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1.2 Network Models
1.3 Faults and Analysis
1.4 The Primitive Network
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Definitions
2.3 Tree and Co-Tree
2.4 Basic Loops
2.5 Cut-Set
2.6 BasiC Cut-Sets
3.1 Element Node Incidence Matrix
3.2 Bus Incidence Matrix
3.3 Branch -Path Incidence Matrix K
3.8 Bus Admittance Matrix and Bus Impedance Matrix
3.9 Branch Admittance and Branch Impedance Matrices
3.10 Loop Impedance and Loop Admittance Matrices
3.11 Bus Admittance Matrix by Direct Inspection
Worked Examples
4.1 Partial Network
5.1 Necessity for Power Flow Studies
5.2 Conditions for Successful Operation of a Power System
5.3 The Power Flow Equations
5.4 Classification of Buses
5.6 System Model for Load Flow Studies
5.7 Gauss-Seidel Iterative Method
5.8 Gauss -Seidel Iterative Method of Load Flow Solution
5.9 Newton-Raphson Method
5.9.1 The Rectangular Coordinates Method
5.9.2 The Polar Coordinates Method
5.10 Sparsity of Network Admittance Matrices
5.11 Triangular Decompostion
5.12 Optimal Ordering
5.13 Decoupled Methods
5.14 Fast DecoupJed Methods
5.15 Load Flow Solution Using Z Bus
5.15.1 Bus Impedance Formation
5.15.2 Addition of a Line to the Reference Bus
5.16 Convergence Characteristics
\Vorked Examples
Problems
6.1 Per Unit Quantities
6.2 Advantages of Per Unit System
6.3 Three Phase Short Circuits
6.10 Effect of Load Current or Prefault Current
6.11 Reactors
6.12 Construction of Reactors
7.2 Symmetrical Components of Unsymmetrical Phases
7.3 Power in Sequence Components
7.4 Unitary Transformation for Power Invariance
7.5 Sequence Impedances
7.7 Transmission Lines
7.8 Sequence Impedances of Transformer
7.9 Sequence Reactances of Synchronous Machine
7.10 Sequence Networks of Synchronous Machines
7.10.1 Positive Sequence Network
7.10.2 Negative Sequence Network
7.10.3 Zero Sequence Network
7.11 Unsymmetrical Faults
7.12 Assumptions for System Representation
7.13 Unsymmetrical Faults on an Unloaded Generator
7.14 Line-to-Line Fault
7.15 Double Line to Ground Fault
7.16 Single-Line to Ground Fault with Fault Impedance
7.17 Line-to-Line Fault with Fault Impedence
7.18 Double Line-to-Ground Fault with Fault Impedence
8.1 Elementary Concepts
8.2 Illustration of Steady State Stability Concept
8.3 Methods for Improcessing Steady State Stability Limit
8.4 Synchronizing Power Coefficient
8.5 Transient Stability
8.6 Stability of a Single Machine Connected to Infinite Bus
8.7 The Swing Equation
8.8 Equal Area Criterion and Swing Equation
8.9 Transient Stability Limit
8.10 Frequency of Oscillations
8.11 Critical Clearing Time and Critical Clearing Angle
8.12 Fault on a Double-Circit Line
8.13 Transient Stability When Power is Transmitted During the Fault
8.14 Fault Clearance and Reclosure in Double-Circuit System
8.15 Solution to Swing Equation Step-by-Step Method
8.16 Factors Affecting Transient Stability
8.17 Dynamic Stability
8.18 Node Elimination Methods
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