Power generation, operation, and control

Power generation, operation, and control,A. J. Wood,B. F. Wollenberg

Power generation, operation, and control   (Citations: 1072)
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This book discusses the economic and engineering aspects used in the planning, operating, and controlling of power generation and transmission systems for electric utilities. It presents advanced mathematical and operations research methods used for electric power engineering problems. It covers methods currently applied in the control and operation of electric power systems. The contents are characteristics of power generation units. Economic Dispatch of Thermal Units and Methods of Solution. Transmission Losses. Unit Commitment. Generation with Limited Energy Supply. Hydrothermal Coordination. Energy Production Cost Models for Fuel Budgeting and Planning. Control of Generation. Interchange Evaluation and Power Pools. Power System Security. An introduction to State Estimation in Power Systems and Appendixes.
Published in 1984.
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