Power System Analysis II
Course Objective:
The course aim to deliver the advance analysis of the interconnected power system including load flow, short circuit studies and stability analysis.
- Interconnected Power System(6 hours)
- Introduction
- Real power/ frequency balance
- Reactive power/ voltage balance
- Node equations
- Bus admittance matrixes
- Applications of Bus admittance matrixes in Network analysis
- Basic concept of Bus impedance Matrixes
- Load Flow Analysis(8 hours)
- Basic complex power flow equations for a power system networks
- Data for Load flow studies
- Iterative approaches for solving power flow equations
- Gauss-Seidal method
- Newton- Rapshon methods
- Introduction to advance techniques e.g. decoupled load flow
- Voltage profile and var compensation
- Power system fault calculation(4 hours)
- Definition and purpose of fault calculation
- Types of faults in power system
- Symmetrical fault calculations
- Calculation of short circuit MVA
- Unbalance System Analysis(6 hours)
- Symmetrical components
- Sequence impedances
- Sequence components of the voltages and currents
- Expression for power in terms of symmetrical components
- Transformer voltages and currents
- Unsymmetrical faults on Power Systems(10 hours)
- Sequence networks of synchronous generators
- Fault calculations of a single synchronous generator
- Line to ground faults
- Line to line faults
- Double line to ground faults
- Path for zero sequence currents in Transformers
- Fault calculations on a power system networks
- Line to ground faults
- Line to line faults
- Double line to ground faults
- Power System Stability(10 hours)
- Operational power balance in a synchronous generator
- Classification of power system stability
- Swing equation & swing curve for a single machine infinite bus system
- Rotor angle stability; steady state, dynamic & transient stability
- Equal area criterion
- Stability enhancement techniques
- Step by step method for solving swing equations by computer methods
- Basic concept of voltage stability
References:
- Power System Analysis by W.D. Stevension, Tata McGraw Hill Publications
- Power System Stability and Control by P. Kundur
- Modern Power System Analysis by I.J Nagrath and D.P Kothari, Tata McGraw Hill Publications
Evaluation Scheme:
The question will cover all the chapters of the syllabus. The evaluation scheme will be as indicated in the table below:
Chapter |
Hour |
Marks Distribution * |
1 |
6 |
10 |
2 |
8 |
16 |
3 |
4 |
8 |
4 |
6 |
10 |
5 |
10 |
16 |
6 |
10 |
20 |
Total |
42 |
80 |
*Note: There may be a minor deviation in Marks distribution