Electric power engineering has always been an integral part of electrical engineering education. Providing a unique alternative to existing books on the market, this text presents a concise and rigorous exposition of the main fundamentals of electric power engineering. Contained in a single volume, the materials can be used to teach three separate courses - electrical machines, power systems and power electronics, which are in the mainstream of the electrical engineering curriculum of most universities worldwide. The book also highlights an in-depth review of electric and magnetic circuit theory with emphasis on the topics which are most relevant to electric power engineering.
Review of Electric and Magnetic Circuit Theory: Basic Electric Circuit Theory; Analysis of Electric Circuits with Periodic Non-sinusoidal Sources; Magnetic Circuit Theory; Power Systems: Introduction to Power Systems; Fault Analysis; Transformers; Synchronous Generators; Power Flow Analysis. Stability of Power Systems; Induction Machines; Power Electronics: Power Semiconductor Devices; Rectifiers; Inverters;