Modules / Lectures

- General Introduction
- AC power flow analysis
- Introduction, modeling of power system components and formation of YBUS matrix
- Formation of YBUS matrix in the presence of mutually coupled elements
- Basic power flow equations and Gauss-Seidel load flow technique
- Example of Gauss-Seidel load flow technique
- Newton-Raphson (polar) load flow technique
- Example of Newton-Raphson (polar) load flow technique
- Newton-Raphson (rectangular) load flow technique
- Example of Newton-Raphson ( rectangular ) load flow technique
- Fast decoupled load flow technique
- Example of Fast decoupled load flow technique
- A.C.-D.C. load flow technique
- Example of A.C.-D.C. load flow technique

- Sparse Matrices
- Analysis of faulted power system
- ZBUS matrix formulation without mutual impedance
- ZBUS matrix formulation without mutual impedance (continued)
- Example of ZBUS matrix formulation
- ZBUS matrix formulation considering mutual coupling between elements
- Example of ZBUS matrix formulation in the presence of mutual coupling
- Symmetrical Fault analysis & introduction to symmetrical components
- Sequence networks of power system components
- LG, LL,LLG fault analysis using sequence networks
- Unbalance fault analysis using of ZBUS matrix
- Example of fault calculations for three-phase and LG faults
- Example of fault calculations for LL and LLG faults
- Open conductor fault analysis
- Example of Open conductor fault analysis

- Security Analysis
- Introduction, concept of GOSF, LOSF and D.C. load flow
- Calculation of GOSF and determination of Thevenin’s equivalent impedance
- Calculation of LOSF with an example
- Analysis of multiple contingencies
- Analysis of multiple contingencies (continued)
- Example of multiple contingency analysis and contingency ranking methods

- Stability Analysis
- Classification of power system stability, equation of motion of a synchronous generator
- Basics of transient stability analysis with Partitioned Explicit technique
- Techniques for numerical integration with modified Euler’s method and Runge-Kutta 4th order method
- Example of transient stability analysis using modified Euler’s method
- Example of transient stability analysis using Runge-Kutta 4th order method
- Basics of Small signal analysis and linearization of network equations at generator buses
- linearization of network equations at load buses
- Formation of system state matrix and example of small signal stability analysis
- Introduction to voltage stability
- Relation between PL, QL and V
- Criteria for assessing voltage stability
- Appendix-A System Data

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