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Specifications of Power System Engineering

Book Details

  • 978-93-82247-03-6
  • English
  • 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Paper Back
  • -

Contents

  • 1. Economic Operation of Power Systems
    Objectives, Introduction, System Constraints, Equality Constraints, Inequality Constraints, Optimal Operation of Power Systems, Input-Output Curves, Heat Rate and Incremental Rate Curves, Economic Distribution of Load between Generating Units within a Plant, Graphical Method, Analytical Method, Economic Distribution of Load between Power Stations, Transmission Loss Formula (B-coefficient Method), Introduction To Unit Commitment and Dynamic Programming, Unit Commitment, Dynamic Programming Method, Solved Examples, Review Questions.
     
    2. Power System Stability-I
    Objectives, Introduction, Power Angle Equations, Power Angle Curve, Power Angle Equations under Steady State and Transient State, Rotor Dynamics and Swing Equation, Synchronizing Power Coefficients, Steady State Stabilities, Dynamic Stability, Steady State Stability Limit, Solved Examples, Review Questions.
     
    3. Power System Stability-II
    Objectives, Introduction to Transient Stability, Equal Area Criterion and its Application to Transient Stability, Applications of Equal Area Criterion, Derivation of Critical Clearing Angle (?cr) and Critical Clearing Time (tcr), Application of Equal Area Criterion for Two Finite Machine Case, Factors Affecting Stability, Methods to Improve Steady State Stability, Methods to Improve Transient Stability, Solved Examples, Review Questions.
     
    4. Excitation Systems & Interconnected Power Systems
    Objectives, Introduction, Types of Excitation System, Elements of an Excitation System, DC Excitation System, AC Excitation System, Brushless Excitation System, Isolated Power System, Interconnected Power System, Reserve Capacity of Power System, Spinning Reserve, Advantages and Problems of Interconnected Power System, Power System Interconnection in India, Review Questions.
     
    5. Tap Changing Transformer & Voltage Stability
    Objectives, Introduction, Tap Changing Transformer, Phase Angle Control and Phase Shifting Transformer (PST), Series Compensation of Transmission Lines, Location of Series Capacitors, Protection of Series Capacitors, Advantages of Series Compensation, Disadvantages of Series Compensation, Power System Security, Introduction to Voltage Stability, Voltage Instability (or Voltage collapse) Time Frame, Voltage Stability Analysis, Methods to Improve Voltage Stability, Review Questions.
     
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