Electricity 3: Power Generation and Delivery
More and more customers are installing generators at their facilities, then connecting them to the grid. It's essential for utility workers to learn something about how these generators operate. This book is mostly about traditional AC generators, but alternative power sources are also covered: wind power, solar photovoltaic, microturbines, micro-hydro, flywheels, and fuel cells. These generators connect to the grid through transformers so the book has extensive coverage of delta and wye circuits and common transformer connections. This book is written mainly for electricians (inside wiremen) but outside linemen will benefit from the insiders' perspective.
8" x 10" 300 pages, by Jeff KeljikItem Code: 707