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Course Objectives: 1. To impart learning of mathematical models of power system components, power system analysis techniques and optimal power flow. To learn the issues and concept of unit commitment, economic thermal and hydro-thermal scheduling. To demonstrate the performance and modeling of power system during short circuit studies and the important of contingency analysis in power system security.
Formulation of Admittance and Impedance Matrices for balanced and unbalanced conditions, their modifications, Sparcity and Optimal ordering.
Power Flow Analysis: Review of power flow problem, power flow analysis methods, power flow using Newton Raphson method, power flow for unbalanced system. Short Circuit Studies: Review of symmetrical components, sequence impedances and networks for power system components, Fault analysis of balanced and unbalanced faults in small and large system. Estimation of short circuit capacity of breakers.
Power System Security: Introduction to power system contingencies, Factors affecting security, Contingency analysis, Network sensitivity using DC and AC load flow methods, correcting the generation dispatch. To develop with the mathematical model of power system components 2. To carry out power system analysis techniques and optimal power flow. To handle issues related to unit commitment, economic thermal and hydro-thermal scheduling. To analyse the behavior of system during short circuit and the important of contingency analysis.
To validate the power system security through simulations. Recommended Books: 1. Grainger, J. Kusic, C. Pai, M. Stagg, G. Anderson P. Singh L.
STAGG - Computer Methods in Power System Analysis - Chapter 7
Computer Methods in Power System Analysis
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