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AMA EDUCATION SYSTEM

Course Code Descriptive Title Course Credit Pre-requisite Course Description : : : : : EENG07 Power Systems 3 units EENG05 Energy Conversion Electric power industry. Components and systems modeling. Load Flow concept. Symmetrical components. Fault calculations. Economic operation. Stability studies At the end of the term, the students should be able to:

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1. Develop understanding of the basic concepts of load flows, economic dispatch, fault analysis, and other control problems. 2. Evaluate and solve problems involving symmetrical & unsymmetrical fault calculation. 1. Apply this knowledge to model and predict system behavior. 2. Apply this knowledge to design power transmission and distribution systems to meet needs. Course Outline LECTURE TOPICS A. PRELIMINARY PERIOD I. Introduction 1.1 Historical 1.2 Characteristics Influencing Generation and Transmission 1.3 Representation of Power Systems 1.4 Nature of Transmission and Distribution Systems 1.5 Statistics of Systems 1.6 Distribution Systems II. Components of a Power System 1.1 Synchronous Machines 1.2 Equivalent Circuit Under Balanced Short Circuit Conditions 1.3 Synchronous Generators in Parallel 1.4 The Operation of a Generator on Infinite Busbars 1.5 Connection of Three-phase Transformers 1.6 Voltage Characteristics of Loads, Switchgear and Protection Load Flows 3.1 Bus Classification 3.2 Nodal Admittance Matrix 3.3 Iterative Method 3.4 Gauss-Siedel Method 3.5 Newton-Raphson Method 3.6 Comparison of Solution Methods 3.7 Line Flow Equations 3.8 Fast-decoupled Load Flow

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LECTURE TOPICS B. MIDTERM PERIOD IV. Symmetrical Faults 4.1 Transients in RL Series Circuits 4.2 Internal Voltages of Loaded Machines under Fault Conditions 4.3 Fault Calculation using Z bus 4.4 Fault Calculation using Z bus Equivalent Circuits 4.5 The Selection of Circuit Breakers V. Symmetrical Components and Sequence Networks 5.1 The symmetrical Components of Unsymmetrical Phasors 5.2 Symmetrical Υ and ∆ Circuits 5.3 Sequence Circuits of Υ and ∆ Impedance 5.4 Sequence Circuits of a Symmetrical Transmission Line 5.5 Sequence Circuits of the Synchronous Machine 5.6 Unsymmetrical Series Impedance 5.7 Sequence Networks Unsymmetrical Faults 6.1 Unsymmetrical Faults on Power Systems 6.2 Single Line-to-Ground Faults 6.3 Line-to-Line Faults 6.4 Double Line-to-Ground Faults 6.5 Open-Conductor Faults

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FINAL PERIOD V. Economic Operation of Power System 5.1 Distribution of Load Between Units within a Plant 5.2 Distribution of Load between Plants 5.3 The Transmission-Loss Equation 5.4 An Interpretation of Transformation of C 5.5 Classical Economic Dispatch with Losses 5.6 Automatic Generation Control 5.7 Unit Commitment VI. Power System Stability 6.1 The Stability Problem 6.2 Swing Equation 6.3 The Power Angle Equation 6.4 Synchronizing Power Coefficients 6.5 Equal-Area Criterion of Stability 6.6 Multi-Machine Stability: Classical Model 6.7 Factor Affecting Transient Stability

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References: 1. 2. Electrical Power System by C.L Wardhwa Power System Analysis by John j. Grainger and William D. Stevenson, Jr. Electrical Machines, 2nd Edition by Charles Siskind Alternating Current Machines, 3rd Edition by Puchstein, Lloyd, Conrad

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Grading System Prelim Quizzes 40% Class Participation Major Examination Total 40% 10% 50% 100% 10% 50% 100% Midterm Final 40% 10% 50% 100%

Grade = 30% Prelim + 30% Midterm + 40% Final Grade

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INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND ENGINEERING EENG07 EENG07 Power Systems Curriculum Year 2001-2002 / Revised August 2002

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