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III B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2007

MODELLING OF POWER SYSTEM COMPONENTS

(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

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i. tree

ii. branches

iii. links

iv. co-tree

v. loop

(b) Write the relation among the number of nodes, number of branches, number

of Links and number of elements.

(c) For the graph given in figure 1 below, draw the tree and the corresponding

co-tree. Choose a tree of your choice, and hence write the cutest schedule.

[5+2+9]

Figure 1

2. (a) Derive the expression for the loop impedance Zloop using singular transforma-

tion in terms of primitive impedance matrix z and the basic loop incidence

matrix C.

(b) Derive an expression for Zloop for the oriented graph shown in Figure 2below.

[8+8]

Figure 2

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Code No: RR320203 Set No. 1

3. Impedances of various branches of the given network are as follows:

Z12 = 10Ω, Z10 = 10Ω, Z13 = 20Ω, Z23 = 10Ω, Z20 = 20Ω, Z30 = 10Ω Where ‘o’ is

reference node. Develop Zbus matrix for the network using step- by-step method.

[16]

bus-4 having reactance equal to 0.15 pu are connected through their respective

transformers havingXT = 0.1 pu. Generated e.m.f. of generator connected to bus-3

is 1.25 6 00 and internal voltage of motor is 0.85 6 − 450 . Line reactances connecting

buses are X31 = X23 = 0.25pu, X21 = 0.125pu, X24 = 0.2pu, X14 = 0.4 pu. Develop

the nodal admittance matrix for each of the network branches and then write the

nodal admittance equations of the system. [16]

5. Develop the expressions for formation of three phase ZBU S for the element which

is added between two existing buses in a partial network. [16]

6. Clearly explain how a synchronous generator is modeled for steady state analysis.

Draw the phasor diagram and obtain the power angle equation for a non salient

pole synchronous generator connected to an infinite bus. Sketch the power angle

curve. [16]

7. (a) Develop the mathematical model of hydraulic value actuator in speed govern-

ing system.

(b) Two generators rated 200Mw and 400Mw are operating in parallel. The droop

characteristics of their governors are 4% and 6% respectively from no-load to

full-load. Assuming that the generator are operating at 50Hz, how a load of

500Mw be shared between them. [8+8]

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Code No: RR320203 Set No. 2

III B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2007

MODELLING OF POWER SYSTEM COMPONENTS

(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

1. For the system shown in figure 1 below, form the bus incidence matrix A and

Branch path incidence matrix K and also predetermine the basic cut set incidence

matrix B and the basic loop incidence matrix C and hence show that [16]

(a) Ab K t = U,

(b) BL = AL K t .

Take 1, 5, 4 as tree

Figure 1

2. Derive the expressions for Bus admittance and impedance matrices by singular

transformation. [16]

from existing buses (p) and (k). [16]

(b) Explain the necessity of transformer modelling for power system studies. [10+6]

impedance form.

(b) Show that for a stationary element, the phase impedances matrix of a com-

ponent is diagonalised using symmetrical component transformation.

(c) Define the bus incidence matrix of a Power system network whose graph is

shown in figure 5. [6+6+4]

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Code No: RR320203 Set No. 2

Figure 5

6. (a) Derive the relation between the inertia constant H, and angular momentum

M. State the units of H & M.

(b) What is the importance of swing Equation in determining the stability of the

system.

(c) A 50 Hz, 4 pole Turbo generator rated 25 KVA, 11 KV has an inertia constant

H=9 KJ/KVA. Find the acceleration, if the input less the rotational losses is

25000 HP. The Electric Power developed is 14.5 MW. [4+6+6]

7. (a) Develop the mathematical model of primary and secondary Control Loops and

derive the transfer functions of each block.

(b) Determine the primary Automatic load frequency control loop parameters for

the following system data:

Total rated area capacity = 2000 Mw

Normal operating load = 1000 Mw

Inertia constant = 5 sec.

Regulation = 2.4 hz/ p.u. Mw

Assume load frequency depending is linear. [10+6]

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Code No: RR320203 Set No. 3

III B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2007

MODELLING OF POWER SYSTEM COMPONENTS

(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

i. tree

ii. branches

iii. links

iv. co-tree

v. loop

(b) Write the relation among the number of nodes, number of branches, number

of Links and number of elements.

(c) For the graph given in figure 1 below, draw the tree and the corresponding

co-tree. Choose a tree of your choice, and hence write the cutest schedule.

[5+2+9]

Figure 1

2. Derive the expressions for Bus admittance and impedance matrices by singular

transformation. [16]

3. Describe the procedure of modification of existing Zbus by adding branch from new

bus (p) to ref node, from new bus (p) to existing bus (k) , form existing bus (k) to

ref node and between existing buses (j) and (k). [16]

(b) Explain the necessity of transformer modelling for power system studies. [10+6]

impedance form.

(b) Show that for a stationary element, the phase impedances matrix of a com-

ponent is diagonalised using symmetrical component transformation.

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Code No: RR320203 Set No. 3

(c) Define the bus incidence matrix of a Power system network whose graph is

shown in figure 5. [6+6+4]

Figure 5

6. A synchronous generator is connected to an infinite bus through a transmission

line. Neglecting the resistances draw the phasor diagram and derive the

(b) Relation between reactive power and power angle. [8+8]

(b) Explain the turbine model and hence discuss transfer functions of reheat and

non-reheat models. [8+8]

(b) Explain the elements of an excitation system. [8+8]

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Code No: RR320203 Set No. 4

III B.Tech II Semester Supplimentary Examinations, Aug/Sep 2007

MODELLING OF POWER SYSTEM COMPONENTS

(Electrical & Electronic Engineering)

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

⋆⋆⋆⋆⋆

i. tree

ii. branches

iii. links

iv. co-tree

v. loop

(b) Write the relation among the number of nodes, number of branches, number

of Links and number of elements.

(c) For the graph given in figure 1 below, draw the tree and the corresponding

co-tree. Choose a tree of your choice, and hence write the cutest schedule.

[5+2+9]

Figure 1

2. Derive the expressions for Bus admittance and impedance matrices by singular

transformation. [16]

3. Describe the procedure of modification of Zbus by adding mutually coupled branch

from existing buses (p) and (k). [16]

4. (a) Write a detail note on tap-changing and regulating transformer.

(b) Explain the necessity of transformer modelling for power system studies. [10+6]

5. (a) Derive the performance equations of a three phase network element in im-

pedance and admittance forms.

(b) Find the sequence impedance matrix of an element whose phase component

matrix is [10+6]

abc j0.6 j0.2 j0.1

zpq = j0.1 j0.7 j0.4

j0.2 j0.3 j0.8

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Code No: RR320203 Set No. 4

6. Clearly explain how a synchronous generator connected to infinite bus through a

reactance can be modeled for transient analysis. Draw the phasor diagram and de-

rive the necessary equations, when saliency is neglected and constant flux linkages.

[16]

7. (a) Explain the complete block diagram of speed governing system and derive

transfer function.

(b) Two generators are supplying power to a system. Their rating are 50 and

500Mw respectively. The frequency is 50Hz and each generator is half loaded.

The system load increased by 110Mw and as a result frequency drops to

49.5Hz. What must be the individual regulations be if two generators should

increased their turbine powers in properties to their ratings. Also express the

regulation in p.u.Hz and p.u.Mw. [11+5]

(b) Explain the elements of an excitation system. [8+8]

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