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Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur

Power System Dynamics, Control and Monitoring

Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur and NPTEL via Swayam


This course is both for undergraduate and postgraduate Electrical Engineering students. This course will introduce and explain the concepts of synchronous machine modeling, reference frame transformation, automatic voltage regulation, power system stabilizer, transient stability for multimachine system, automatic generation control under deregulated environment, state estimation, eigenvalue and participation factor analysis. By the end of the course, the students should be able to gather high-quality knowledge on stability, operation and control of power systems.
INTENDED AUDIENCE : Electrical EngineeringPREREQUISITES : Power System Analysis (UG)INDUSTRY SUPPORT : NTPC, DVC, BHEL, Powergrid, NHPC



Week 1 : Basic concepts of power system stability and synchronous machineWeek 2 : Synchronous machine modelingWeek 3 : Synchronous machine modeling in d-q reference frameWeek 4 : Per unit system for Synchronous machineWeek 5 : Steady state analysis : Voltage, current and flux linkage relationshipsWeek 6 : Generator representation by classical model, swing equation and block diagram developmentWeek 7 : Automatic voltage regulator (AVR) and Power system stabilizer (PSS)Week 8 : Eigenvalue and participation factor analysisWeek 9 : Transient stability analysisWeek 10 : AGC under deregulated environmentWeek 11 : AGC under deregulated environmentWeek 12 : State Estimation

Taught by

Prof. Debapriya Das

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