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Reliability Evaluation of Power Systems

  • Roy Billinton
  • Ronald N. Allan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
    Pages 1-17
  3. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
    Pages 18-82
  4. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
    Pages 83-116
  5. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
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  6. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
    Pages 150-181
  7. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
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  8. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
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  10. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
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  14. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
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  15. Roy Billinton, Ronald N. Allan
    Pages 476-477
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 478-514

About this book

Introduction

This book is a seque1 to Reliability Evaluation of Engineering Systems: Concepts and Techniques, written by the same authors and published by Pitman Books in January 1983. * As a sequel, this book is intended to be considered and read as the second oftwo volumes rather than as a text that stands on its own. For this reason, readers who are not familiar with basic reliability modelling and evaluation should either first read the companion volume or, at least, read the two volumes side by side. Those who are already familiar with the basic concepts and only require an extension of their knowledge into the power system problem area should be able to understand the present text with little or no reference to the earlier work. In order to assist readers, the present book refers frequently to the first volume at relevant points, citing it simply as Engineering Systems. Reliability Evaluation of Power Systems has evolved from our deep interest in education and our long-standing involvement in quantitative reliability evaluation and application of probability techniques to power system problems. It could not have been written, however, without the active involvement of many students in our respective research programs. There have been too many to mention individu­ ally hut most are recorded within the references at the ends of chapters.

Keywords

calculus interconnect network power systems simulation transmission

Authors and affiliations

  • Roy Billinton
    • 1
  • Ronald N. Allan
    • 2
  1. 1.College of EngineeringUniversity of SaskatchewanSaskatoonCanada
  2. 2.Institute of Science and TechnologyUniversity of ManchesterManchesterEngland

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