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6

7

(i) Form Branch -path Incidence. matrix gati" cut-set Incidence Vlatrix

iii)

..Loop Irnpedance Matrix' using singular transformation for the power (b) Form the above with following self impedance system having ,*o.n elements rnentioneJ 0'55' 0'12' 0'13 for the elemer$ no'l to 7 values in p.u. a.!1, A'22,0'33' 0'd'

resPectivelY.

the using singular.Transformation' First draw (c) Derive the relation Ygus = nt.[V].l stirt with the perforrnance equation in primitive ,.n*#il"ni*iitr",!J r"t* *a Admittance form' network Zsus using Algorithm for the sample Form the BUS Impedance Matrix' Q.2.(a) shown in fio O-2 Self imP. Element No. 3pq-pq Bus Code

i

2

3

0-l

0.12

0*2

1

0.i3

0.06 0.08 0.02

4

5

2-3

r*7

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(a) above if the self impedance of transmission (b) Modiff the z-ss5 obtained in part & Bus (3) is leduced to 50% of it's line element *o*"*luO between nitt fil original value'

Matrices,

is

sho.r.vn

incidence

ii) Basic Cutset Incidence Makix iii) Augmented Loop Incidence Matrix

Bus Code

Element No.

1

Self Imnedance

0.10 0.20 0.13

0.11

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2

J

4

5

3-2 3-4

t-2

t-4

t-3

0.30

0.r2

(b) Derive the equation for Bus Admittance Matrix using singular Transforrnation.

(c) Form the "Branch Admittance Matrix" using given value of self irnpedances in p.u. for each element, Q.4. (a) For a particulat power system, the element-node Incidence Matrix is given

n

e

below:

0

1

I

-1

1

)

-i

I

a J

d=

2

J

a

-i

-1

+

5

1

-1

6

7

I

1

-t

-l

(i) Draw the oriented graph (ii) Retrieve the single line Diagram frorn an oriented graph (iii) Form Basic loop incidence Matrix (iv) Form Branch path Incidence Matrix {v) Verify.the relation A5 . Kt = U

(b) consicier the self impedance of element No.1 to T as 0.10, 0.20, 0.30, 0.40, 0.50, 0.60, 0.70 p.u. respectively. Given that there is mutual impedance beiween' elernent 6 &,7 as 0.33 p.u. Form the "Loop hnpedance Matrix" using singuiar Transformation.

Q.5.(a) Form the 'oBus Impedance Matrix" (Zbus) using Algorithms. For the network shown in fig.3 self impedances of each element is shown in p.u.

(b) Modifr the.Bus Impedance Matrix obtained above when anew Bus No.4 is added at Bus 3 har,.ing self impedance of 0.32 p.u, of'the added elernents.

(c) Modi& the ZBUS obtained in part (a) above if the self impedance of Transmission line element connected between bus 1 & 2 is reduce d to 40ya of it's

original value. Q.6.(a) Derive the equations for formation of Bus Irnpedance Matrix ZBUS when a branch p-q is added to node 'p' of a partial network having no mufrial coupling. Start from performance equations and representation of partial network for addition af branch.

(b) Derive the equations for formation elimination of fictions node ol'.

:

(c) What is the proeedure to modify the Zsus for following changes in the netrvork 1. Any new element is added to network

2. 3.

To remove existing element from netu'ork. To change the impedance of any element of n/w.

Q.7.(a) Explain the following terms (i) Basic cut-sets & Tie cut sets (ii) Tree & Co-hee (iii) Frimitive impedance & admittance rnatrix (b) Form the Bus incidence matrix & Branch path incidence matrix for the network g shown in figure 7 and table below. Aiso verif'y the identity A6 .

K:

Element No.

I

2

3

Bus Code

Self Impedance

4.12 4.20 0.13

0.11

t-t

4

5

0*3

l-4

0.30 0.10

(c) Fonn the o'Branch Adniittanee matrix" for the network & table as shown above by considering the "mutual impedance of 0.25 between element no.3 & 4 connected between Bus 2-3 & 3-4 respectively.

e,!

t

I

cut_set Q.8.(a) Form the basic in the netu'ork shown Verify the relation e il- '= U

fAg/..

t

I

(b) ExPiain the terms Branch & Link Bzsic looP & oPen looP Incidence mafiix & network matrix'

1) ii) ii,'i)

network shown in figUre 7 & table by (c) Form the "Loop Imp_edance.matrix" for the ,'mutual impe<lance of 0,ll between the element 3 &' 4 connected considering the between bus 2'3 8. 4'3 respectively'

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