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Handbook of Electric Power Calculations with CDROM (McGraw Hill Handbooks)by Wayne Beaty
Synopses & Reviews
Now with live equations on the bundled CD-ROM, this problem-solving package makes it easier than ever to find and use the right calculation. The most powerful calculations tool available to electrical engineers, the Handbook delivers step-by-step directions and examples for the entire range of electric power problem-solving, in print and in a searchable, interactive CD format. Written by industry experts and edited by McGraw-Hill's Standard Handbook of Electrical Engineering editor H. Wayne Beaty, this popular guide is the only answer you need for trouble-free electric power calculations.
NEW IN THIS EDITION
*CD-ROM with most-used calculations and formulas live
*Up-to-date system design calculations
*Deregulatory operating changes
*Current National Electrical Code® standards
*Advances in transformers and motors
*Problem-solving techniques and examples in network analysis, instrumentation, all types of motors and generators, transmission lines, power system control, load flow, stability, cogeneration, batteries, economic methods, specialties, and more
A bestselling calculations handbook that offers electric power engineers and technicians essential, step-by-step procedures for solving a wide array of electric power problems. This edition introduces a complete electronic book on CD-ROM with over 100 live calculations--90% of the book's calculations. Updated to reflect the new National Electric Code advances in transformer and motors; and the new system design and operating procedures in the electric utility industry prompted by deregulation.
About the Author
H. Wayne Beaty is the former managing editor of Electric Light and Power and editor of McGraw-Hill's Standard Handbook of Electrical Engineering, Thirteenth Edition.
Table of Contents
Basic Network Analysis.
DC Motors and Generators.
Three-Phase Induction Motors.
Overhead Transmission Lines and Underground Cables.
Load-Flow Analysis in Power Systems.
Electric Energy Economic Methods.