## Content of Fundamentals of Electric Power Engineering by Isaak D Mayergoyz and Patrick McAvoy

**Part I: Review of Electric and Magnetic Circuit Theory**

- Basic Electric Circuit Theory

1.1 Review of Basic Equations of Electric Circuit Theory

1.2 Phasor Analysis of AC Electric Circuits

1.3 Phasor Diagrams - Analysis of Electric Circuits with Periodic Non-sinusoidal Sources

2.1 Fourier Series Analysis

2.2 Frequency-Domain Technique

2.3 Time-Domain Technique - Magnetic Circuit Theory

3.1 Basic Equations of Magnetic Circuit Theory

3.2 Application of Magnetic Circuit Theory to the Calculation of Inductance and Mutual Inductance

3.3 Magnetic Circuits with Permanent Magnets

3.4 Nonlinear Magnetic Circuits

3.5 Hysteresis and Eddy Current Losses

**Part II: Power Systems**

- Introduction to Power Systems

1.1 Brief Overview of Power System Structure

1.2 Three-Phase Circuits and Their Analysis

1.3 AC Power and Power Factor - Fault Analysis

2.1 Fault Analysis by Using the Thevenin Theorem

2.2 Symmetrical Components

2.3 Sequence Networks

2.4 Analysis of Faults by Using Sequence Networks - Transformers

3.1 Design and Principle of Operation of the Transformer; The Ideal Transformer

3.2 Coupled Circuit Equations and Equivalent Circuit for the Transformer

3.3 Determination of Parameters of Equivalent Circuits; Three-Phase Transformers - Synchronous Generators

4.1 Design and Principle of Operation of Synchronous Generators

4.2 Ideal Cylindrical Rotor Synchronous Generators and Their Armature Reaction Magnetic Fields

4.3 Design of Stator Windings and Their Reactances

4.4 Two-Reactance Theory for Salient Pole Synchronous Generators; Power of Synchronous Generators - Power Flow Analysis and Stability of Power Systems

5.1 Power Flow Analysis

5.2 Newton-Raphson and Continuation Methods

5.3 Stability of Power Systems - Induction Machines

6.1 Design and Principle of Operation of Induction Machines

6.2 Coupled Circuit Equations and Equivalent Circuits for Induction Machines

6.3 Torque-Speed Characteristics of the Induction Motor

**Part III: Power Electronics**

- Power Semiconductor Devices

1.1 Introduction; Basic Facts Related to Semiconductor Physics

1.2 P-N Junctions and Diodes

1.3 BJT and Thyristor

1.4 MOSFET, Power MOSFET, IGBT

1.5 Snubbers and Resonant Switches - Rectifiers

2.1 Single-Phase Rectifiers with RL Loads

2.2 Single-Phase Rectifiers with RC and RLC Loads

2.3 Three-Phase Diode Rectifiers

2.4 Phase-Controlled Rectifiers - Inverters

3.1 Single-Phase Bridge Inverter

3.2 Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)

3.3 Three-Phase Inverters; AC-to-AC Converters and AC Motor Drives - DC-to-DC Converters (Choppers)

4.1 Buck Converter

4.2 Boost Converter

4.3 Buck-Boost Converter

4.4 Flyback and Forward Converters

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