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## Contents of Fundamentals of Electric Power Engineering

**PART I PRELIMINARY MATERIAL**- Introduction
- The Scope of Electrical Engineering
- This Book’s Scope and Organization
- International Standards and Their Usage in This Book
- International Standardization Bodies
- The International System of Units (SI)
- Graphic Symbols for Circuit Drawings
- Names, Symbols, and Units
- Other Conventions
- Specific Conventions and Symbols in This Book
- Boxes Around Text
- Grayed Boxes
- Terminology
- Acronyms
- Reference Designations
- The Fundamental Laws of Electromagnetism
- Vector Fields
- Definition of E and B; Lorentz’s Force Law
- Gauss’s Law
- Ampère’s Law and Charge Conservation
- Magnetic Field and Matter
- Faraday’s Law
- Gauss’s Law for Magnetism
- Constitutive Equations of Matter
- General Considerations
- Continuous Charge Flow Across Conductors
- Maxwell’s Equations and Electromagnetic Waves
- Historical Notes
- Short Biography of Faraday
- Short Biography of Gauss
- Short Biography of Maxwell
- Short Biography of Ampère
- Short Biography of Lorentz
**PART II ELECTRIC CIRCUIT CONCEPT AND ANALYSIS**- Circuits as Modelling Tools
- Introduction
- Definitions
- Charge Conservation and Kirchhoff’s Current Law
- The Charge Conservation Law
- Charge Conservation and Circuits
- The Electric Current
- Formulations of Kirchhoff’s Current Law
- Circuit Potentials and Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law
- The Electric Field Inside Conductors
- Formulations of Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law
- Solution of a Circuit
- Determining Linearly Independent Kirchhoff Equations
- (Loop-Cuts Method)
- Constitutive Equations
- Number of Variables and Equations
- The Substitution Principle
- Kirchhoff’s Laws in Comparison with Electromagnetism Laws
- Power in Circuits
- Tellegen’s Theorem and Energy Conservation Law in Circuits
- Historical Notes
- Short Biography of Kirchhoff
- Short Biography of Tellegen
- Techniques for Solving DC Circuits
- Introduction
- Modelling Circuital Systems with Constant Quantities as Circuits
- The Basic Rule
- Resistors: Ohm’s Law
- Ideal and “Real” Voltage and Current Sources,
- Solving Techniques
- Basic Usage of Combined Kirchhoff-Constitutive Equations
- Nodal Analysis
- Mesh Analysis
- Series and Parallel Resistors; Star/Delta Conversion
- Voltage and Current Division
- Linearity and Superposition
- Thévenin’s Theorem
- Power and Energy and Joule’s Law
- More Examples
- Resistive Circuits Operating with Variable Quantities
- Historical Notes
- Short Biography of Ohm
- Short Biography of Thévenin
- Short Biography of Joule
- Proposed Exercises
- Techniques for Solving AC Circuits
- Introduction
- Energy Storage Element
- Power in Time-Varying Circuits
- The Capacitor
- Inductors and Magnetic Circuits
- Modelling Time-Varying Circuital Systems as Circuits
- The Basic Rule
- Modelling Circuital Systems When Induced EMFs Between Wires Cannot
- Be Neglected
- Mutual Inductors and the Ideal Transformer
- Systems Containing Ideal Transformers: Magnetically Coupled
- Circuits
- Simple R–L and R–C Transients
- AC Circuit Analysis
- Sinusoidal Functions
- Steady-State Behaviour of Linear Circuits Using Phasors
- AC Circuit Passive Parameters
- The Phasor Circuit
- Circuits Containing Sources with Different Frequencies
- Power in AC Circuits
- Instantaneous, Active, Reactive, and Complex Powers
- Circuits Containing Sources Having Different Frequencies
- Conservation of Complex, Active, and Reactive Powers
- Power Factor Correction
- Historical Notes
- Short Biography of Boucherot
- Proposed Exercises
- Three-Phase Circuits
- Introduction
- From Single-Phase to Three-Phase Systems
- Modelling Three-Phase Lines When Induced EMFs Between Wires Are
- Not Negligible
- The Single-Phase Equivalent of the Three-Phase Circuit
- Power in Three-Phase Systems
- Single-Phase Feeding from Three-Phase Systems
- Historical Notes
- Short Biography of Tesla
- Proposed Exercises
**PART III ELECTRIC MACHINES AND STATIC CONVERTERS**- Magnetic Circuits and Transformers
- Introduction
- Magnetic Circuits and Single-Phase Transformers
- Three-Phase Transformers
- Magnetic Hysteresis and Core Losses
- Open-Circuit and Short-Circuit Tests
- Permanent Magnets
- Proposed Exercises
- Fundamentals of Electronic Power Conversion
- Introduction
- Power Electronic Devices
- Diodes, Thyristors, Controllable Switches
- The Branch Approximation of Thyristors and Controllable Switches
- Diodes
- Thyristors,
- Insulated-Gate Bipolar Transistors (IGBTs)
- Summary of Power Electronic Devices
- Power Electronic Converters
- Rectifiers
- DC–DC Converters
- Inverters
- Analysis of Periodic Quantities
- Introduction
- Periodic Quantities and Fourier’s Series
- Properties of Periodic Quantities and Examples
- Frequency Spectrum of Periodic Signals
- Filtering Basics
- The Basic Principle
- Summary
- Principles of Electromechanical Conversion
- Introduction
- Electromechanical Conversion in a Translating Bar
- Basic Electromechanics in Rotating Machines
- Rotating Electrical Machines and Faraday’s Law
- Generation of Torques in Rotating Machines
- Electromotive Force and Torque in Distributed Coils
- The Uniform Magnetic Field Equivalent
- Reluctance-Based Electromechanical Conversion
- DC Machines and Drives and Universal Motors
- Introduction
- The Basic Idea and Generation of Quasi-Constant Voltage
- Operation of a DC Generator Under Load
- Different Types of DC Machines
- Generators and Motors
- Starting a DC Motor with Constant Field Current
- Independent, Shunt, PM, and Series Excitation Motors
- Universal Motors
- DC Electric Drives
- Proposed Exercises
- Synchronous Machines and Drives
- The Basic Idea and Generation of EMF
- Operation Under Load
- The Rotating Magnetic Field
- Stator–Rotor Interaction
- The Phasor Diagram and the Single-Phase Equivalent Circuit
- Practical Considerations
- Power Exchanges
- Generators and Motors
- Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Machines
- Synchronous Electric Drives
- Introduction
- PM, Inverter-Fed, Synchronous Motor Drives
- Control Implementation
- Historical Notes
- Short Biography of Ferraris and Behn-Eschemburg
- Proposed Exercises
- Induction Machines and Drives
- Induction Machine Basics
- Machine Model and Analysis
- No-Load and Blocked-Rotor Tests
- Induction Machine Motor Drives
- Single-Phase Induction Motors
- Introduction
- Different Motor Types
- Proposed Exercises
**PART IV POWER SYSTEMS BASICS**- Low-Voltage Electrical Installations
- Another Look at the Concept of the Electric Power System
- Electrical Installations: A Basic Introduction
- Loads
- Cables
- Maximum Permissible Current and Choice of the Cross-Sectional
- Area
- Determining Voltage Drop
- Overcurrents and Overcurrent Protection
- Overloads
- Short Circuits
- Breaker Characteristics and Protection Against Overcurrents
- Protection in Installations: A Long List
- Electric Shock and Protective Measures
- Introduction
- Electricity and the Human Body
- Effects of Current on Human Beings
- The Mechanism of Current Dispersion in the Earth
- A Circuital Model for the Human Body
- The Human Body in a Live Circuit
- System Earthing: TT, TN, and IT
- Protection Against Electric Shock
- Direct and Indirect Contacts
- Basic Protection (Protection Against Direct Contact)
- Fault Protection (Protection Against Indirect Contact)
- SELV Protection System
- The Residual Current Device (RCD) Principle of Operation
- What Else?
- References
- Large Power Systems: Structure and Operation
- Aggregation of Loads and Installations: The Power System
- Toward AC Three-Phase Systems
- Electricity Distribution Networks
- Transmission and Interconnection Grids
- Modern Structure of Power Systems and Distributed Generation
- Basics of Power System Operation
- Frequency Regulation
- Voltage Regulation
- Vertically Integrated Utilities and Deregulated Power Systems
- Recent Challenges and Smart Grids
- Renewable Energy Sources and Energy Storage
- Photovoltaic Plants
- Wind Power Plants
- Energy Storage
- Appendix: Transmission Line Modelling and Port-Based Circuits
- A Modelling Transmission Lines Through Circuits
- A Issues and Solutions When Displacement Currents are Neglected
- A Steady-State Analysis Considering Displacement Currents
- A Practical Considerations
- A Modelling Lines as Two-Port Components
- A Port-Based Circuits
- A Port-Based Circuit and Transmission Lines
- A A Sample Application
- A Final Comments