Three CEME PhD Grads Author Microgrids and other Local Area Power and Energy Systems
CEME PhD grads Alexis Kwasinski (’07) – Associate Professor and R. K. Mellon Faculty Fellow, University of Pittsburgh; Wayne Weaver (’07) – Dave House Associate Professor, Michigan Tech; and Robert S. Balog (’06) – Associate Professor and Director of the Renewable Energy and Advanced Power Electronics Research Laboratory, Texas A&M all earned the PhD degree under Professor Emeritus Philip Krein and co-authored Microgrids and other Local Area Power and Energy Systems. Published by Cambridge University Press, it came out in hardcover on August 31, 2016.
According to the publisher, “Microgrids …” describes the “formation, integration, planning, composition and operation of microgrids. It explains how local power systems can address limitations in conventional electric power grids and provides insights into the practical implementation needs and outcomes of microgrid technology. All aspects of microgrid design and applications are covered, including the main technologies involved in microgrids and other local area power and energy systems. The reliability and economic characteristics of microgrid system architecture, energy storage and grid interaction are explored in depth. Over 300 illustrations and real-world application examples make this a fully self-contained resource, ideal for graduate students and professionals in electrical, mechanical and chemical engineering and materials science.”
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