This book is very wide ranging and covers most technical aspects of power system engineering. In order to understand the nature of power systems, the opening chapters encourage you to understand the nature of transmission lines. The transformer circuit is next introduced before moving on to symmetrical components and an analysis of transient phenomena. The chapters following focus on generators and address the theory of generators, generating power by generator, the concept of steady-state stability and generators as rotating machinery. The latter part of the book concentrates on power system phenomena including traveling-wave surges, current-tripping, over-voltage, insulation coordination and wave-form distortion. It concludes with chapters on power cables and approaches for special circuits such as the phase-shifting and wood-bridge transformers.