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Power System Analysis

EE-447  POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS I

Textbook:     Power Systems Analysis, Second Edition Hadi Saadat; McGraw-Hill, 2002
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nstructor:    Hadi Saadat

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Course Catalog

This course provides an introduction to the classical methods and modern techniques in power system analysis with the aid of a personal computer. Topics include: the concepts of complex power, balanced three-phase circuits, transmission line parameters, transmission line performance and compensation, system modeling and per-unit analysis, circuit theory as applied to power systems, and load flow analysis. (Prerequisite: EE-230)

Course Schedule

Week, Day

                    Topics

CH

1        1
Introduction An Overview

1

          2
Review of Complex power and its direction.

2

          3
Review of the balanced three-phase circuits.
2
2        1
Power in balanced three-phase circuits. 
2
          2
Synchronous generators, and generator models for the steady-state operations.
3
          3
Performance characteristics of cylindrical-rotor generators. 
3
3        1
Power transformers and their models.
3
         2
Impedance and reactance diagrams, per-unit quantities.
3
         3
Change of base and per-unit computations. 
3
4       1
Type of conductors, line resistance, internal and external flux linkage. 
4
         2
 Review
 
         3
Test # 1
 
 5      1
Inductance of single-phase and three-phase lines.
4
         2
Inductance of three-phase double-circuit lines with bundle conductors. Magnetic field induction. 
4
         3
Electric fields and capacitance of single-phase lines and three-phase lines.
4
6        1
Capacitance of three-phase double-circuit lines with bundle conductors.
4
         2
Representation of lines; short and medium line models.
5
         3
Transmission line differential equations.
5
 7       1  
Long line model, voltage and current waves. 
5
          2
Power transmission capability and line compensation.
5
          3
Nodal analysis of multi-port systems; formation of the bus admittance matrix.
6
8        1
Test #2.
          2
Iterative solution of nonlinear algebraic equations.
6
          3
Load flow definition and equations.
6
9        1
Load flow solution by the Gauss‑Seidel iterative method. 
6
          2
Load flow solution by the Newton-Raphson method.
6
          3
Tap changing transformers. 
6
10       1
Fast decoupled load flow solution. 
          2
Load flow analysis of interconnected power systems electric utilities. 
          3  
Review
6
11
Final

Examinations:

Two, 1-hour examinations will be given during the course of the term at dates shown below. A two-hour, comprehensive final examination will be given during final exam week.

Problem Assignments:

Every student is expected to solve all the assigned problems. You are expected to keep a neat record for the solution of these assignments.

Exam. Schedule and Grading:

The course grade will be based on the following:

Exam. I 
Friday  January   9
25%
Exam. II
Monday February 2
25%
Final
Wednesday February 24
30%
Homework & MATLAB Assignments   20%

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