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Renewable and Efficient. Electric Power Systems. Gilbert M. Masters. Stanford University. A JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC., PUBLICATION. The second edition of Renewable and Efficient Electric Power Systems provides a solid, quantitative, practical introduction to a wide range of renewable energy. This is a comprehensive textbook for the new trend of distributed power generation systems and renewable energy sources in electric power.
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Throughout the book, we will provide the simulation testbeds used for each chapter in Chapter 9.
The instructors can use each chapter to study mathematical modeling with its supporting MATLAB testbed, as well as to provide for students with control projects. Ali Keyhani Mohammad N. Over the years, many graduate and undergraduate students at the Ohio State University have also contributed to the material presented in this book.
In particular, Ali Keyhani would like to acknowledge the contribution of the following people: Professor Charles A. Klein, the Associate Chair and Professor H. Ko, past Chairman of electrical and computer engineering at the Ohio State University for his support and guidance. The author also wishes to acknowledge the contribution of Mr. Jon L. Finally, the authors would like to acknowledge the support of their family.
Among its welfare effects, energy is closely linked to environmental pollution and degradation, economic development, and quality of living. Today, we are mostly dependent on nonrenewable fossil fuels that have been and will continue to be a major cause of pollution and climate change. Perhaps the greatest challenge in realizing a sustainable future is to develop technology for integration and control of renewable energy sources in smart grid distributed generation.
The smart power grid distributed energy system would provide the platform for the use of renewable sources and adequate emergency power for major metropolitan load centers and would safeguard in preventing the complete blackout of the interconnected power systems due to man-made events and environmental calamity and would provide the ability to break up the interconnected power systems into the cluster smaller regions.
The basic purpose of this book is to introduce the integration and control of renewable energy in electric power systems.
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Gilbert M. First published: Print ISBN: About this book This is a comprehensive textbook for the new trend of distributed power generation systems and renewable energy sources in electric power systems.
It covers the complete range of topics from fundamental concepts to major technologies as well as advanced topics for power consumers. New material has been presented both in the form of new topics as well as in greater depth in some areas.
The section on the fundamentals of electric power has been enhanced, making this edition a much better bridge to the more advanced courses in power that are returning to many electrical engineering programs. This includes an introduction to phasor notation, more emphasis on reactive power as well as real power, more on power converter and inverter electronics, and more material on generator technologies.
Realizing that many students, as well as professionals, in this increasingly important field may have modest electrical engineering backgrounds, early chapters develop the skills and knowledge necessary to understand these important topics without the need for supplementary materials. With numerous completely worked examples throughout, the book has been designed to encourage self-instruction.
The book includes worked examples for virtually every topic that lends itself to quantitative analysis. Each chapter ends with a problem set that provides additional practice.
This is an essential resource for a mixed audience of engineering and other technology-focused individuals.