This course is mainly for undergraduate third-year Electrical Engineering students, which will introduce and explain the fundamental concepts in the field of electrical power system engineering. The basic concepts of per unit system will be introduced along with their applications in circuit applications. Transmission line parameters, their calculations, and the modeling will be introduced. Basic load flow algorithms will be covered in details along with short-circuit analysis and the method of symmetrical components. Unbalanced fault analysis and basic power system stability analysis will also be covered in these lecture series. By the end of the course, the students should be able to gather high-quality knowledge of electrical power system components, its operation strategies, and stability analysis.INTENDED AUDIENCE: BE/B.Tech. in Electrical EngineeringPRE-REQUISITES : NilINDUSTRY SUPPORT: Power Grid,NTPC,NHEC,DVC and State Electricity Boards.
Week 1: Structure Of Power System and Few Other AspectsWeek 2: Resistance, Inductance, and Capacitance of Transmission LinesWeek 3: Power System Components and Per Unit SystemWeek 4: Characteristics and Performance of Transmission LinesWeek 5: Load Flow AnalysisWeek 6: Load Flow Analysis (Contd.)Week 7: Optimal System OperationWeek 8: Optimal System Operation (Contd.)Week 9: Symmetrical FaultWeek 10:Symmetrical ComponentsWeek 11:Unbalanced Fault AnalysisWeek 12:Power System Stability