Description 
1 online resource (xxxii, 493 pages) : illustrations (black and white) 
Contents 
Definitions objectives and background  Analysis of continuous and discrete systems  State variable analysis  Numerical integrator substitution  The rootmatching method  Transmission lines and cables  Transformers and rotating plant  Control and protection  Power electronic systems  Frequencydependent network equivalents  Steadystate assessment  Mixed timeframe simulation  Transient simulation in realtime  Applications  Appendix A : System identification techniques  Appendix B : Numerical integration  Appendix C : Test systems data  Appendix D : Developing difference equations  Appendix E : MATLAB® code examples 
Summary 
The book studies power systems electromagnetic transients simulation by presenting cohesive technical information to help students and professional engineers to understand the topic better and minimise the effort normally required to become effective users of the EMT programs. Basic knowledge of power system theory, matrix analysis and numerical techniques is presumed, but many references are given to help the readers to fill the gaps in their understanding of the relevant material 
Bibliography 
Includes bibliographical references and index 
Notes 
Online resource; title from PDF title page (IET, viewed March 4, 2019) 
Subject 
Electric power systems.


Transients (Electricity)  Computer simulation


Electric power systems


Transients (Electricity)  Computer simulation


electromagnetic interference.


power system simulation.


power system transients.

Form 
Electronic book

Author 
Arrillaga, J., author.

ISBN 
9781785615009 

1785615009 

9781523124282 

1523124288 
