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MASTER OF ENGINEERING
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (POWER SYSTEMS)
UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
PANJAB UNIVERSITY, CHANDIGARH
MASTER OF ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING) POWER SYSTEMS SPECIALIZATION W.E.F. 2012-13 Scheme for Examination
Course No. EE-8101 EE-8102 EE-8103 EE-8104 EE-8105 EE-8151 Title Teaching Schedule Hrs/week System 4 4 4 4 4 3 23 Examination(Marks) Internal External 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 300 50 50 50 50 250 Total 100 100 100 100 100 50 550 Credits
Advanced Power Analysis Power System Operation And Control Optimization Techniques Digital Control Systems Power Quality Simulation Lab-I Total
4 4 4 4 4 2 22
Course No. EE-8201 EE-8202 EE-8203 Title Teaching Schedule Hrs/week Power Systems Dynamics 4 and Stability EHVAC Transmission 4 Advanced Neural Networks 4 and Fuzzy Logic 4 Elective I EE-8204 Advanced Power Electronic and Drives EE-8205 Advanced Electrical Machines EE-8206 Applied Instrumentation 4 Elective II EE-8207Advanced Power System Protection EE-8208Fast Transients in Power Systems Simulation Lab-II Research Seminar Total 3 2 25 Examination(Marks) Internal 50 50 50 50 External 50 50 50 50 Total 100 100 100 100 Credits
4 4 4 4
50 50 350
50 50 600
2 2 24
an external examiner.THIRD SEMESTER Course No. Title Teaching Schedule Hrs/week 4 Examination(Marks) Internal 50 External 50 Total 100 Credits Elective III EE-8301 Power System Deregulation EE-8302 Power System Reliability Elective IV EE-8303 HVDC Transmission EE8304 Flexible AC transmission Systems (FACTS) EE-8351 Dissertation Preliminary Seminar-I on Dissertation Preliminary Total 4 4 50 50 100 4 18 100 --100 ----100 100 --200 12 --20 26 FOURTH SEMESTER Course No. Duration of end semester examination in each theory course is three hours. . The examination in the subject of Dissertation is to be conducted jointly by two examiners. EE-8451 Title Teaching Schedule Hrs/week 20 -20 Examination(Marks) Internal ----External ----Total ----Credits Dissertation Seminar-II on Dissertation Total 14 --14 Note: 1. one of which will be the dissertation supervisor. and the other. 2.
M..“Power System Analysis”. Arrillaga.. New York. Recommended Books: 1. J and Arnold. 2006.Sensitivity of the objective function. DC power flow –Single phase and three phase -AC-DC load flow .EE-8101 Advanced Power System Analysis LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. C. 1997. State Estimation – method of least squares – statistics – errors – estimates – test for bad data – structure and formation of Hessian matrix – power system state estimation.DC system model – Sequential Solution Techniques – Extension to Multiple and Multi-terminal DC systems – DC convergence tolerance – Test System and results. 2. New Delhi. 2003. Fault Studies -Analysis of balanced and unbalanced three phase faults – fault calculations – Short circuit faults – open circuit faults. “Computer Techniques in Power System Analysis”. . Grainger.strategy for two generator systems – generalized strategies – effect of transmission losses . Tata McGraw hill.Network modeling – Conditioning of Y Matrix – Load flow-Newton Raphson methodDecoupled – Fast decoupled Load flow -three-phase load flow.Formulation of optimal power flowsolution by Gradient method-Newton’s method.. “Computer analysis of power systems” John Wiley and Sons. System optimization . and Stevenson.P. Load Flow .J. Pai. Tata McGraw hill. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions.D. J. New Delhi. 3. W.A.
I. Second Edition. 1959.EE-8102 Power System Operation and Control LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. . Allen J. Hydro-thermal co-ordination-Hydroelectric plant models –short term hydrothermal scheduling problem . Automatic generation control -Review of LFC and Economic Dispatch control (EDC) using the three modes of control viz. “Economic Control of Interconnected Systems”. 2. TMH.gradient approach – Hydro units in series . John Wiley & Sons.. “Power Generation Operation and control”.Newton’s method –Base point and participation factor method.K.Application of voltage regulator – synchronous condenser – transformer taps – static VAR compensators Power system security-Contingency analysis – linear sensitivity factors – AC power flow methods – contingency selection – concentric relaxation – bounding-security constrained optimal power flowInterior point algorithm-Bus incremental costs. John Wiley & Sons. Recommended Books: 1.F. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. and Kothari D. 3.Load forecasting ..pumped storage hydro plants-hydro-scheduling using Dynamic programming and linear programming. New Delhi.1996. Economic operation.Unit commitment – Economic dispatch problem of thermal units – Gradient method.static and dynamic response of controlled two area system MVAR control . 2006. “Modern Power System Analysis”. Nagrath.Wood and Wollenberg B. Flat frequency – tie-line control and tie-line bias control – AGC implementation – AGC features ..P. Kirchmayer L.J.
Linear Programming : Standard form of linear programming . Engg. Twophase simplex method. Engg. Non-Linear Programming: One–dimensional minimization methods: Unimodal function. Transportation Problem: North-West Corner rule. testing for optimality. Fibonacci search. Simplex method. Introduction to Optimization: Statement of an optimization problem. 2. S.Optimization : Theory and applications. Quadratic interpolation method. Recommended Books: 1. Exterior penalty function method. Least cost method. 6. Computer implementation of the simplex method. Classical Optimization Techniques: Single variable optimization. Steepest descent method. Vogel approximation method. Further Topics in Optimization: Critical path method (CPM). Dichotomous search. Duality theory.V. 7.EE-8103 Optimization Techniques LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. .Graphical solution. Wiley. 5. Variable metric method. Optimization techniques. 1. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions.Constrained Optimization Techniques: Interior Penalty function method. applications of optimization. Classification of optimization problems. 3. Wiley Eastern Ltd. Multivariable optimization with equality constraints. 2. G. optimization Methods & applications.S. Non-Linear Programming-Unconstrained Optimization Techniques: Random search method. Conjugate gradient method. Non-Linear Programming . 4. Multivariable optimization with in equality constraints. Cubic interpolation method . Reklaitis. 8. Program evaluation and review technique (PERT). Rao. Multivariable optimization with no constraints.
g) Related IEEE/IEE Publication. Multivariable Systems. Implementation of Digital Controllers.. Practical aspects of the choice of sampling rate. 5. Time-Domain Models for Discrete – Time Systems. . John Wiley & Sons. Configuration of the basic Digital control scheme. d) Ogata K. Digital Position Control System. 4. Sampled spectra & Aliasing. 1.Domain Description of Systems with Dead Time. Sampling as impulse modulation. Signal Processing in Digital Control Digital control. Recommended Books a) Raven F. & M. State Variable Analysis of Digital Control Systems:- State descriptions of Digitals Processors. Solution of state equations. c) Kuo B. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. Conversion of state Variable models to Transfer functions. Concepts of Controllability & Observability. Prentice Hall. e) Nagrath I.J. Z. Multivariable systems. Modern Control System Theory & Design. b) Shinners S. Gopal.. Models of Digital Control Devices & Systems Z – Domain. z – Plane Synthesis. Basic Discrete-Time signals. Equivalence between transfer function & State Variable Representation.M. Design of Digital Control Algorithms Z-Plane specifications of control system design. Modern Control Engineering. Controllability & Observability. Prentice Hall. Stability in the Z-Plane & Jury stability criterion.C. Filtering. Digital Compensator Design using frequency response plots... Prentice Hall. John Wiley & Sons. Digital Compensator design using root locus plots. Principles of Discretization. 3. State description of Sampled continuous – Time Plants. Description of Sampled continuous – Time Plants. Stepper motors & their control. f) Ogata K. Digital temperature Control System. 2. Automatic Control Engg. Conversion of Transfer functions to Canonical state Variable models. Automatic Control System. The Routh stability Criterion on the r – Plane. State description of Systems with dead Time.. Solution of state differential equations. Control System Analysis using state Variable Methods State Variable representation. Transfer function Model.H. .EE-8104 Digital Control Systems LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Dicrete Time Control Systems. Principles of signal conversion. McGraw Hill Book Company. Control Systems Engg. Eigen values & Eigen Vectors.
T. S.. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. New York. 3 Arrillaga. “Power System Quality Assessment”. 2000. 2000.IEC and IEEE definitions – power quality disturbancesvoltage fluctuations-transients-unbalance-waveform distortion-power frequency variations. New York. Voltage sags and short interruptions – flicker-longer duration variations – sources – range and impact on sensitive circuits-standards – solutions and mitigations – equipment and techniques. 2 Bollen. Chen. . N. Wiley. Transients – origin and classifications – capacitor switching transient – lightning-load switching – impact on users – protection – mitigation.J.. M. Stars in a Circle Publications.H. Recommended Books: 1 Heydt.EE-8105 Power Quality LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Harmonics – sources – definitions & standards – impacts – calculation and simulation – harmonic power flow – mitigation and control techniques – filtering – passive and active.R.. Electric power quality phenomena. Watson. “Understanding Power Quality Problems: Voltage sags and interruptions”.2 nd edition 1994. J. G.Voltage variations. IEEE Press. Indiana. Power Quality conditioners – shunt and series compensators-Dstatcom-Dynamic voltage restorer-unified power quality conditioners-case studies. “Electric Power Quality”..
5. Simulation of FACT controllers Simulation of single -area and Two -area Systems.EE-8151 SIMULATION LAB-I LTP 003 Marks: 50 Credits: 2 1. Economic Load Dispatch with Hydro thermal power plants. 4. 2. Load forecasting and unit commitment. 3. Economic Load Dispatch with thermal power plants. .
Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. 1994.EE-8201 Power Systems Dynamics and Stability LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Galgotia Publications.modal matricessmall signal stability of single machine infinite bus system – synchronous machine classical model representation-effect of field circuit dynamics-effect of excitation system-small signal stability of multimachine system. Anderson P. “Power System Control and Stability”..M. 4. “Power System Stability and Control”. McGraw-Hill International Editions. 3. 2. New Delhi.. 1. 2003. Voltage stability – generation aspects . and Fouad A. 2. Small signal stability – state space representation – eigen values. Recommended Books: 1 Kundur P.instability mechanismsexamples. Power system stability considerations – definitions-classification of stability-rotor angle and voltage stability-synchronous machine representation –classical model-load modeling concepts-modeling of excitation systems-modeling of prime movers. . Transient stability-swing equation-equal area criterion-solution of swing equationNumerical methods -Euler method-Runge-Kutte method-critical clearing time and angle-effect of excitation system and governors-Multimachine stability –extended equal area criterion-transient energy function approach.A.transmission system aspects – load aspects – PV curve – QV curve – PQ curve – analysis with static loads – loadability limit sensitivity analysis-continuation power flow analysis .
RIV. over voltages due to interruption of low inductive current and interruption of capacitive currents. GE Corp. Excitation function. limits for audible noise. sub synchronous resonance in series-capacitor compensated lines. Latest edition. Introduction: Role of EHV AC Transmission. induction and capacitance of bundled conductor lines. 5. . measurements of RI.EE-8202 EHV AC Transmission LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Recommended Books: 1. Reduction of switching surges on EHV systems. state reactive compensating schemes. Wiley Easter Ltd. Voltage gradients on conductors: Charge potential relations for multi-conductor lines. 2. Rudenberg. RI excitation function. attenuation of traveling waves. “EHV transmission reference book”. standard transmission voltages. distribution of voltage gradient on sub conductors of bundle. 1. 2. “EHV AC Transmission engineering”. limits for radio interference fields. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. AN measurement and meters. Power frequency over voltages: Problems at power frequency. Corona Effects: Corona loss. Operational aspects of Power flow: Line loadability. voltage control using synchronous condensers. resistance. no-load voltage conditions and charging current. temperature rise of conductors and current carrying capacity. Tata McGraw Hill. Begamudre. 3. Edison Electric Institute. “Transient performance of electric power systems”. Line parameters Properties of bundled conductors. 3. average value of line parameters. Day night equivalent noise level. 4. power handling capacity. reactive power limitations and over voltage problem. effects of over load. audible noise. Switching Over voltages: Origin of over voltages and their types. surface voltage gradient on conductors. 2 nd Ed.
Application of neural nets such as pattern recognition.T(Wiley) 3. Kohonen’s feature maps. speech and decision-making. Supervised. Competitive learning. Fuzzy IF-THEN rules. Linguistic variable. 4. Associative memories. Industrial applications. Introduction to counter propagation networks. 3. architecture. Fuzzy logic with engineering application-by Ross J. Basic learning laws in RBF nets. Unsupervised. Related IEEE/IEE Publications. Knowledge representation and acquisition. 2. Principles of Soft Computing. History of development in neural networks principles.N. Model of a neuron. Recommended Books: 1. artificial neural net terminology . Recurrent back propagation. Deepa Wiley-India. 4. Basic fuzzy inference system. Fuzzy Neural Control-by Junhong NIE& Derek Linkers(PHI) 6.EE-8203 Advanced Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logics LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Optimization. ANFIS (Adaptive neuro Fuzzy system): Introduction. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. Neural Networks-by Simon Haykin 2.(Jaico Pub) 5. Zurada. Topology. neuro-fuzzy applications. Neural networks characteristics.M. Basic Hopfield model. load forecasting. 1. types of learning. Membership functions. CMAC network and ART networks. Fuzzy Logic: Basic concepts of fuzzy logic. Introduction to artificial neural systems-by J. Fuzzy system design. Re-enforcement learning. Crisp set.N. Radial basis function neural networks. De-Fuzzification. K-means clustering algorithm. 5. Sivanandam and S. Operations of fuzzy sets. 6. Various inference techniques. Fuzzy vs. S. . Basic learning laws. Learning. Unsupervised learning.
M.H. Power Transistors: Bipolar Junction Transistors. 2.A.B. UJT and PUJT. Recommended Books:1. Power Electronics Circuits Devices Application. Power factor improvement technique. Series and Parallel Operation of Thyristors.C. . 5. Khanna Publishers 1993. Power Diodes Types. voltage Controllers with PWM Control. M. PWM Inverters: Principle of Operation. di/dt and dv/dt limitations. Turn ON & Turn OFF Characteristics. Controlled Rectifiers: Single Phase & Three Phase full Converters with R-L load. C. 7. Forward and Reverse Recovery Time. 1998. Bimbhra. Thyristor: V -I Characteristics.C. 2. 6.Power Electronics. their steady State & Switching Characteristics. 4. Performance parameters. 1. 3. Effects of source & Load Inductances. Single phase and three phase full controllers.C. PHI. Voltage Controllers: Principle of phase control. Singh & K. Series & Parallel Connected Diodes. MHL . 6. Cyril W Lander . TMH. Power Semiconductor Diodes: Diode V -I Characteristics. 3. Thyristor Chopper Circuits. D. di/dt and dv/dt protection.D. Single phase & three phase dual converters. Reverse Recovery Characteristics. A. 5. Power Electronics. Power Electronics. Thyristor firing circuits. Khanchandani. TMH 1987. Related IEEE/IEE Publication. Inverter Circuit Design. single phase bridge invertors and their voltage Control. 1993. P S . Harmonic Reduction.EE-8204 Advanced Power Electronics and Drives LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Sen. Power Electronics. Cycloconvertor. Chopper Circuit Design. Thyristor commutation Techniques. 4. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. Rashid . P. Gate drive SIT’s & IGBTS's. Series & Parallel Operation. 1994. Choppers: Chopper Classification. Power MOSFET'S and their steady state & switching characteristics.
T. R.Umans..E. Special Machines . “Electric Machinery”. Prentice Hall of India. Fitzgerald.J. General expression of stored magnetic energy. A. Three phase symmetrical induction machine and salient pole synchronous machines in phase variable form. Construction and operating principle.EE-8205 Modeling and Analysis of Electrical Machines LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Voltage and torque equation of dc machine.6th Edition. Principles of Electromagnetic Energy Conversion. Analysis and Control”. example using single and doubly excited system. Analysis of Switch Reluctance Motors. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. dynamic direct and quadrature axis model in arbitrarily rotating reference frames Determination of Synchronous Machine Dynamic Equivalent Circuit Parameters. co-energy and force/torque.E. 2. 2003. Clarendon . Basic Concepts of Rotating Machines-Calculation of air gap mmf and per phase machine inductance using physical machine data. 3. Stephen D. Recommended Books 1. dynamic modeling and self controlled operation. 2001. “Brushless permanent magnet and reluctance motor drives”. Charles Kingsley. “Electric Motor & Drives: Modeling.Jr. Analysis and dynamic modeling of two phase asymmetrical induction machine and single phase induction machine. Application of reference frame theory to three phase symmetrical induction and synchronous machines. Krishnan.Permanent magnet synchronous machine: Surface permanent magnet (square and sinusoidal back emf type) and interior permanent magnet machines. Tata Mcgraw Hill. Miller.
5. Level. Various types of Display Device. Analog and Digital encoders. pH & Thermal Conductivity.EE-8206 Applied Instrumentation LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Digital Voltmeters. 7. Helfrick. Instrument Transducers by Hermann. Angular displacement.C. Measurement of Frequency Proportional. 2. Tata McGrawHill. Rangan. Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems (SCADA). Fibre Optic Technology for data transmission. 3. Analog and Digital Data Acquisition System. Recommended Books 1. Electrical noise in control signals. Choudhary. including analog and digital transducers. Instrumentation Measurement Analysis. 3. Telemetry: Basic Principles. Moisture. B. Multiplexing. Related IEEE/IEE Publications. Measurement of length & thickness. 6.D. . 5. Selection of Transducers Static and Dynamic response of transducer System. Flow. Neubert. Q-meter. Dual Slope DVMS. linear Displacement.K. Principles & Methods of Telemetry by Borden & & Thagnel. A/D Converter. Electrical Transducers for Industrial Measurement by pH Mansfield. 8. Classification of Transducers.D. Coopper & A. 2. Transducers. its remedial measures. 4. 6.P. PHI. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. 1. Digital encoders. weight. Electronic Instrumentation and Measurement Techniques. Time Division and frequency division. Telemetry Method by Foster. Proximity & remote Action Telemetry systems. Nakra and K. 4. W. Instrumentation systems by Mani Sharma. torque. K. force. Geiger muller & Scintillation Counters.
Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. Protection of rotor winding. Differential Relays: Operating Characteristics. Circuit Breakers: Physical stress in circuit breakers. Protection requirements. Static Comparators Computer Applications to protective relaying. Chaudhary. Power System Protection.S. Analysis of Electromagnetic and differential Static relays schemes. Sunil S. Related IEEE/IEE Publications. Transmission Line Protection: Carrier Current Protection. Distance relay settings.B's. Recommended Books: 1. Bus zone Protection: Types of bus bar faults. Tata McGraw-Hill. Short circuit testing of circuit breakers. 4. Khanna Publishers 1989. 3. Selection of suitable static relaying. Restraining Characteristics. T. Generators and Transformers Protection: CT's and PTs burden and accuracy and their connections. Raju Primlan Oxford and IBH Press 1983. Applications of microwave Channels for protective relaying. Vacuum circuit breakers. Warrington. . S. SF6 Circuit breakers Direct current C. Requirement of Characteristic for different zeros. Madhava Rao. A. Rao.K. John Wiley Eastern 1989. Van C. their classifications and theory Phase and amplitude comparators. effect of fault resistance and effects of power swings on operation of relays.R. Power System Protection (Static Relays). Power System Protection and Switch Gear. scheme for transmission line protection. Overfluxing protection of transformers.EE-8207 Advanced Power System Protection LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. 1989. Power System Protection and Switch Gear. 1968. Chander. miscellaneous protection schemes for generators and transformers. Performance specifications of distance relays. Comparison of different types of circuit breakers. Chapman and Hall London. 6. 2. Fundamentals: Types of relays. Protective Relays. Ravindra Nath M. Basu and S. 5. Selection of suitable static relaying schemes for transmission lines. protection schemes and modern trend in bus-bar protection.
New York.. Switching Surges : Normal frequency effects.V. Bewley. Insulation co-ordination. References: 1. 3. R. High charging currents. Traveling waves on multi-conductor systems. 1968. Power Publication Inc. cancellation waves. Surge Protection in Power Systems. Plenum Press. Harvard University Press.EE-8208 Fast Transients in Power Systems LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. 3. 2. Regaller K. 1963. 1971. Related IEEE/IEE Publications. Wiley Interscience. Transition points on multi conductor circuits. Restricting phenomena. Effect of reflection up and down the tower. 5. The line equation. Recovery voltage. Traveling waves on transmission system. “Electric Stroke waves in Power Systems”. 6. High frequency oscillations and terminal transients of transformer. 1980. Massachusetts. 4. Successive reflections. Origin and nature of power system Transients. 2. “Surges in High Voltage Networks”. 4. Cambridge. . Protection of transmission systems against surge. IEEE Publication. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. Rudenterg. “Electrical Transients in Power Systems”. Lightning : Change formation. The shape attenuation and distortion of waves. 1. reflection of traveling waves. 7. Mathematical model of lightning stroke. L. Theory of Ground Wires : Direct Stoke to a tower. 79 EHD 144-46 PWR. The counterpoise. 5. Allan GreenWood. 6. “Traveling waves on transmission systems”. Mechanism of lighting stroke.
Introduction to MATLAB Programming. Case Studies using power system software . 3.EE-8251 Simulation Lab-II LTP 003 Marks: 50 Credits: 2 1. Optimization studies using GAMS/EUROSTAG 6. Simulation of Power Electronics controllers. Simulink Modeling using PowerSIM. 2. Case studies using Neural Network/ Fuzzy Logic/GA/PSO toolboxes 4. 5.
power system operation in competitive environment. Jaap E. England. 2001 3.Daalder. Transmission Pricing. Transmission Open Access. ‘Operation of Restructured Power System’ Klumer Academic Publisher – 2001 2. ATC and Factor affecting ATC. Bidding and Auction Mechanisms. Impact of Congestion and Congestion Management. Loi Lei Lai. Market Power.introduction – reactive power as an ancillary service – a review – synchronous generators as ancillary service providers.EE-8301 Power System Deregulation LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Boller. Introduction to Power System Deregulation Market Models Pool & Bilateral International Experiences.J. Math H. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Role of ISO. Mohammad Shahidehpour.“Restructured Electrical Power Systems” Marcel Dekker.introduction – operational planning activities of ISO. Kankar Bhattacharya.the ISO in pool markets – the ISO in bilateral markets – operational planning activities of a GENCOancillary services management. Determination of ATC. Ancillary Services and their management. .. Inc. Electricity Bill 2003 and its impact on ESI in India. Electricity price volatility electricity price indexes – challenges to electricity pricing – construction of forward price curves – short-time price forecasting. . Recommended Books: 1. and Muwaffaq alomoush. “Power System Restructuring and Deregulation”.
“Reliability evaluation of Power Systems. 4. MTTF. Derated capacity levels. Load forecast uncertainty. Pittman Books 1984. Stormy and normal weather effects . “Reliability evaluation of Engineering Systems. Transmission System Reliability Evaluation: Average interruption rate method. J. Billinton & R. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. . Allan. Reliability Modelling in Electric Power Systems. Hazard rate. Frequency and duration approach. 2. Markov processes. C. Static Generating Capacity Reliability Evaluation: Capacity outage probability tables. loss of load probability method. Basic Reliability Concepts: The General reliability function. Composite System Reliability Evaluation Conditional probability approach. NY. System Reliability Modelling and Evaluations.N. 3. two –plant single load system. 5. Recommended Books: 1. 4. R. Concepts and techniques ” Pittnan Books 1983. Frequency and duration method. Billinton.EE-8302 Power System Reliability LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Hutchison of London 1977. Billinton & R. The Markov process approach . 1. 3. Spinning Generation Capacity Reliability Evaluation: Spinning capacity evaluation. Allan. 2. 1979. R. John Wiley & Sons. Singh & R.N. Endrenyi.
C. H. HVDC Power Transmission System. Corona and R. Transmission LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. Basic means of control of HVDC link.V.D.C. 2. . Al. V. link. Arrillage. Related IEEE/IEE publications.V. C.C. 1983.D. 1971.V. Protection aspects of H.V. 1. Control Characteristic. link. Control of H.C. J.D. Computer Modelling of Electrical Power System. links.C.V. Types of H. link. combined characteristics of a converter. S. 4. John Wiley 1993. over EE.A. Analysis of 3-phase bridge converter with grid control overlap angle U<= 60 ˚ and U >= 60˚ Derivation of equivalent circuit of H.R. CC & CEA. K. Stability aspects of synchronous and asynchronous link.D.V..D. J. links.V. EHV-AC and transmission Engineering practice. 5.D. Khanna publishers. and D. 6. Wiley Eastern Ltd.D. Recommended Books: 1. 6.C. Power Flow : Merits and Demerits of H.EE-8303 H. systems. 5.H. CCA. Padiyar. 3. EE.C.C. 1990. 3.C. D. Direct Current Transmission Vol: 1 Wiley Interscience. Parallel operation of A. Kimbark. HVDC et. types of filters used for harmonic elimination.C Transmission..D.W. Harmonics in H. 4.D.I. operation. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. Characteristics of H.V.V.V. Arrillage. 1990 2. Rao. H.C.C. Peter Peregrines.
Y. Recommended Books: 1. related concepts and system requirements. Understanding FACTS: N. Flexible AC Transmission Systems (FACTS). Application considerations of FACT devices.K Verma. Introduction to FACTS. TCPAR.8304 Flexible AC transmission Systems (FACTS) LTP 400 External: 50 Sessional: 50 Credits: 4 Note: Examiner shall set eight questions covering entire syllabus. 4. TCSC. SSSC. Candidate will be required to attempt any five questions. FACTS devices like statcom. Loading Capability and Stability Considerations.G Hingorani. IEEE Press (Wiley) Reactive Power Control in Power Systems.Song (JEEE Series).EE. combined compensators (UPFC) and phase shifters devices such as SPS. Thyristor Based FACTS Controller for Electric Transmission Systems-R Mathur & P. Principles of operation. SMES. J Gyugi (JEEE Press). control schemes and the characteristics of shunt compensation. 3.H. TSE Miller . series compensators like CSE. Reactive Power Control in Electric Transmission Systems. 2.
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