CSVTU BE VI Sem Electrical Engineering Power System Analysis Syllabus

CSVTU BE VI Sem Electrical Engineering Power System Analysis Syllabus

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University, Bhilai

Semester: 6th Branch: Electrical Engg.

Subject: Power System Analysis

Total Theory Periods: 40 Total Tut Periods: 24

Total Marks in End Semester Exam: 80

Minimum number of Class tests to be conducted: 2


Symmetrical three-phase short circuit on power systems, calculation of interrupting capacity of circuit

breakers, current limiting reactors, symmetrical components, synthesis of unbalanced phasors from

symmetrical components, representation of phase variables voltage, current and power in terms of

symmetrical components, sequence impedances of power system elements, sequence networks of

power system elements, phase shift in star-delta transformer banks.

UNIT II: Unsymmetrical Short Circuits

Single line-to-ground, line-to-line, double-line-to-ground faults on unloaded alternators, unsymmetrical

faults on power systems, fault through impedance, open conductor faults.

UNIT III: Power System Stability

The stability problem, steady-state stability, transient stability, Swing equation, Equal area criterion of

stability, application of equal area criterion, step-by-step solution of the swing equation, factors affecting

transient stability,

UNIT IV: Load Flow Studies

Formulation of bus admittance matrix, formulation of load-flow equations and their solution techniques,

digital computer techniques, reactive power optimization.

UNIT V: Automatic Generation & Voltage control

Introduction, single area and two area load frequency control, and Economic dispatch control, optimal

(two area) load frequency control, automatic voltage control, Tie-line bias control.

Text Books:

1. “

Power System Analysis”, Grainger and Stevenson, TMH Pbs. “Power System Analysis

”, Haddi

Saddat, TMH.

Reference books:

1. “

Electrical Power Systems

”, Ashfaq Hussain, CBS Pbs.

2. Elecrical energy system theory, Elgerd, TMH.

3. Modern power system analysis, Nagrath and Kothari, TMH

4. Power system analysis, Bergen, Pearson Pbs.

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