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Power System Analysis (All Units) Handwritten Premium Lecture Notes, Prepared by Lavanya. Specially for Electrical and Electronics Engineering Candidates. Syllabus Covered based on Anna University Sixth Semester B.E EEE Syllabus.
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Power System Analysis (All Units) Handwritten Premium Lecture Notes, Prepared by Lavanya. Specially for Electrical and Electronics Engineering Candidates. Syllabus Covered based on Anna University Sixth Semester B.E EEE Syllabus.

Syllabus :

POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS

UNIT-1

INTRODUCTION

UNIT-2

POWER FLOW ANALYSIS

UNIT-3

FAULT ANALYSIS-BALANCED FAULTS

UNIT-4

FAULT ANALYSIS-UNBALANCED FAULTS

UNIT-5

STABILITY ANALYSIS

Content :

UNIT-1

INTRODUCTION

Modern power system

Components

Single line diagram

Function of power system analysis

Block diagram

Short circuit analysis

Types of faults

1. 3 phase ground fault
2. Line to ground fault
3. Line to line fault
4. Double line to line fault
5. Open conductor fault

Transient stability analysis

Equivalent circuit and components of the power system

Impedence and reactance diagram

Problems

Modification existing bus impedence matrix

Need for system analysis

Transient stability

Transmission lines

Transformers

Assumption of transient stability

Formation of Y-bus by singular transformation

UNIT-2

POWER FLOW ANALYSIS

Types of buses

2. Generator bus
3. Slack bus

Need for slack bus

Gauss seidal method

Newton raphson method

Flow chart

Algorithm for gauss seidal method

UNIT-3

FAULT ANALYSIS-BALANCED FAULTS

Introduction

Classification of faults

1. Shunt faults
2. Series faults

Fault calculation

1. Subtransient period
2. Transient period

Short circuit studies

Assumption

Transient reactance and its significance

Building algorithm for bus impedence matrix

UNIT-4

UNSYMMENTRICAL FAULT ANALYSIS

Types

1. Single line ground fault
2. Line fault
3. Double line-ground fault
4. One or two open conductor fault

Problems

Negative sequence

Zero sequence

UNIT-5

STABILITY ANALYSIS

Stability

Unstability

Stability analysis

1. Transient
2. Dynamic

Reason for small disturbance

Features

Assumption

Swing equation

Generator

Motor

Equal area criteria

Clearing time and clearing angle