I had the great fortune to be involved in and the honor to contribute to investigations on one of the most fundamental and confusing problems of the classical electrical engineering in the XX century. It was a task of understanding energy flow and power related phenomena in systems with nonsinusoidal voltages and currents. A great number of scientists have devoted their life for that goal and several schools of power theory have been established.
These investigations were concluded with development of the Theory of Currents’ Physical Components (CPC) which explains power phenomena in single- and three-phase electrical power systems with periodic and semi-periodic voltages and currents, defines powers based on physical fundamentals and provides methods for compensator design and control
The following pages provide rosters of my publications in journals and conference proceedings, as well as books, granted patents, invited lectures and seminars.