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M.TECH.

POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING (EPS)

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELGAUM
SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION FOR
M.TECH. POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING (EPS)
(2014-16)
I Semester
Subject
Code
14EPS11
14 EPS 12
14 EPS 13
14 EPS 14

Credit Based
Teaching Hours/week
Practical /
Field Work /
Lecture
Assignment/
Tutorials
2
4

Name of the Subject

Applied Mathematics
Modeling and Analysis of
Electrical Machines
Power system Dynamics and
Control
Digital Protection of Power
Systems

4
4
4

2
2
2

Marks for
Duration
of Exam
in Hours

I.A.

Exam

Total
Marks

Credits

3

50

100

150

4

3

50

100

150

4

3

50

100

150

4

3

50

100

150

4

14 EPS 15X

Elective-I

4

2

3

50

100

150

4

14 EPS 16

Power System Laboratory - I

--

3

3

25

50

75

2

14 EPS 17

Seminar

--

3

--

25

--

25

1

20

16

18

300

550

850

23

Total
Elective – I
Subject Code

Name of the Subject

14EPS151

Linear and Nonlinear Optimization

14EPS152

EHV AC Transmission

14EPS153

High Voltage Power Apparatus

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY. POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING (EPS) (2014-16) II Semester Subject Code Credit Based Teaching Hours/week Practical / Field Work / Lecture Assignment/ Tutorials Name of the Subject 14 EPS 24 Economic Operation & Control of Power Systems Distribution System Design & Control Reactive Power Management in Power System HVDC Power Transmission 14 EPS 25X Elective-II 14 EPS 26 Power System Laboratory .A.II 14 EPS 27 Seminar **Project Phase-I (6 week Duration) 14EPS21 14 EPS 22 14 EPS 23 Total 4 4 4 2 2 2 Marks for Duration of Exam in Hours I. after availing a vacation of 2 weeks.TECH. Elective – II Subject Code Name of the Subject 14EPS251 Power System SCADA 14EPS252 Intelligent System Applications to Power System 14EPS253 Power Quality Enhancement using Custom Power Devices . BELGAUM SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION FOR M. Exam Total Marks Credits 3 50 100 150 4 3 50 100 150 4 3 50 100 150 4 4 2 3 50 100 150 4 4 2 3 50 100 150 4 3 3 25 50 75 2 -- 3 -- 25 -- 25 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 20 16 18 300 550 850 23 ** Between the II Semester and III Semester.

BELGAUM SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION FOR M. Exam Total Marks 25 --- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 25 -- -- 75 -- 50 25 125 75 50 150 Credits 1 15 4 20 .A.VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY. POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING (EPS) (2014-16) III Semester: INTERNSHIP Course Code Subject 14EPS31 Seminar/Presentation on Internship (After 8 weeks from the date of commencement) 14EPS32 Report on Internship 14EPS33 Evaluation and Viva-Voce Total Credit Based No. of Hrs.TECH./Week Practical/ Lecture Field Work --- Duration of Exam in Hours Marks for I.

VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY. Exam Total Marks Credits 3 50 100 150 4 3 50 100 150 4 25 1 25 1 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 8 -- Marks for 25 25 --- 3 – 100+100 200 18 09 50 400 550 28 Grand Total (I to IV Sem.TECH.) : 2400 Marks : 94 Credits Elective – III Subject code Name of the Subject 14EPS421 Power System Reliability Engineering 14EPS422 Smart Gird 14EPS423 Planning & Management of Deregulated Power Systems . POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING (EPS) (2014-16) IV Semester Credit Based Subject Code 14EPS41 14EPS 42X 14EPS43 14EPS44 14EPS45 No. BELGAUM SCHEME OF TEACHING AND EXAMINATION FOR M.A. of Hrs./Week Field Work / Lecture Assignment / Tutorials -4 Subject FACTS Controllers Elective-III 4 Evaluation of Project Phase – II Evaluation of Project work – III Evaluation of Project Work and Viva-voce Total -- Duration of Exam in Hours I.

Project Evaluation marks by External Examiner: 50. Phase – III Evaluation:25 Marks.Note: 1) Project Phase – I:6 weeks duration shall be carried out between II and III Semesters. 5) The Project Valuation and Viva-Voce will be conducted by a committee consisting of the following: a) Head of the Department (Chairman) b) Guide c) Two Examiners appointed by the university (Out of two external examiners at least one should be present). Total Marks shall be 250 (Phase . Marks of Evaluation of Project: • The I. Candidates in consultation with the guides shall carryout literature survey / visit to Industries to finalize the topic of dissertation. Evaluation shall be taken up during the middle of IV Semester. Total Marks shall be 25.II Evaluation: 25 Marks. At the end of the semester Project Work evaluation and Viva-Voce Examinations shall be conducted. Marks of Project Phase – II & III shall be sent to the University along with Project Workreport at the end of the Semester. Project Evaluation marks by Internal Examiner (Guide):50. 2) Project Phase – II:16 weeks duration. 3) Project Phase – III:24 weeks duration in IV Semester. Viva-Voce Examination: 100 Marks). Evaluation shall be taken during the first two weeks of the IV Semester. .A. students have to submit all the reports. 3 days for project work in a week during III Semester. 4) During the final viva.

acceleration of convergence. explicit method. hyperbolic equations. “Numerical Methods for Scientific and Engineering Computations”. elementary properties. sub graphs. Khanna Publishers. Hamiltonian paths and circuits. Numerical Solution of Partial Differential Equations: Classification of second order equations. of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours -Number of Practical Hours/week Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. Interpolation:Hermite interpolation. . Kenneth Hoffman and Ray Kunze.Gauss-Seidal method.I APPLIED MATHEMATICS Subject Code 14EPS11 IA Marks No. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. general iteration method (first order). singular and non-singular transformations. 2012. spline interpolation. Eigen values and Eigen vectors of real symmetric matrices -Jacobi method. SOR method. graphical method. types of graphs. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . Grewal. circuits. 41stEdition. 6. independence.(no derivation) Chebyshev method. Givens method. NarsinghDeo. examples. 2011. artificial variable technique -M-method. System of Linear Algebraic Equations and Eigen Value Problems: Iterative methods . general linear programming problem. polynomial equations – Birge –Vieta method and Bairstow’s method.iterative methods based on second degree equation – Muller method. B. “Graph Theory with Applications to Engineering and Computer Science”. representation of transformations by matrices. operations on graphs. 2ndEdition. connected graphs-walks. S R K Iyengar and R K Jain. of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 50 03 02 100 Numerical Methods: Solution of algebraic and transcendental equations. and complex roots – Newton-Raphson method. simplex method.invertible.S. “Numerical Solution of Differential Equations”. properties. PHI. B. Dr. Eulerian paths and circuits. 3. Grewal. Linear Algebra: Vector spaces.solution of one dimensional wave equation. paths. 1999. 2011. 4. Eigen value problems – Gerschgorian circle. Crank-Nicolson method and Du Fort-Frankel method. Dr. system of non-linear equations. parabolic equationssolution of one dimensional heat equation. New Age International. connected and disconnected graphs. PHI. “Higher Engineering Mathematics”. rank and nullity. 2nd Edition. numerical solution of differential equations – Numerov method. M K Jain.S. “Numerical Methods in Engineering and Science”. 2. 2004. New Age International.formulation of the problem. basis and dimension. graphs isomorphism. Optimization: Linear programming. algebra of linear transformations. Graph Theory: Basic terminologies.TECH. “Linear Algebra”. 2008. M K Jain. applications of graphs.M. Linear Transformations: Definition. 5. range and null space. Khanna Publishers. linear dependent.

Modeling of Synchronous Machines: Introduction. per unit system. 2ndEdition. 2nd Edition. . mathematical model of dc series motor. control principle of the induction motor. torque equations in substitute variables. deviation of commonly used induction motor models-stator reference frames model. 2009. Pearson. Kron’s primitive machine-voltage. PHI Learning Private Ltd. rotor reference frames model.Krause. Wiley(India). voltage equations and torque equation in machine variables.Sudhoff.2010. linearization techniques for small perturbations. equal area criterion. auto transformers. stator voltage equations in arbitrary and rotor reference frame variables. 5thEdition. three phase to two phase transformation. transformation to obtain constant matrices. sudden application of inertia load. dynamic simulation.TECH. first swing transient stability limit. “Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines”.M. 3. “Analysis of Electrical Machinery and Drive Systems”. Reference Frame Theory: Real time model of a two phase induction machine. space phasor model. 6. rotor angle and angle between rotors. Analysis & Control”. 2. of Lecture Hours 14EPS12 04 IA Marks Exam Hours 02 Number of Tutorial Hours/week 52 Exam Marks 50 03 -100 Basic Concepts of Modeling: Basic two pole machine representation of commutator machines. Arthur R Bergen and Vijay Vittal. of Lecture Hours/Week Number of PracticalHours/week Total No. transmission line and transformers. synchronously rotating reference frames model.Bimbra. single phase transformer model. per unit three phase quantities. Krishnan. per phase analysis. power equivalence. transfer function of separately excited DC motor. 3-phase synchronous machine with and without damper bar and 3-phase induction machine. 2009.I MODELING AND ANALYSIS OFELECTRICAL MACHINES Subject Code No. “Power System Stability and Control”. Oleg Wasynczuk. three phase transformer connections. regulating transformers for voltage and phase angle control. computer simulation. equations in flux linkages.Prentice Hall. electromagnetic torque. normal systems. change of base. Khanna Publications.Modeling. 1998. TMH. comparison of actual and approximate transient torque-angle characteristics during a 3-phase fault at the machine terminals. critical clearing time. per unit model. comparison of actual and approximate transient torque-angle characteristics during a sudden change in input torque. 4. P.C. 5. per unit analysis of normal system. PrabhaKundur. “Electric Motor Drives . 1995. 2010. Park’s equations. current and torque equations. approximate transient torque versus rotor angle characteristics. Scott D.S. P. analysis of steady state operation. R. Small Signal Equations of the Induction Machine: Derivation of small signal equations of induction machine. Dynamic Analysis of Synchronous Machines: Dynamic performance during sudden change in input torque and during a 3-phase fault at the machine terminals. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Transformer Modeling: Introduction. “Power System Analysis”. DC Machine Modeling: Mathematical model of separately excited DC motor-steady state and transient state analysis. Dynamic Modeling of Three Phase Induction Machine: Generalized model in arbitrary frame. Chee-MunOng. DQ flux linkages model derivation. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . “Dynamic Simulation of Electric Machinery using Matlab / Simulink”. shunt motor. per unit normalization.

per unit quantities. K. of Lecture Hours/Week Number of Practical Hours/week Total No.S. 3. simplified representation of Excitation control. dynamic compensator analysis of single machine infinite bus system with and without PSS. Synchronizing and damping torque analysis. Excitation system: Excitation system modeling. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . Synchronous machine model with field circuit and one equivalent damper winding on q axis (model 1.Peter W. Equivalent circuits of synchronous machine .P. Fouad. stator equations.Power System Dynamics and Stability Prentice Hall .M.TECH. “Power system dynamics”. Hyderabad 2. Park’s Transformation. Application of power system stabilizers: basic concepts in applying PSS. Transformation of flux linkages. Dynamics of a synchronous generator connected to infinite bus: system model.1). Publications Hyderabad.determination of parameters of equivalent circuits.M. Analysis of single machine system: small signal analysis with block diagram.S. 2nd edition. washout circuit. Representation characteristic equation and application of Routh Hurwitz criterion. A.A. Control signals. B. Padiyar. Prime mover control system. B. Modeling of Transmission lines and loads. calculation of Initial conditions. Anderson and A.I POWER SYSTEM DYNAMICS AND STABILITY CONTROL Subject Code No. REFERENCE BOOKS 1.R. Publications. Pai. structure and tuning of PSS. Transformation of stator voltage equations and rotor equations. “Power system control and stability”. excitation systems block Diagram systemrepresentation by state equations. Modeling of synchronous machine: synchronous machine. Analysis of steady state performance. small signal model State equations. rotor equations. Sauer &M. of Lecture Hours 14EPS13 04 IA Marks Exam Hours 02 Number of Tutorial Hours/week 52 Exam Marks 50 03 -100 Basic concepts: Power system stability states of operation and system security system dynamics problems system model analysis of steady State stability and transient stability. Synchronous machine model.

multifunction protection scheme. cosine filters. John Wiley and Sons Inc. 2nd Edition. Fourier half cycle algorithm modified half cycle Fourier algorithm. differential protection of stator windings. Proder 70 Algorithm. Digital/Numerical Relays. microcontroller(Intet-80196)based SBC card. modeling for transient simulation. digital techniques for protection of transformers. Transformer Protection: Introduction. integrated hierarchical computer control and protection. use of mimic impedance. motor protection. DSP processor based hardware schemes. under impedance protection. 1997.T. anti-aliasing filter.S. James S. equivalent circuits. distance relay characteristics. analog signal conditioning. computer architectures. Parthasarathy.TECH. of Lecture Hours 14EPS14 04 IA Marks Exam Hours 02 Number of Tutorial Hours/week 52 Exam Marks 50 03 -100 Introduction to Digital Relay: Introduction. adaptive relaying. data acquisition interface card for personal computer.Madhava Rao. algorithms for numerical relaying. negative sequence protection. improved digital harmonic filtering algorithm. flux restraint approach. Indian Society for Technical Education. VT model. analysis of simulation results. relay performance. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. 3. compensating algorithms for CTs and dynamic compensation of CTs. of Lecture Hours/Week Number of Practical Hours/week Total No. Bangalore. multiprocessor based poly-phase numerical distance relay. derivation of linear equivalents. advantages of microprocessor technology. 100% stator ground fault protection. operating algorithms. over-fluxing detection algorithm. measures of noise and surge immunity. synchronous machines. current transformers. classification of relaying algorithms. modeling for transient simulation. ISTE WPLP Learning Material Series. “Digital Protection for Power Systems” Peter Peregrinus Ltd.Salman. A/D relay. Protection of Power System Components: Introduction. wound voltage transformers. Walsh algorithm. analysis of simulation result. sample and hold circuit. T. dynamic compensation for CTs and PTs. voltage transformers.Johns and S. full cycle Fourier algorithm. TMH Publication. 2. “Computer Relaying for Power Systems”. 5. digital relay implementation procedure using microcontroller(Intel-80196) SBC card. microprocessor application to protection.M. 2nd Edition. mean square error minimization technique.TMS32050 DSP based general purpose hardware. differential equation algorithm. bus bar protection. A. Phadke. Dual DSP based SBC hardware.Thorp. modeling of 3-phase networks. 2009. substation digital protection system. 2009. special over current relay characteristics. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . least squares fitting algorithm. harmonic restraint percentage differential protection. 2006. Digital Relays for Synchronous Generators Protection: Introduction. simulators for testing. microcomputers for digital relay: introduction. “Power System Protection – Static Relays”.K. typical numerical over-current relay.2005. transient performance. T. amplitude and phase response of low pass filters. Institution of Electrical Engineers. K. multiplexer. sample and derivative technique. voltage restraint technique. modeling of induction motors.I DIGITAL PROTECTION OF POWER SYSTEMS Subject Code No. Arun G. “Digital Protection of Power Systems”. introduction. TMH.M. frequency dependence of distributed parameters of lines. Relaying Algorithms: Introduction. Butterworth low pass filter. desirable features in a protection scheme. Rao. Protection Features in Numerical Distance Relays: Relaying algorithms. . Transient Analysis of Power Systems: Introduction. switches and non-linear elements. out of set generator protection. transformers and control devices. G-matrix building and nodal solutions. subsystems of a digital relay. Hardware Considerations: Continuous versus discrete time signals: introduction.S. Harr algorithm. digital protection schemes for bus bars. 4. feeder protection. Current Voltage Transformers: Introduction.

identifying an optimal point. historical development. primal-dual relations when the primal is in standard form.Fletcher – Goldfarb – Shanno method. addition of new variables. David MautnerHimmelblau. changes in the cost coefficients Cj. duality theorems. formation of LLP. solution of a system of linear simultaneous equations. Non-Linear Programming . direct search methods: random search methods. Classification of Optimization Problems: Introduction. Kataria& Sons. sensitivity or post. 2009. nature of the design variables. constraint surface. improving a non-optimal basic feasible solution.One Dimensional Minimization Methods: Introduction. Unimodal function.1996. graphical method. univariate. grid search.I LINEAR AND NONLINEAR OPTIMIZATION (ELECTIVE-I) Subject Code 14EPS151 IA Marks No. classification of optimization problems based on existence of constraints. Marquadrant method. Non-Linear Programming . two phases of the simplex method. pivotal reduction of a general system of equations. direct and indirect methods. physical structure of the problem. Quasi-Newton and Secant methods. nature of the equations involved. golden section method. statement of the problem.optimality analysis. changes in right-hand-side constants bi. Powel’s methods. K. saddle point. Cauchy method.Unconstrained Minimization Methods: Introduction. optimization techniques. objective function surfaces. conversion of an LPP into required form. constraint qualification. interval halving method. constrained and unconstrained optimization techniques. addition of constraints. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . quadratic programming.Newton methods. gradient of a function. objective function. interpolation methods. John Wiley and SonsInc. 2. geometry of LPP. “Applied Nonlinear Programming”. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 50 03 02 100 Optimization: Introduction. multivariable optimization with equality constraints. Newton. dual simplex method. Linear Programming-II: Revised simplex method. practical considerations. Davidon-Fletcher-Powel method. Hook and Jeeve’s method. Kuhn-Tucker conditions. single variable optimization. Broydon. solution by direct substitution. Linear Programming-I: Introduction. design vector. motivation of the simplex method. standard form of a LPP. 3. contraction. . changes in the constraint coefficients aij. direct root methods. test functions . of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours -Number of Practical Hours/week Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. Singiresu S Rao(S S Rao). statement of an optimization problem. multivariable optimization with no constraints. applications of linear programming. A P Verma. permissible values of the design variables. expansion. quadratic and cubic. deterministic nature of the functions. reflection. design constraints.M. nonlinear and linear programming problem(NLP and LPP). Unrestricted search with fixed step size and accelerated step size. S. engineering applications of optimization. quasi. multivariable optimization with inequality constraints. McGraw-Hill. Rosenbrock’s method of rotating coordinates. definitions and theorems. indirect search methods. symmetric and primal-dual relations. exhaustive search. conjugate gradient methods. by the method of constrained variation and by the method of Lagrange multipliers. simplex algorithm. number of objective functions. semi-definite case. “Engineering Optimization”. dichotomous search. Newton’s method. algorithm. duality in linear programming. pattern directions. decomposition principle.TECH. Fibonacci method. simplex methods. Transportation problem. comparison of elimination methods. “Operation Research”. 1972. Karmarkar’s method.

Generalized Equations for SinglePhase Representation.Rakosh Das Begamudre.I EHVAC TRANSMISSION (ELECTIVE-I) Subject Code 14EPS152 IA Marks No. Reflection and Refraction of Travelling Waves. Average Values of Line Parameters. Sub-Synchronous Resonance in Series-Capacitor Compensated Lines. Resistance and Inductance of Ground Return. Attenuation of Travelling Waves due to Corona Loss. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Recovery Voltage and the Circuit Breaker. The Power Circle Diagram and Its Use. Line Capacitance Calculation. Open-Ended Line: Double-Exponential Response. Design of Cylindrical Cages for Corona Experiments. Over voltages in EHV Systems Caused by Switching Operations: Origin of Overvoltages and Their Types.H. Overvoltages Caused by Interruption of Low Inductive Current. Mechanical Considerations in Line Performance.V. Reduction of Switching Surges on EHV Systems. Gradient Factors and Their Use. Differential Equations and Solutions for General Case. Ferro-Resonance Overvoltages. Design Examples: Steady-State Limits. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . Sequence Inductances and Capacitances. Power-Frequency Voltage Control and Over voltages: Problems at Power Frequency. Field of Line Charges and Their Properties. Generalized Constants. Static Reactive Compensating Systems (Static VAR). of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 50 03 02 100 Transmission Line Trends and Preliminaries: Standard Transmission Voltages. Line Energization with TrappedCharge Voltage. Field of Sphere Gap. Transient Response of Systems with Series and Shunt Lumped Parameters and Distributed Lines. Inverse Fourier Transform for the General Case. Cascade Connection of Components—Shunt and Series Compensation. Temperature Rise of Conductors and Current-Carrying Capacity. Standing Waves and Natural Frequencies. Line Parameters for Modes of Propagation. Inductance of EHV Line Configurations. Costs of Transmission Lines and Equipment. 2. Experimental and Calculated Results of Switching-Surge Studies. Power-Handling Capacity and Line Loss. NoLoad Voltage Conditions and Charging Current. The Method of Fourier Transforms. Design of EHV Lines Based upon Steady-State Limits and Transient Overvoltages: Introduction. Design Factors Under Steady State. Examples of Giant Power Pools and Number of Lines. Interruption of Capacitive Currents. Radio Interference Theory of Travelling Waves and Standing Waves: Travelling Waves and Standing Waves at Power Frequency. Design Examples I to IV. Corona: I2R Loss and Corona Loss. Examples of Conductors and Maximum Gradients on Actual Lines. Line Insulation Design Based Upon Transient Overvoltages. “Extra High Voltage AC Transmission Engineering. Properties of Bundled Conductors. Surface Voltage Gradient on Conductors. High Phase Order Transmission. Distribution of Voltage Gradient on Subconductors of Bundle. Audible Noise. New Age International Publishers. Voltage Gradients of Conductors: Electrostatics. Calculation of Switching Surges—Single Phase Equivalents. Voltage Control Using Synchronous Condensers.M. Open-Ended Line: Response to Sinusoidal Excitation. Generalized Equations for Three-Phase Systems. Lines. Distributed-Parameter Line Energized by Source. EHV Transmission line reference book – Edision Electric Institute (GEC) 1986. Voltage Gradients on Conductors in the Presence of Ground Wires on Towers. of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours -Number of Practical Hours/week Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. .TECH. Charge-Potential Relations for Multi-Conductor lines. Corona Loss and Effective Shunt Conductance.4th Edition”. Principles of Travelling-Wave Protection of E. Calculation of Line and Ground Parameters: Resistance of Conductors. Corona-Loss formulae. ShortCircuit Current and the Circuit Breaker.

BHEL.Heathcote. Types of circuit breakers. . POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . Surge Phenomenon in Transformer: Equivalent circuit initial voltage distribution with grounded and insulated neutral. “Principle. “Transformers”. 1991.2003. its evaluation and minimization in transformer. magnetisng current and inrush phenomenon. S S Vasutinsky. England. Electro Magnetic Forces on Short Circuit: Philosophy. travelling wave theory frequency behaviour of velocity of propogaton equivalent circuit fourier spectrum of unit stop wave.Short circuit calculations and rating of breaker: Types of Faults in Power Systems:Short circuit current and short circuit MVA calculations for different types of faultsrating of circuit breakers. insulaion clearences in air. inrush current in three phase transformer. “Hand Book of Switch Gear”. High Voltage Switch Gears:Introduction to switch gears.design. SF6 and vacuum.I HIGH VOLTAGE POWER APPARATUS(ELECTIVE-I) Subject Code 14EPS153 IA Marks No. minimum oil.TECH. of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 50 03 02 100 HV Power Transformer: Equivalent circuits-limitations and validity. “Switching Phenomena in High Voltage Circuit Breakers”. estimation of magnitude of in rush current and its maximum value. Stevenago. SC1 1HQ. Hoop tension and copper loss. 3. arbitrary MMF distribution. Solid insulating materials. “Jand P Transformer Book. 4. zig zag and coils of unequal height cases. 6. Magnetic Leakage Reactance Calculations: Inductance evaluation in single phase winding and three phase winding transormers.2007.symmetrical and assymetrical ratings. Coimbatore-1962 Flursscheim C H. insulation requirement of transformer against surges – principle of fully shielded transformers and interleaved disc coils.current chopping-capacitive current breaking-auto reclosing. Scott connection. Peter Peregrinus Ltd. role of inductance. SF6 and Vacuum circuit breakers. “Power Circuit Breaker Theory and Design”. eddy current loss in conductors placed in alternating magnetic field.TMH. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Marcel Dekker Inc.dielectric and mechanical strength consideration. IEE monograph series 17. Operation And Design Of Power Transformers” PSG College of Technology. construction and operating principles of bulk oil.2008. South Gate House.seperation of leakage reactance. volts per turn and concept of AT thinning. of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours -Number of Practical Hours/week Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No.dielectric materials.TMH. oil.coordinaton between inner and external insulation.” 13thEdition. Circuit Interruption : Arc characteristics directand alternating current interruptions-arc quenching phenomenon-transient restriking voltage-RRRV-recovery voltage.2ndEdition.M.comparision of different types of breakers. M. 1977. standing wave theory for earthed neutral andinsulated neutral cases. Funio Nakanishi. axial force calculation. evaluation of radial and tensile forces. New York. Herts. 2. bushing insulation. air blast.Newness.. interleaved coils. voltage gradient line and sress. effective capacitance. BHEL. 5.

star-delta and delta-star configurations. Economic dispatch problem taking into account the network loading constraints and computation of bus incremental cost. Harmonic analysis and voltage and current harmonic distortion computation for a given power system. Contingency analysis and Ranking for a given inter connected power system having minimum ten buses and ten series elements.I POWER SYSTEMS LABORATORY-I Subject Code 14EPS16 IA Marks No. 8. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . of Lecture Hours/Week -Exam Hours Number of Practical Hours/week 03 Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. Sequence impedance diagram development and distribution of earth fault current computation in a practical power system having auto transformers with tertiary delta winding. 6. state estimation and bad data detection for a given power system using measurement data. Obtaining of PV & PQ curve for a given power system with load buses and Voltage instability analysis 4. . 2.TECH. Over current relay co-ordination with and without instantaneous setting for a given network with NI relay characteristic curves. Tuned filter design to eliminate the harmonic currents. 25 03 -50 Operator request load flow using voltage and frequency dependent load modelling and generator droop characteristic. 10. 7. of Lecture Hours -Exam Marks 1. ATC computation and open access feasibility studies for the given power system network. 5. Reactive power optimization and loss minimization studies for a given power system. Observability analysis. 9. 3.M.

TECH. face audience. The internal assessment marks shall be awarded by a committee consisting of at least two staff members based on the relevance of the topic. enhance communication skill. of Lecture Hours/Week -Exam Hours Number of contactHours/week 03 Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. under the guidance of a Faculty.M. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . participation in the question and answer session and quality of report. . organize the subject topics in a systematic order iii) Prepare the report with own sentences iv) Type the matter to acquaint with the use of Micro-soft equation and drawing tools or any such facilities v) Present the seminar topic at least for 20 minutes orally and/or through power point slides vi) Answer the queries and involve in debate/discussion lasting for about 10 minutes vii) Submit two copies of the typed report with a list of references The participants shall take part in discussion to foster friendly and stimulating environment in which the students are motivated to reach high standards and become self-confident. of contactHours -Exam Marks 25 ---- The aim of the seminar is to inculcate self-learning. involve in group discussion and present his ideas. is required to i) Choose a topic of his/her interest relevant to the Course of Specialization ii) Carryout literature survey.I SEMINAR Subject Code 14EPS17 IA Marks No. Each student. presentation skill.

4thEdition. Olle. constraints in economic operation flowchart.II ECONOMIC OPERATION & CONTROL OF POWER SYSTEMS Subject Code 14EPS21 IA Marks 50 No. Loss Co-efficient:Definitions and Computation of loss co-efficient. relation between voltage. power system contingency analysis.use of AGE for economic dispatch.M. sparse matrix techniques. Maximum Likelihood Weighted Least-Squares Estimation. Power System Optimization:Optimal system operation with thermal plants. CRC Press. voltage collapse. methods of voltage control-voltage stability. incremental production costs for steam power plants. steady state & transient security of power systems. “Power Generation Operation and Control”. energy control centers. Transmission loss equation for B co-efficient. security monitoring. “Electrical Energy Systems”. .2014.L. Hydro-Units in Series (Hydraulically Coupled). Pumped-Storage Hydro plants. 2nd Edition Second Indian reprint. constraints. Wadhwa. factors affecting system security. Hydro-Scheduling with Storage Limitations Introduction to State Estimation in Power Systems: Introduction. TMH. New Age International. Power System State Estimation. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. State Estimation of an AC Network.2010.Kusic “Computer Aided Power System Analysis”. use of load flow Jacobian for economic dispatch.Elgerd. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . generation and absorption of reactive power.2009. SCADA systems. State Estimation by Orthogonal Decomposition. C. Nagrath& Kothari. block diagram.I. connecting generator dispatch by sensitivity methods. Power System Security: Introduction.merit order scheduling. 5. Scheduling Problems. unit commitment: statement of the problem.“Electrical Power System”. and detection of network problems. 2011. power systems control problems. Short-Term Hydro-Scheduling: A Gradient Approach. Hydroelectric Plant Models. Network sensitivity methods. power and reactive power at a node-single machine infinity bus system. Introduction to Advanced Topics in State Estimation. C. the Short-Term Hydrothermal Scheduling Problem. spinning reserve. Application of Power Systems State Estimation.TMH. Hydro-Scheduling Using Linear Programming. contingency ranking. analytical form of generation costs of thermal power plants.2001. Dynamic-Programming Solution to the Hydrothermal Scheduling Problem. 2. Allen Wood and Woolenberg. calculation of network sensitivity factor. of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 100 Introduction: Different states of power systems. “Modern Power System Analysis”. Wiley India 2ndEdition. Automatic generation and voltage control. loss co-efficient using Y Bus.L. block. 3. incremental transmission of transmission loss.flow chart -AGC -AGL . of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours 03 02 Number of Practical Hours/week Number of Tutorial Hours/week -Total No. Hydrothermal Coordination: Introduction.TECH. 4. Control of Voltage and Reactive Power:Introduction.

TECH. D general circuit constants to radial feeders. substation services area with 'n’ primary feeders. distribution automation. economic justification. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Primary and Secondary Distribution Systems: Introduction. secondary banking. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER .allocation.types of control. Pabla.M. role of computers in distribution planning. 2010. economic power factor.S. BSP Books Pvt Ltd. Gorti Ramamurthy. distribution system planning. factors affecting system planning. feeder loading rectangular type development. applications of capacitors and installation. rating a distribution substation. typical control applications. 2. A. load characteristics. . 2ndEdition. “Hand Book of Electrical Power Distribution”. 3. substation application curves. feeder types and voltage levels. simulated annealing technique for loss minimization and voltage control. local energy control center. Power capacitors series and sh u n tpower factor correction. TMH. B. 6thEdition. present voltage drop formula. Application of Capacitors in Distribution Systems: Introduction.2011. University Press. “Electric Power Distribution System”.2009.II DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DESIGN & CONTROL Subject Code 14EPS22 IA Marks No. present technique. practical procedure to determine the best location. of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 50 03 -100 Distribution System Planning & Automation:Introduction. comparison of four and six feeder patterns. knowledge based system. Turan Gonen. mathematical procedure for optimum. of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours Number of Field work/ Assignment Hours/week 02 Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. substation location. “Electric Power Distribution System Engineering”. derivation of K constant. C. Distribution Substation:Introduction. Expert system. radial type development application of the A. dynamic behavior of distribution system.2ndEdition. knowledge based methodologies for system reconfiguration and service restoration. Artificial Intelligence Methodologies in Distribution System Operation&Control: Introduction.

reinsertion schemes. George J.II REACTIVE POWER MANAGEMENT IN POWER SYSTEM Subject Code 14EPS23 IA Marks No. T.Chakrabarti. midpoint shunt reactor or capacitor. surge impedance and natural loading. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . Harmonics: Sources. Spinger. Fundamentals.Tagare. power factor correction and voltage regulations in single phase system. Principles of Static Compensation: Principle of operation of thyristor controlled reactor. D. TMH. voltage and current profiles of uncompensated radial and symmetrical line on open circuit. series compensation . load power and p. fundamental concepts of compensation by sectioning. Wakileh. passive shunt compensation.PHI. “An Introduction to Reactive Power Control and Voltage Stability in Power Transmission Systems”.M. 2011.Requirement for compensation. expression for mid-point voltage. BSP books PVT Ltd. reduced voltage starting. Dynamic Performance of Transmission Systems with Reactive Power Compensation: The dynamics of electrical power systems. Reactive Power Co-Ordination: Reactive power management. static starting. fundamental transmission line equation. 2. 4. Synchronous Condenser: Introduction. phase balancing and power factor correction of unsymmetrical loads. emergency reactive power supply. effects of harmonics on electrical equipment. “Reactive Power Control in Electrical Systems”. “Power Systems Harmonics. protective gear.K Mukhopadhyay and D. four characteristics time period. Reactive Power Control: Fundamental requirement in AC power transmission. “Reactive Power Management”. the ideal compensator specifications of a load compensator. objectives in load compensation. objectives and practical limitation . uniformly distributed fixed compensation.E Abinandan. of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 50 03 -100 Theory of Load Compensation :Introduction. power system voltage control. of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours Number of Practical Hours/week 02 Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. voltage control by means of switch shunt compensation. thyristors switch capacitor. symmetrical line with midpoint series capacitor and shunt reactor. f on voltage and reactive power. transmission benefits. Analysis and Filter Design”. required reactance of shunt reactors. multiple shunt reactors along the line.P Kothari. Series Capacitors: Introduction. 2010. control of open circuit voltage by shunt reactance. utility objectives and utility practices. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. A.2010. A. passive and active compensators. starting methods for motor. varistor protective gear. saturated reactor compensator. compensation in terms of symmetrical components expression for the compensating susceptance in terms of phase line currents. uncompensated line under load.J. effect of line length.2014. . power transfer characteristics and maximum transmissible power for a general case. 3. need for adjustable reactive compensation.E Miller.TECH. D.

London. HVDC Converters: Introduction to Line commutated converter. Planning of HVDC transmission. 2012.Applications of Static Converters in Power Systems. TMH.M. control and protection. . effect of smoothing reactor. Control of voltage source converter.1.First Indian reprint 2013. 2ndEdition. description of DC transmission system. Harmonics and Filters:Introduction. 3. Control of Converters and HVDC link: DC link control principles. 2. “HVDC Transmission”.W. Vol. operating problems. 4. Starting and stopping of Dc link. Twelve pulse converter. S Kamakshaiah and V Kamaraju. The Institute of Engineering and Technology. “High Voltage Direct Current Transmission”. Detection and protection of faults. Analysis of converter in two and three. and three and four valve conduction modes. choice of converter configuration for any pulse number. 2006. Protection against faults in voltage source converter. protection against over currents. firing angle control. converter control characteristics. Arrilaga. voltage stability. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . power flow analysis under dynamic conditions. protection against over voltages. Pulse Width Modulation.Kimbark “Direct Current Transmission”. DC line insulators. dc system model. E. Padiyar. Stability Analysis and Power Modulation: Introduction to stability concepts. Reactive power control. solution procedure. R. Protection in dc line. Generation of harmonics. inclusion of constraints. comparison with AC transmission. of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours Number of Practical Hours/week 02 Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. 2011. Two and Three level voltage source converters. “HVDC Power Transmission Systems”. types. design of AC and DC filters. SVC and STATCOM. 5. power flow with VSC based HVDC system. modern trends in DC transmission. K. 2007. LCC bridge characteristics. applications. current and extinction angle control. Multi Terminal DC Systems: Introduction. Vijay K Sood. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. Wiley Inter-Science. “HVDC and FACTs Controllers.II HVDC POWER TRANSMISSION Subject Code 14EPS24 IA Marks No. over voltages in converter station. sources of reactive power. analysis of voltage stability in asynchronous AC/DC system.TECH. surge arrestor. Power Flow Analysis in AC/DC Systems: Introduction. Frequency control. Converter Faults and Protection: Converter faults. case study. application of DC transmission. BSP Books Pvt Ltd. Power control. DC breaker Reactive Power Control: Reactive power control in steady state and transient state. of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 50 03 -100 DC Power Transmission Technology: Introduction. power modulation. analysis of 6 and 12 pulse Graetz bridge converter without overlap. on line power flow analysis for security control. Effects of corona loss. Smoothing Reactor and DC line: Smoothing reactors. New Age International. Tap changer control. Transient over voltages in DC line. Analysis of Capacitor Commutated and voltage source converters. practical considerations in the application of modulation controllers. Emergency control and Telecommunication requirements. detailed analysis of converters.

Wiley. of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 50 03 02 100 State Estimation in Energy Control Centers (ECC): Introduction.Ronald. device Net. control area network. alarm processing. profibus. Krutz.TECH. power quality. SCADA risk components. mitigating the risk. Power System Automation: Introduction. Substation Automation and Protocol Standards for Power Systems: Need for a automation. 1999 . automatic load restoration – intelligent bus fail over. “A Guide to Utility Automation: AMR. components of modern ECC. substation automation. “Securing SCADA Systems”. supply line sectionalizing. distribution management. of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours -Number of Practical Hours/week Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. overview of different state estimator techniques.states of power systems. Scada. UCA 2. FFB. SCADA intrusion detection systems.M. SCADA applications. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . observability analysis. EtherNet/IP. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. L. PennWell Books. control and information protocol.0 and IE61850 standards. definitions. SCADA Security Methods and Techniques: SCADA security mechanisms. risk management components. SCADA security standards and reference documents. power system metering. monitoring of equipment condition. SCADA system architecture. distribution automation – feeder automation. substation control panels – with electromechanical devices. SCADA Honeynet project. with Intelligent Electronic Devices (IED). the DNP3 protocols. overview of power system instrumentation. bad data handling. load management. switched feeder capacitor banks. the security implications of the SCADA protocols. SCADA systems in the critical infrastructure. assessing the risk. 2. SCADA threats and attack routes. demand side management. transmission management. control Net. Michael Wiebe. and It Systems for Electric Power”. 2ndEdition. SCADA distribution management. SCADA system desirable properties. Integrated protection functions – adaptive relaying. 2005.II POWER SYSTEM SCADA(ELECTIVE-II) Subject Code 14EPS251 IA Marks No. overview. SCADA Vulnerabilities and Attacks: The myth of SCADA invulnerability. SCADA protocols( the MODBUS model. equipment rating. SCADA system security issues. employment of SCADA systems. SCADA system evolution. Evolution of SCADA Protocols: Background technologies of the SCADA protocols. demilitarized zone. power system measurements. definition of integration and automation. power plant automation. SCADA System: History of Critical Infrastructure Directives.

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DC Capacitor Supported DVR. Solid State Breaker. Series Compensation of Power Distribution System: Rectifier Supported DVR. Voltage Sags and Interruptions”. Math H J Bollen. Generating Reference currents when the Source is Unbalanced. Custom Power Park. 2009. Load Compensation using DSTATCOM: Compensating Single-Phase Loads. Right-Shunt UPQC Characteristics. Analysis and Conventional Mitigation Methods: Analysis of Power Outages.al. Wiley India. . Elsevier. Issues in Limiting and Switching operations.M. DVR Structure. et. Second and higher order Systems. Series Active Filter. Closed-Loop Switching Control. Shankaran “Power Quality”.al. Unified Power Quality Conditioner: UPQC Configurations. 2012. “Understanding Power Quality Problems. Reduced Duration and Customer impact of Outages. 2. “Power Quality in Power System and Electrical Machines”. DSTATCOM Connected to weak Supply Point. Power Quality terms and Definitions. DSTATCOM Current Control through Phasors. TMH. Power Electronic applications in Power Transmission Systems. 3rd Edition. C. Structure and Control of Left-Shunt UPQC. of Lecture Hours/Week 04 Exam Hours 03 -Number of Practical Hours/week Number of Tutorial Hours/week 02 Total No. Analysis of Distortion. Arindam Ghosh et. Roger C Dugan. Structure and Control of Right-Shunt UPQC. Power Electronic applications in Power Distribution Systems. Status of Application of CP Devices.II POWER QUALITY ENHANCEMENT USING CUSTOM POWER DEVICES (ELECTIVE-II) Subject Code 14EPS253 IA Marks 50 No. Solid State Limiting. et.TECH.2002. Ideal Three-Phase Shunt Compensator Structure. REFERRENCE BOOKS 1. Sag/Swell Detection Algorithms. Classical Load Balancing Problem. General Algorithm for generating reference currents. 3. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . Analysis of Voltage Flicker. Analysis of Voltage Sag. Analysis of Unbalance . Voltage Sag or Dip Reduction. Custom Power Devices: Introduction. Harmonic Reduction. Realization and Control of DSTATCOM: DSTATCOM Structure. 2013. Custom Power Devices. “Electrical Power Systems Quality”. Power Quality Enhancement Using Custom Power Devices. Breaking and Transferring Devices: Solid State Current Limiter. 2011. Voltage Restoration. Generating reference currents using instantaneous Symmetrical Components. CRC Press. 4. Left-Shunt UPQC Characteristics. 5.Kluwer Academic Publishers. DSTATCOM in Voltage Control Mode. Academic Press. Utility-Customer Interface. Power Quality Problems. Generating Reference Currents Using Instantaneous PQ Theory.el. Solid State Transfer Switch. of Lecture Hours 52 Exam Marks 100 Introduction and Characterization of Electric Power Quality: Electric Power Quality. Control of DSTATCOM Connected to a Stiff Source. Ewald F Fuchs.

7. Vacuum circuit breaker current chopping phenomenon and suppression of over voltage using (i) Surge arrestor (ii) R-C network. CT and CVT transients modelling using electromagnetic transient analysis. 6. 9. Capacitor bank switching studies and control of over voltage and inrush current. Eigen value computation and small signal stability studies for a given power system with at least 3 machines and 10 buses using IEEE-Type 1 AVR and turbine-governor models. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . .TECH. Electromagnetic transient analysis during charging of a 400 kV.II POWER SYSTEM LABORATORY . Lightning impulse model and surge arrestor modeling studies using electromagnetic transient analysis for a given transmission line. 300 km long line (i) without pre-insertion resistance (ii) With pre-insertion resistance (iii) With shunt reactor at the receiving end of the line. Dynamic VAR compensation and voltage control using shunt SVC. The AVR and Governor modelling and their effect on system stability. of Lecture Hours/Week -Exam Hours Number of Practical Hours/week 03 Number of Tutorial Hours/week Total No. 8. 2. 5. Frequency and voltage dependency model of the load and under frequency load shedding. of Practical Hours -Exam Marks 1. 4. 25 03 -50 Transient stability studies for a given system having minimum 10 buses.M. 3.II Subject Code 14EPS26 IA Marks No. machines and an infinite grid to determine (i) Critical clearing time (ii) Natural frequency of oscillations of electro-mechanical system considering classical representation of the machine and detailed modelling (sub-transient model) of the machine. 10.

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2001. of Lecture Hours (ELECTIVE. operational planning activities of ISO. REFERENCE BOOKS 1. John Wiley and Sons. developments in international transmission pricing in Europe. performance indicators. formation of power pools. security management in deregulated environment. . transmission open access. cost components in transmission. 2. transmission open access and pricing mechanisms in various countries. reliability costs. Ltd. Transmission Open Access and Pricing Issues: Introduction. Loi Lei Lai. Kluwer Academic Publishers. after effects of deregulation. hierarchical levels. “Operation of Restructured Power Systems”. reliability and deregulation. optimal power flow as a basic tool. pricing of power transactions.TECH. 2002.III) 14EPS423 IA Marks 04 Exam Hours -- Number of Tutorial Hours/week 52 Exam Marks 50 03 -100 Deregulation of the Electricity Supply Industry: Introduction. Performance and Information Technology”. network model. of Lecture Hours/Week Number of Practical Hours/week Total No. role of independent system operator (ISO).IV PLANNING & MANAGEMENT OF DEREGULATED POWER SYSTEMS Subject Code No. benefits from a competitive electricity market. economical load dispatch. power wheeling. Trading. unit commitment. background to deregulation and the current situation around the world. Power System Operation in Competitive Environment: Introduction.Operational planning activities of a Genco. Power System Economic Operation Overview: Introduction. Ancillary Services Management: Ancillary services and management in various countries. Kankar Bhattacharya. Math H J Bollan. “Power System Restructuring and Deregulation. Jaap E Daalder. meaning of deregulation. Reliability and Deregulation: Terminology. reactive power as an ancillary service.M. POWER SYSTEMENGINEERING (EPS) SEMESTER . reliability analysis. congestion management in deregulation.