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PSE4NE2 - Power System Analysis 101

# PSE4NE2 - Power System Analysis 101

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NATIONAL ELECTRIFICATION ADMINISTRATION U. P. NATIONAL ENGINEERING CENTER
Training Course in
Power System Engineering for Non-Engineers
Competency Training and Certification Program in Electric Power Distribution System Engineering
U. P. NATIONAL ENGINEERING CENTER
Power System Analysis 101
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Power System Engineering for Non-Engineers
U. P. National Engineering Center National Electrification Administration

Power System Analysis 101
Power System Analysis
Reliability AnalysisReliabilityShort Circuit AnalysisSafetySystem Loss AnalysisEfficiencyLoad Flow AnalysisPower Quality
Power SystemAnalysisPerformanceStandards

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Power System Engineering for Non-Engineers
U. P. National Engineering Center National Electrification Administration

Power System Analysis 101
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Power System Engineering for Non-Engineers
U. P. National Engineering Center National Electrification Administration

Power System Analysis 101

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Power System Engineering for Non-Engineers
U. P. National Engineering Center National Electrification Administration

Power System Analysis 101
What are the Voltages,Currents, Power and Losses of the Distribution System?
Bus1
UtilityGrid
Bus2Bus3Bus4V
1
2
= ?V
4
= ?V
3
= ?I
23
, Loss
23
= ?I
24
, Loss
24
= ?I
12
, Loss
12
= ?P
1
, Q
1
= ?P
2
, Q
2
= ?P
3
, Q
3
= ?P
4
, Q
4
= ?
Power System Engineering for Non-Engineers
U. P. National Engineering Center National Electrification Administration

Power System Analysis 101
Can we see how electric power flows in the system,coming from the sources (where power is purchased) and down to all customers (where power is sold)?
Can we determine:
If any customer is being provided with voltage that istoo low (or even too high)?
If too much power flow through any of our equipment,especially our transformers?
How much power is lost along the lines and equipment?
YES!
Load Flow of an Existing System