# InfoCoBuild

## Power System Analysis

Power System Analysis. Instructor: Prof. A. K. Sinha, Department of Electronic and Electrical Communication Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. This course provides an overview of the interconnected power system operation and discusses some aspects of the modern methods of power system analysis and design. Topics covered in this course include Transmission line parameters and modeling, Modeling of transformers, Newton-Raphson method for power flow, Short circuit analysis, Sequence networks, Unbalanced fault analysis, and Power system stability. (from nptel.ac.in)

 Introduction

 Lecture 01 - Introduction Lecture 02 - Power System Representation Lecture 03 - Transmission Line Parameters Lecture 04 - Inductance Calculation (Three Phase) Lecture 05 - Transmission Line Capacitance Lecture 06 - Transmission Line Capacitance (cont.) Lecture 07 - Transmission Line Modeling Lecture 08 - Transmission Line Modeling: Long Line Lecture 09 - Transmission Line Steady State Operation Lecture 10 - Transmission Line Steady State Operation: Voltage Control Lecture 11 - Transmission System: A Review Lecture 12 - Transformer Model Lecture 13 - Synchronous Machine Model Lecture 14 - Synchronous Machine Model (cont.) Lecture 15 - Load Model Lecture 16 - Power Flow Lecture 17 - Power Flow (cont.) Lecture 18 - Power Flow Solution Methods Lecture 19 - Power Flow: Computation of Jacobian Matrix for Newton-Raphson Method Lecture 20 - Power Flow Analysis: Computational Aspects of Newton Raphson Method Lecture 21 - Power Flow for Large Power Systems, Sparse Matrix Methods Lecture 22 - Power Flow Solution for Large Power Systems Lecture 23 - Review of Power System Component Models Lecture 24 - Review of Power Flow Study Lecture 25 - Short Circuit Analysis Lecture 26 - Symmetrical Component Analysis Lecture 27 - Sequence Networks Lecture 28 - Unbalanced Fault Analysis Lecture 29 - Unbalanced Fault Analysis (cont.) Lecture 30 - Fault Analysis for Large Power Systems Lecture 31 - Bus Impedance Matrix Lecture 32 - Asymmetrical Fault Analysis Using Z Bus Lecture 33 - Power System Stability Lecture 34 - Power System Stability: Swing Equation, Single Machine connected to Infinite Bus System Lecture 35 - Power System Stability: Small Signal Stability Lecture 36 - Power System Stability: Large Signal Stability, Equal Area Criterion Lecture 37 - Power System Stability: Equal Area Criterion (cont.) Lecture 38 - Power System Stability: Equal Area Criterion (cont.) Lecture 39 - Power System Stability: Numerical Solution of the Swing Equation Lecture 40 - Power System Stability: Voltage Stability

 References Power System Analysis Instructor: Prof. A. K. Sinha, Department of Electronic and Electrical Communication Engineering, IIT Kharagpur. This course provides an overview of the interconnected power system operation.