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Due to its high impact on the cost of electricity and its direct correlation with customer satisfaction, distribution reliability continues to be one of the most important topics in the electric power industry. Continuing in the unique tradition of the bestselling first edition, Electric Power Distribution Reliability, Second Edition consolidates all pertinent topics on electric power distribution into one comprehensive volume balancing theory, practical knowledge, and real world applications. Updated and expanded with new information on benchmarking, system hardening, underground conversion, and aging infrastructure, this timely reference enables you toвЂ” В·В В В В В В В В Manage aging infrastructure В·В В В В В В В В Harden electric power distribution systems В·В В В В В В В В Avoid common benchmarking pitfalls В·В В В В В В В В Apply effective risk management The electric power industry will continue to make distribution system reliability and customer-level reliability a top priority. Presenting a wealth of useful knowledge, Electric Power Distribution Reliability, Second Edition remains the only book that is completely dedicated to this important topic.
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Richard G. Brown is a prominent former mathematics teacher and the author of one of the most famous high-school advanced mathematics text books, Advanced Mathematics: Precalculus With Discrete Mathematics and Data Analysis, first published in 1991. He is the father of best seller (The Da Vinci Code) American author Dan Brown.
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