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Summary Of The Book A power system is an electrical network responsible for supplying and transmitting power. Protection schemes have to be devised for these power systems, so that damage to life and property is reduced to a minimum in case of any dangerous, unforeseen circumstances. An electrical engineer, therefore, must be familiar with the principles of power system protection. Fundamentals Of Power System Protection is a textbook which details the fundamental concepts and design aspects involved in devising power system protection schemes.
To make the text engaging and readable, the authors have included plenty of block diagrams, illustrations, tables, and figures. Extensive annotations have been provided for the graphics included in the book, as a tool for enhancing learning and absorption of concepts. Quizzes have also been made available to the learners towards the end of the book. About The Authors Y. Paithankar has a rich experience of over 30 years in the field of power systems. Of the many papers he has published in journals, fifteen have appeared in international journals.
Bhide has nearly three decades of teaching experience. His research interest is applying techniques of Artificial Intelligence to power system protection schemes. Read More.
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One malfunction or a carelessly set relay can jeopardize the entire grid. Power system protection as a subject offers all the elements of intrigue, drama, and suspense while handling fault conditions in real life. The book reflects many years of experience of the authors in teaching this subject matter to undergraduate electrical engineering students. The book, now in its second edition, continues to provide the most relevant concepts and techniques in power system protection.
Fundamentals of Power System Protection
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