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IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007 ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (Electrical & Electronic Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆ 1. Draw a block diagram in ﬂow chart form for a typical distribution system planning process and explain the techniques for distribution planning. [6+10] 2. (a) Explain the following terms i. maximum demand ii. coincident demand and iii. non - coincident demand. (b) Explain following factors i. Contribution factor ii. load diversity iii. loss factor [3] [3] [2] [3] [2] [3]

3. Give the various loading and voltage level factors that inﬂuence the design and operation of primary feeders. [4+4+4+4] 4. How do you analyse a substation service area with ‘n’ primary feeders. [16]

5. (a) Prove the power loss due to the load currents in the conductors of single-phase lateral ungrounded neutral case is 2 times large than one in the equivalent three phase lateral. [8] (b) Prove the power loss due to load currents in the conductors of the single-phase two-wire ungrounded lateral with full capacity neutral is 6 times larger than the one in the equivalent three phase 4-wire lateral. [8] 6. (a) Explain the principle of operation of circuit Re closure. (b) Explain the coordination procedure between two fuses. [7] [9]

7. (a) Explain the computerized method to determine the economic power factor.[6] (b) A feeder supplies an Industrial consumer with a cumulative load of i. Induction Motors totaling 200HP which runs at an average eﬃciency of 89% and a lagging average p.f. of 0.85. ii. Synchronous motors totaling 100HP with an average eﬃciency of 85% and iii. a heating load of 100KW. The Industrial consumer plans to use the synchronous motors to correct its overall power factor. Determine the required p.f. of the synchronous motors to correct the overall p.f. at peak load to 1 of 2

Code No: RR410207 A. unity B. 0.95 lag.

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[5+5=10] [3+3=6]

8. (a) Write short notes on any two methods of voltage control?

(b) “Voltage control and p.f. correction why these are necessary in power systems? What are the disadvantages of low voltage and low p.f. of the system? [5+3+2] ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

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Set No. 2

IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007 ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (Electrical & Electronic Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆ 1. Explain the various factors aﬀecting the distribution system planning. [16]

2. (a) Discuss the eﬀect of load factor and diversity factor on the cost of generation in a power system. [4+4] (b) Assume that the annual peak-load input to a primary feeder is 2000 kW. The total copper loss at the time of peak-load is 100 kW. The total annual energy supplied to the sending end of the feeder is 5.61 × 106 kW H. Determine i. the annual loss factor [4] ii. the total annual copper loss energy and its value at Rs.1.5 per kWh. [4] 3. What are the various factors that are to be considered in selecting a primary feeder rating? Describe the arrangement with suitable diagram. [6+6+4] 4. (a) What are the various factors that are to be considered in selecting substation location. [6] (b) Compare the four and six feeders patterns. [5+5=10]

5. (a) In terms of resistance and reactance of the circuit, derive the equation for load power factor for which voltage drop is minimum. [6] (b) An unbalanced 3-phase star connected load is connected to a balanced 3phase, 4-wire source. The load impedances ZR , ZY and ZB are given as , 70 300 , 85 − 400 and 50 350 ohms per phase respectively and the phase ‘R’ line voltage has an eﬀective value of 13.8 KV. Use the line to neutral voltage of phase ‘R’ as the reference and determine the line and neutral currents and total real and reactive powers. [6+4=10] 6. (a) What are the main objectives of distribution protection? Discuss. [4+6]

(b) The per unit values of positive, negative and zero sequence reactances of a network at fault are 0.08, 0.07 and 0.05 respectively. Determine the fault current if the fault is double line to ground. [6] 7. (a) Compare and explain the role of shunt and series capacitors in P.F. correction. [5+5=10] (b) A 400V, 50 cycles three phase line delivers 207KW at 0.8p.f. (lag). It is desired to bring the line p.f. to unity by installing shunt capacitors. Calculate the capacitance if they are i. star connected 1 of 2 [3]

Code No: RR410207 ii. delta connected.

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[3] [3+3=6]

8. (a) Write short notes on any two methods of voltage control?

(b) “Voltage control and p.f. correction why these are necessary in power systems? What are the disadvantages of low voltage and low p.f. of the system? [5+3+2] ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

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Set No. 3

IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007 ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (Electrical & Electronic Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆ 1. Discuss the objectives of distribution system planning. 2. (a) Explain how the load growth in a distribution system can be obtained. [16] [8]

(b) A distribution substation experiences an annual peak load of 3,500 kW. The total annual energy supplied to the primary feeder circuits is 107 kW h. Find i. the annual average power ii. the annual load factor [4] [4]

3. (a) What are the various factors that inﬂuence the voltage levels in the design and operation of the distribution system? [5+5] (b) A 3 phase radial express feeder has a line to line voltage of 22.0 kv at the receiving end, a total impedance of 5.25 + j10.95Ω/phase, and a load of 5 MW with a lagging power factor of 0.90. Determine the following: i. The line to neutral and line to line voltages at the sending end. ii. The load angle. [2+2+2=6] 4. How do you analyse a substation service area with ‘n’ primary feeders. [16]

5. (a) Derive an approximate voltage-drop equation of primary feeder and give the condition for load power factor at which voltage drop is maximum. [6+4=10] (b) Consider a single-phase, 2-wire secondary distributor of length ‘l’ meters from ′ the distribution transformer. At a length of ‘l1 meters from source, a load of ′ ‘I1 amps with a p.f. of cos φ1 (lag) is tapped. At a length of ‘l2 meters from ﬁrst load, a second load of I2 amps with a power factor cos φ2 (lead) is taped. ′ ′ At a length of ‘l3 meters from second load, a third load of ‘I3 amps with a UPF is tapped. If resistance and reactance of each wire are r and x ohms/meter respectively, derive approximate voltage drop equation in the distributor. [6] 6. (a) What are the main objectives of distribution protection? Discuss. [4+6]

(b) The per unit values of positive, negative and zero sequence reactances of a network at fault are 0.08, 0.07 and 0.05 respectively. Determine the fault current if the fault is double line to ground. [6] 7. (a) Explain the eﬀect of shunt compensation on distribution system. [6]

(b) A 3-phase substation transformer has a name plate rating of 7250KVA and a thermal capability of 120% of the name plate rating. If the connected load is 8816KVA with a 0.85pf lagging p.f., determine the following : 1 of 2

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Set No. 3

i. The KVAR rating of the shunt capacitor bank required to decrease the KVA load of the transformer to its capability level. [6] ii. The power factor of the corrected level [4] 8. (a) How do the shunt capacitor and reactors control the voltage? List the disadvantages of using a shunt capacitor for voltage control. [3+3+4] (b) With the help of a phasor diagram, show how a series capacitor boosts the voltage? What are the drawbacks of this method? [4+2] ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

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Set No. 4

IV B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, February 2007 ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (Electrical & Electronic Engineering) Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80 Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆ 1. Discuss the objectives of distribution system planning. 2. (a) Explain the following terms i. maximum demand ii. coincident demand and iii. non - coincident demand. (b) Explain following factors i. Contribution factor ii. load diversity iii. loss factor 3. (a) How do you apply the concept of ABCD constants to radial feeders. (b) Derive an equation for receiving end voltage. 4. How do you analyse a substation service area with ‘n’ primary feeders. [3] [3] [2] [8] [8] [16] [3] [2] [3] [16]

5. (a) In terms of resistance and reactance of the circuit, derive the equation for load power factor for which voltage drop is minimum. [6] (b) An unbalanced 3-phase star connected load is connected to a balanced 3phase, 4-wire source. The load impedances ZR , ZY and ZB are given as , 70 300 , 85 − 400 and 50 350 ohms per phase respectively and the phase ‘R’ line voltage has an eﬀective value of 13.8 KV. Use the line to neutral voltage of phase ‘R’ as the reference and determine the line and neutral currents and total real and reactive powers. [6+4=10] 6. (a) What are the main objectives of distribution protection? Discuss. [4+6]

(b) The per unit values of positive, negative and zero sequence reactances of a network at fault are 0.08, 0.07 and 0.05 respectively. Determine the fault current if the fault is double line to ground. [6] 7. (a) Explain the eﬀect of shunt compensation on distribution system. [6]

(b) A 3-phase substation transformer has a name plate rating of 7250KVA and a thermal capability of 120% of the name plate rating. If the connected load is 8816KVA with a 0.85pf lagging p.f., determine the following : i. The KVAR rating of the shunt capacitor bank required to decrease the KVA load of the transformer to its capability level. [6] 1 of 2

Code No: RR410207 ii. The power factor of the corrected level

Set No. 4

[4] [6]

8. (a) Brieﬂy explain the line drop compensation on voltage control.

(b) How an AVB can control voltage? With the aid of suitable diagram explain its function. [5+5=10] ⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

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