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Events in the electric utility industry in the last few decades have made knowledge of transformers and power equipment assume an even greater importance. The trend has been toward squeezing out every ounce of capacity to achieve greater efficiency, thereby increasing the potential for decreased reliability. This book presents approaches which address these issues, with special consideration given to the impact of load management and deregulation programs. The text provides a comprehensive resource on technical, application and operational aspects of all types of electrical transformers and power systems, covering operation theory; transformer construction, installation, operation and maintenance; principal transformer connections; transformer types; troubleshooting; circuit breakers and more. Illustrations and diagrams are included throughout.--This text refers to theTextbook Bindingedition.
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