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Introduction to Transmission and Distribution Systems
Electrical Transmission Distribution Reference
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Electrical Transmission and Distribution Reference Book. Fifty-five years ago, the Central Station Engineering Group of Westinghouse Electric Company first published a book focused on the practical application of electrical engineering to the transportation and delivery of electric power. The Electrical Transmission and Distribution Reference Book proved to be a simple, practical, and useful reference book for electric utility engineers as well as electrical equipment designers. The original book focused almost exclusively on transmission systems, addressing the higher voltages and longer lines then becoming common, as well as the rapidly growing complexity of transmission systems, particularly due to interconnection of individual electric utility systems into large power grids. Chapter 24, Characteristics of Distribution Loads, focuses on consumer load requirements and how they interact with distribution system economy and reliability. A more recent and accelerating trend in the power industry is the growth through mergers and acquisitions of both power companies and equipment suppliers into international companies operating on a worldwide scale.