Computational Methods for Electric Power Systems, Third Edition
Computational Methods for Electric Power Systems introduces computational methods that form the basis of many analytical studies in power systems. The book provides the background for a number of widely used algorithms that underlie several commercial software packages, linking concepts to power system applications. By understanding the theory behind many of the algorithms, the reader can make better use of the software and make more informed decisions (e.g., choice of integration method and step size in simulation packages). This Third Edition contains new material on preconditioners for linear iterative methods, Broyden's method, and Jacobian-free Newton—Krylov methods. It includes additional problems and examples, as well as updated examples on sparse lower-upper (LU) factorization. It also adds coverage of the eigensystem realization algorithm and the double-shift method for computing complex eigenvalues.
M. Crow, "Computational Methods for Electric Power Systems, Third Edition," Computational Methods for Electric Power Systems, Third Edition, CRC Press, Nov 2015.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Application programs; Computation theory; Computational methods; Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions; Electric power systems; Analytical studies; Commercial software; Complex eigenvalues; Eigensystem realization algorithms; Informed decision; Integration method; Power system applications; Simulation packages; Iterative methods
International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
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01 Nov 2015