CSVTU BE VI Semester EEE Power System Engineering Syllabus

CSVTU BE VI Semester EEE Power System Engineering Syllabus

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai (C.G.)

Semester: B.E. VI Sem. Branch: Electrical & Electronics Engg.

Subject: Power System Engineering

Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tutorial Periods:12

Total Marks in End SEM Exam: 80

Min no. of class Test to be conducted: Two

Unit 1 Representation of Power System

Unit 2 Symmetrical Components

Unit 3 Fault Calculations

Unit 4 System Stability

Unit 5 Economic operation of power systems

Load flow studies

Text Books

Reference books

– : Single line diagram, impedance diagram, reactance diagram,

equivalent impedance of three phase transformer, per unit quantities, P.U. impedance of three phase

transformer, positive sequence impedance diagram in per unit system, Expression for three phase power in


– : Expression for positive, negative & zero sequence components,

existence of sequence components of current & voltages for three phase circuit, sequence impedance of

alternator & transmission line, Sequence network of unloaded generator, zero sequence network of three

phase transformers, phase shift in star-delta transformer.

– : Single line to ground fault, Line to line fault, Double line to ground fault on

unloaded generator, faults through impedance, open conductor faults, unsymmetrical fault on power

system, Three phase short circuit on synchronous machine, Three phase short circuit on power system,

Calculation of different current ratings and interrupting capacity of circuit breaker.

– : Steady state and transient stability, steady state stability limit, swing equation,

equal area criteria of stability, critical clearing angle, swing equation for multimachines system, Methods of

improving transient stability, Power system grounding, ungrounded neutral system, solid grounding,

resistance grounding ,reactance grounding, arc suppression coil grounding, Earthing transformer.

– : Input output curves , criteria for economical distribution

of power between generating units in a plant, Expression for transmission line loss in terms of loss formula

coefficients, criteria for economical distribution of power between generating plants, load dispatching(brief

aspects), : bus admittance matrix, formation of load flow equation, computation

techniques, Gauss Siedel method, Newton Raphson method, control of active & reactive power in

interconnected systems.

1. Elements of power system analysis By W.D. Stevensons ( 4


Ed. Mc Graw Hill)

2. Electrical Power System by Ashfaq Hussain (4


Ed. CBS Pub. & Dist.)

1. Power System Analysis and Design by B.R. Gupta (3rd Ed S. Chand )

2. Power System Engg. By I.J. Nagrath & Kothari (Tata McGraw Hill)

3. Power System Engg. BY A. Chakrabarti, M.L. Soni,P.V.Gupta, V.S.Bhatnager( 6


Ed Dhanpat Rai

& Co.)

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