Power System Dynamics and Control
Power System Dynamics and Control. Instructor: Prof. A. M. Kulkarni, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay. This course introduces a student to power stability problems and the basic concepts of modeling and analysis of dynamical systems. Modeling of power system components  generators, transmission lines, excitation and prime mover controllers  is covered in detail. Stability of single machine and multimachine systems is analyzed using digital simulation and smallsignal analysis techniques. The impact of stability problems on power system planning, and operation is also brought out.
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Lecture 01  Introduction 
Lecture 02  Introduction: Voltage and Frequency Stability, Control Hierarchy 
Lecture 03  Analysis of Dynamical Systems 
Lecture 04  Analysis of Dynamical Systems (cont.) 
Lecture 05  Analysis of Linear Time Invariant Dynamical Systems 
Lecture 06  Analysis of Linear Time Invariant Dynamical Systems (cont.) 
Lecture 07  Stiff Systems, Multi Time Scaling Modeling 
Lecture 08  Numerical Integration 
Lecture 09  Numerical Integration (cont.) 
Lecture 10  Numerical Integration (cont.) 
Lecture 11  Modeling of Synchronous Machines 
Lecture 12  Modeling of Synchronous Machines (cont.) 
Lecture 13  Modeling of Synchronous Machines (cont.) 
Lecture 14  Modeling of Synchronous Machines: dq0 Transformation 
Lecture 15  Modeling of Synchronous Machines: Standard Parameters 
Lecture 16  Modeling of Synchronous Machines: Standard Parameters (cont.) 
Lecture 17  Synchronous Generator Models using Standard Parameters 
Lecture 18  Synchronous Generator Models using Standard Parameters: Per Unit Representation 
Lecture 19  Open Circuit Response of a Synchronous Generator 
Lecture 20  Synchronous Machine Modelling: Short Circuit Analysis 
Lecture 21  Synchronous Machine Modelling: Short Circuit Analysis; Synchronization of a Synchronous Machine 
Lecture 22  Synchronization of a Synchronous Machine (cont.) 
Lecture 23  Simplified Synchronous Machine Models 
Lecture 24  Excitation Systems 
Lecture 25  Excitation System Modeling 
Lecture 26  Excitation System Modeling: Automatic Voltage Regulator 
Lecture 27  Excitation System Modeling: Automatic Voltage Regulator (cont.) 
Lecture 28  Excitation System Modeling: Automatic Voltage Regulator: Simulation 
Lecture 29  Excitation System Modeling: Automatic Voltage Regulator: Simulation (cont.) 
Lecture 30  Excitation System Modeling: Automatic Voltage Regulator: Linearized Analysis 
Lecture 31  Load Modeling 
Lecture 32  Induction Machines, Transmission Lines 
Lecture 33  Transmission Lines, Prime Mover System 
Lecture 34  Transmission Lines (cont.), Prime Mover Systems 
Lecture 35  Prime Mover Systems, Stability in Integrated Power System 
Lecture 36  Stability in Integrated Power System: Two Machine Example 
Lecture 37  Stability in Integrated Power System: Two Machine System (cont.) 
Lecture 38  Stability in Integrated Power System: Large Systems 
Lecture 39  Frequency/Angular Stability Programs, Stability Phenomena: Voltage Stability Example 
Lecture 40  Voltage Stability Example (cont.), Fast Transients: Tools and Phenomena 
Lecture 41  Torsional Transients: Phenomena of SubSynchronous Resonance 
Lecture 42  SubSynchronous Resonance, Stability Improvement 
Lecture 43  Stability Improvement 
Lecture 44  Stability Improvement, Power System Stabilizers 
Lecture 45  Stability Improvement (Large Disturbance Stability) 
References 
Power System Dynamics and Control
Instructor: Prof. A M Kulkarni, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay. This course introduces a student to power stability problems and the basic concepts of modeling and analysis of dynamical systems.
