems and pinpointing which sources contribute to harmonic distortion at a particular bus in the system. The book places a high priority on research related to harmonic loads in deregulated power systems and highlights recent developments in this area. It is recommended for postgraduate students pursuing power engineering and power systems, and serves as a reference for teachers and researchers in this field. The book includes exercises and questions to help readers better understand the concepts presented.
|11."Switchgear Protection and Power Systems : Theory, Practice and Solved Problems" by Sunil S Rao|
“Switchgear Protection and Power Systems: Theory, Practice and Solved Problems” Book Review: This book gives an in-depth look at switchgear protection and power systems, including both theory and practice. It offers real-world examples and practice questions to help readers better understand the subject. The book covers outdoor and indoor switchgear, discussing their characteristics, costs, advantages, and disadvantages. It also covers power system protection and many other related topics. This book is ideal for students, teachers, and professionals in the fields of engineering and science who want to learn more about switchgear protection and power systems.
5. Application of Power Electronics to Power Systems
|1."HVDC Power Transmission Systems" by K R Padiyar|
Book Review: The book provides a detailed description of the emerging technology of VSC-HVDC links. It covers the latest developments in this field, including the application of hybrid active filters, capacitor-commutated converters, and double and triple tuned filters. The book is authored by leading scientists and academics, making it a valuable resource for innovative research and teaching.
|2."Understanding FACTS" by N G Hingorani and L Gyugyi|
“Understanding FACTS” Book Review: This book discusses how Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS) can improve the control, stability, and power transfer capabilities of AC transmission systems. The text explains the use of power semiconductor devices, voltage-sourced converters, and current-sourced converters in detail. It also covers the principles underlying FACTS to better understand equipment specifications and engineering design. A comparison of the performance of different FACTS controllers such as SVC, STATCOM, TCSC, SSSC, UPFC, and IPFC, as well as voltage regulators and phase shifters, is provided. Electrical engineers who are interested in power electronics can benefit from this book.
|3."HVDC Transmission: Power Conversion Applications in Power Systems" by Chan-Ki Kim|
“HVDC Transmission: Power Conversion Applications in Power Systems” Book Review: This book is all about HVDC technology, which stands for High Voltage Direct Current. It explains both the theory and practical aspects of HVDC and covers the latest research in this field. The book shows how to design, analyze, and maintain HVDC systems, with separate chapters on simulation and main circuit design. The book also includes case studies and solved examples that show how to connect wind power systems to HVDC. It also talks about modern applications of HVDC, such as active power filters, PWM, VSC, and 800 KV systems, to give readers an idea of future HVDC trends. This book is suitable for power utility engineers, power transmission researchers, and advanced undergraduates and postgraduates in power engineering programs.
|4."POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING" by Nagrath and D Kothari|
“Power System Engineering” Book Review: This book provides a thorough introduction to the basics of power system engineering, covering topics such as voltage stability, overhead line insulators, neutral grounding, and corona. It discusses the resistance, capacitance, inductance, and power system components in detail. The book includes several solved examples, review problems, and objective type questions to aid in understanding. At the end of the book, there is an appendix section that includes MATLAB and SIMULINK program methods for analyzing power quality and power systems. The book is aimed at students, teachers, and professionals in the field of power engineering.
|5."POWER SYSTEM HARMONIC ANALYSIS" by ARRILLAGA J|
“Power System Harmonic Analysis” Book Review: This book presents advanced analytical and modeling tools to assess the behavior of components and systems and their interactions at harmonic frequencies. It introduces the main harmonic modeling methods, then focuses on the interaction of AC/DC converters with the power system and analyzes the behavior of harmonic sources. The book explains how to predict accurately the levels of voltage and current harmonics throughout the power system, including in unstable conditions and uncharacteristic harmonics. It also covers accurate assessment of harmonic sources and precise harmonic flow analysis. The book is aimed at engineers, researchers, and postgraduate students studying power systems and power electronics.
|6."Power Electronics: Circuits, Devices and Applications" by Rashid|
“Power Electronics: Circuit, Devices, and Applications” Book Review: This book provides an introduction to semiconductor devices and their uses in power conversions. It covers power switching devices, conversion methods, analysis techniques, and applications. It also explores four relevant applications, including FACTS, static switches, power supplies, DC drives, and AC drives. Future potential in power electronics is also discussed. The book is aimed at junior or senior undergraduates studying electrical and electronic engineering.
|7."Power System Analysis" by P S R Murty|
“Power Systems Analysis” Book Review: This book explains how interconnected power systems work under both steady and dynamic conditions during disturbances. It covers the underlying principles of power system stability, excitation systems, and small disturbance analysis in detail. It also discusses the integration of renewable power sources into the grid. The book provides several examples and solved problems to help readers understand how power flows through an interconnected grid. This book is useful for professionals, consultants, and students in related engineering fields.
|8."POWER SYSTEM PROTECTION AND SWITCHGEAR" by Vishwakarma Ram|
“Power System Protection and Switchgear” Book Review: This is a comprehensive textbook that provides a thorough understanding of power system protection and switchgear technologies. The book covers a wide range of topics, including fault analysis, protective relays, circuit breakers, transformers, and earthing systems. It delves into the principles and techniques of power system protection, discussing various protection schemes and their application in different power system components. The chapters also address the design, operation, and maintenance of switchgear equipment. With its clear explanations and practical examples, this book is a valuable resource for electrical engineering students and professionals working in the field of power systems.
|9."Power System Analysis" by T K Nagsarkar and M S Sukhija|
“Power System Analysis” Book Review: This book provides a thorough understanding of power system analysis, including the principles, techniques, and their application to practical problems. The book discusses the transmission line parameters, steady-state performance, traveling wave phenomena, and symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analysis. Additionally, the book covers simulation of power system elements, power flow studies, power system control, and stability analysis, using MATLAB programming language. It is a valuable resource for practicing engineers, as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students in electrical engineering.
6. Advance Power System device and Instrumentation
|1."Advances in Power Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering" by Vinu V Das and Nessy Thankachan|
“Advances in Power Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive guide that explores the latest advancements in power electronics and instrumentation. The book covers a wide range of topics, including power electronic devices, converters, inverters, motor drives, and renewable energy systems. It also delves into instrumentation techniques, measurement systems, control systems, and signal processing. Each chapter provides in-depth knowledge and practical insights into the emerging technologies and applications in the field. With its informative content and up-to-date information, this book is a valuable resource for students, researchers, and professionals in the field of power electronics and instrumentation engineering.
|2."Induction Motor Control Design (Advances in Industrial Control)" by Riccardo Marino and Patrizio Tomei|
“Induction Motor Control Design (Advances in Industrial Control)” Book Review: This book is useful for those who want to learn about designing nonlinear control systems. The book explains the process of designing estimation and control algorithms for induction motors, including speed sensorless control. It provides information about non-linear adaptive controls, parameter estimation algorithms, and simulations of different control algorithms. The book covers structural properties, modelling, state feedback control, and estimation algorithms. It also includes details on complex feedback control algorithms based on stator current measurements.
|3."Power Electronics and Motor Drives: Advances and Trends" by Bimal K Bose|
“Power Electronics and Motor Drives: Advances and Trends” Book Review: This book covers the topic of power electronics, including technological advancements and various applications in industries such as commercial, residential, aerospace, and military. The book presents recent developments in this field, and explains complex theories and mathematics with the help of tables and diagrams.
|4."Hierarchical Power Systems Control: Its Value in a Changing Industry (Advances in Industrial Control)" by Marija Ilic and Shell Liu|
“Hierarchical Power Systems Control: Its Value in a Changing Industry (Advances in Industrial Control)” Book Review: This book is useful for both industrial economists and students studying electrical power engineering. It covers various topics related to performance objectives, control designs, and economic techniques used in power systems. The book also draws connections between the electric power industry and more conventional supply processes in other countries.
|5."Frequency References, Power Management for SoC, and Smart Wireless Interfaces: Advances in Analog Circuit Design" by Andrea Baschirotto and Kofi A A Makinwa|
“Frequency References, Power Management for SoC, and Smart Wireless Interfaces: Advances in Analog Circuit Design” Book Review: This book is helpful for individuals interested in research and development of analog circuits. The content is presented in an organized and easily understandable manner. The book covers topics such as frequency reference, power management for systems-on-chip, and smart wireless interfaces in analog circuit design.
|6."Model-based Fault Diagnosis in Dynamic Systems Using Identification Techniques (Advances in Industrial Control)" by Silvio Simani and Cesare Fantuzzi|
“Model-based Fault Diagnosis in Dynamic Systems Using Identification Techniques (Advances in Industrial Control)” Book Review: This book is useful for researchers in control and fault identification. It highlights the importance of ensuring that industrial processes are free from catastrophic system failures and proposes automatic supervision of closed loop operation to detect and isolate faults. The book discusses the analytical redundancy technique, which covers topics such as model structure selection, parameter identification, residual generation, and fault diagnosis and isolation.
|7."Power Electrical Systems 2015: Extended Papers from the International Conference (Advances in Systems, Signals and Devices)" by Faouzi Derbel and Nabil Derbel|
“Power Electrical Systems 2015: Extended Papers from the International Conference (Advances in Systems, Signals and Devices)” Book Review: This book provides valuable insights for researchers in various fields of electrical engineering. It covers topics such as automotive electrical systems, electric machine design, power systems, power electronic converters, and renewable energy systems. The book focuses on the applications of power electronics in renewable energy systems and also discusses the modeling and control of electrical machines. Additionally, it includes information on variable speed generating systems and transformers.
|8."Power Systems and Smart Energies (Advances in Systems, Signals and Devices)" by Faouzi Derbel and Nabil Derbel|
“Power Systems and Smart Energies (Advances in Systems, Signals and Devices)” Book Review: The book provides a comprehensive overview of various topics related to electrical machines design, power electronics, and renewable energy systems. It covers a range of subjects such as voltage control, electromagnetic compatibility, monitoring and diagnostics, and automotive power drives. In addition, the book delves into hybrid renewable energy systems, power electronics topologies and control used in renewable energy systems, electric machine modeling and control, special machines, power systems, power electronic converters, and more. The book is an excellent resource for researchers, engineers, and students interested in these areas.
|9."Numerical Modelling and Design of Electrical Machines and Devices: 1 (Advances in Electrical & Electronic Engineering)" by R Belmans and K Hameyer|
“Numerical Modelling and Design of Electrical Machines and Devices: 1 (Advances in Electrical & Electronic Engineering)” Book Review: This book is particularly advantageous for both undergraduate and graduate students. It comprehensively explains the finite element method (FEM) and its practical applications in designing electrical machines and electromagnetic devices, such as motors and transformers, with frequencies less than 10kHz. It also offers a detailed understanding of the theories and techniques for modeling and simulating electromagnetic devices.
|10."Unified Power Flow Controller Technology and Application" by Jijun Yin|
“Unified Power Flow Controller Technology and Application” Book Review: This book is designed for both academic and engineering professionals working in the areas of power system protection control, power system planning, and HVDC FACTS. It offers a thorough exploration of UPFC technology, covering the design principles, control and protection, and insulation coordination. The book presents the latest research and practical accomplishments related to UPFC and MMC technology. It covers the test techniques for the main components, closed-loop test techniques, and onsite techniques for implementing UPFC projects. The book provides insight into the theoretical analysis and practical application of UPFC, as well as the control mechanism of advanced MMC technology.
|11."Computational Methods in Power System Analysis (Atlantis Studies in Scientific Computing in Electromagnetics)" by Reijer Idema and Domenico J P Lahaye|
“Computational Methods in Power System Analysis (Atlantis Studies in Scientific Computing in Electromagnetics)” Book Review: This book focuses on the computational methods necessary for studying power flow and contingency analysis. The first part of the book covers the fundamental computational methods and mathematical concepts, while the second part discusses power flow and contingency analysis in detail. The book compares traditional problem-solving methods with modern solvers, and outlines the theoretical and experimental issues that the latter can overcome, emphasizing the advantages of this contemporary approach.
|12."Voltage Stability of Electric Power Systems (Power Electronics and Power Systems)" by Thierry van Cutsem and Costas Vournas|
“Voltage Stability of Electric Power Systems (Power Electronics and Power Systems)” Book Review: This is a comprehensive reference book that focuses on the critical aspect of voltage stability in electric power systems. The book covers a wide range of topics, including voltage stability phenomena, voltage collapse mechanisms, and methods for voltage stability analysis and control. It explores various techniques for assessing voltage stability and provides insights into the application of power electronics devices for voltage control. With its extensive coverage and detailed explanations, this book is an invaluable resource for researchers, engineers, and students in the field of power electronics and power systems.
|13."Power System SCADA and Smart Grids" by Mini S Thomas and John Douglas McDonald|
“Power System SCADA and Smart Grids” Book review: This book is written for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as researchers in the fields of electrical and electronics engineering, embedded systems, and computer engineering. It provides a comprehensive overview of power system supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), including its fundamentals and potential applications. The book discusses the evolution of SCADA systems and their use in power systems, as well as the data acquisition process. It then delves into the components of SCADA systems, including legacy remote terminal units (RTUs) and the latest intelligent electronic devices (IEDs), data concentrators, and master stations. Furthermore, the book emphasizes the importance of distribution automation and distribution management systems (DA/DMS) and energy management systems (EMS) for transmission control centers.
7. Power System SCADA
|1."Power System SCADA and Smart Grids" by Mini S Thomas and John Douglas McDonald|
“Power System SCADA and Smart Grids” Book Review: This book explains the basics of power system control and data acquisition. It talks about the different parts of SCADA systems, how they have changed over time, and how data is collected. The book covers many topics such as communication, media usage, and automation. It also discusses energy management systems and smart homes. The book also looks at hybrid electric cars and how to manage them. The book is designed for students and researchers who want to learn about power systems and SCADA technology. It is an essential guide for anyone working in electrical engineering.
|2."PLCs and SCADA: Theory and Practice" by Rajesh Mehra and Vikrant Vij|
“PLCs and SCADA: Theory and Practice” Book Review: This book is a guide for students of electronics and instrumental engineering who are pursuing PLCs. It is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students. The book contains practical and theoretical information about the operation of PLCs, which can help engineers in their practice. It covers various aspects of PLCs, including devices and systems. The main focus of the book is on PLC concepts that can be useful for future research in the field.
|3."GIS - Scada Integration: Approach for Power Distribution" by Priyanka Verma|
“GIS – Scada Integration: Approach for Power Distribution” Book Review: This book discusses the impact of power outages on our daily life and emphasizes the importance of a stable and efficient electricity distribution system. It explains the use of GIS technology in power distribution, providing power consumers with information that can be accessed through GIS. The book highlights topics such as data management, planning, and analysis. Additionally, it covers the automation of power distribution systems and situational awareness to ensure the uninterrupted supply of power.
|4."Power System Operation Control and Restructuring" by S K Gupta|
“Power System Operation Control and Restructuring” Book Review: This book is a beginner’s guide to power system modelling, stability analysis, and operation. It concentrates on restructured power systems and can be useful for power systems engineering students. The book provides practical examples with solved exercises in MATLAB and Simulink. It also covers data acquisition and supervisory control, as well as legal and regulatory aspects of power systems. The book is written in a self-study format that can benefit both researchers and practicing engineers.
|5."A Guide to Utility Automation: Amr, Scada, and: it Systems for Electric Power" by Michael Wiebe|
“A Guide to Utility Automation: Amr, Scada, and: it Systems for Electric Power” Book Review: This book explains the measurement and distribution of electricity and provides new solutions. It covers topics such as meter reading, billing, customer information systems (CIS), and call centers. The book also mentions US deregulation, utility commissions, automatic meter reading (AMR), customer service, Odyssey, and Chinese cursors. It contains information on energy service fraud, annual crime, and public AMR network options.
|6."SCADA and Its Application" by meng qing song|
“SCADA and Its Application” Book Review: This book is a comprehensive guide that delves into the world of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems. The book covers a wide range of topics, including the fundamentals of SCADA, system architecture, data acquisition and communication protocols, human-machine interface (HMI), real-time data processing, and alarm management. It also explores the practical applications of SCADA in various industries such as power systems, water management, and manufacturing. With its in-depth coverage and practical insights, this book serves as an invaluable resource for engineers, technicians, and researchers working in the field of SCADA systems.
|7."Securing Scada Systems (MISL-WILEY)" by Ronald L Krutz|
“Securing Scada Systems (MISL-WILEY)” Book Review: This book explains SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) systems and their operating and performance requirements. It provides information on various SCADA protocols for external networks and discusses SCADA system threats, protocol standards, and vulnerabilities. The book highlights how security controls can be applied to SCADA systems to ensure their safety and security. It also mentions different ways to safeguard infrastructure assets. This book is helpful for those who want to understand the working of SCADA systems and the measures needed to secure them.
|8."Designing SCADA Application Software: A Practical Approach" by Stuart G McCrady|
“Designing SCADA Application Software: A Practical Approach” Book Review: This book is written for students studying computer science and related subjects, as well as professionals in the industry who need a reference guide. Its purpose is to provide guidance for developing application software for automation systems. The book covers SCADA systems in depth, including field controllers and user interface workstations. It provides instructions and practical examples to aid in understanding the material.
|9."Control Design Techniques in Power Electronics Devices (Power Systems)" by Hebertt J Sira-Ramirez and Ramón Silva-Ortigoza|
“Control Design Techniques in Power Electronics Devices (Power Systems)” Book Review: This book is written for researchers, tutors, and students in power systems. It focuses on control theories that are relevant for designing control units for various power electronics devices, such as DC-DC converters, rectifiers, and inverters. The book covers sliding mode control, feedback control, linear state feedback, PID control, observer design, Lyapunov-based control, and passivity-based control. It also discusses exact feedback linearization, input-output linearization, differential flatness, generalized PID control, and passivity-based control. The book includes circuit layouts and schematics for better understanding of the topics.
|10."Power System Optimization: Large-scale Complex Systems Approaches" by CHEN and ZHANG|
“Power System Optimization: Large-scale Complex Systems Approaches” Book Review: This book gives an introduction to power system optimization and large-scale complex systems approaches. It covers optimization in power system planning and operation, and goes into detail about electricity markets. The book includes recent advances and emphasizes the application of microeconomics and game theory to power system optimization. It is intended for students, teachers, and professionals in the fields of engineering and science who work with large scale systems.