I did a quick scan of our library, and I've got to say I am surprised (and a little embarrassed) with how old our materials are. The bad news is that there must be multiple newer sources available, either updates or newer volumes, but I simply am not acquainted with them. The good news is that through used book stores, the volumes I cite should be cheap.
Here are three that provide useful aspects to answer your question, but no single one is as all-encompassing as I would like.
"The Photographer's Studio Manual" by Michael Freeman, 1984, Amphoto, ISBN 0-8174-5464-0 (pbk.), 256pp.
"Understanding Photography" by Carl Shipman, 1974, HP Books, ISBN 0-912656-24-7 (pbk.), 224pp.
"Beyond Basic Photography" by Henry Horenstein, 1977, Little Brown & Co., ISBN 0-316-37312-5 (pbk.), 242pp.
I have to guess that Zuganet
has very useful basic info in their archive of articles, but haven't delved deeply enough to be sure. Looks like there are useful articles at Professional Photography 101
. I'm not sure about access for non-members, but PPA
degree programs, classes and workshops are among the principal education sources for studio photographers who make their living with strobes. Surely among their articles and links you will find useful info.
Hope this additional info helps.