# InfoCoBuild

## Power System Dynamics

Power System Dynamics. Instructor: Prof. M. L. Kothari, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi. The modern power systems are very widely interconnected. This large scale interconnections cause stability problems in power systems. This course covers lessons in power system stability, modelling of synchronous machine, excitation systems, load modelling for stability, voltage stability and methods of improving stability. (from nptel.ac.in)

 Introduction to Power System Stability Problem

 Lecture 01 - Introduction to Power System Stability Problem Lecture 02 - Inertia Constant H, Assumptions made in Stability Studies, Small Signal Stability Lecture 03 - Transient Stability, Voltage Stability, Long-term and Mid-term Stability Lecture 04 - Solution of Swing Equation Lecture 05 - The Equal Area Criterion for Stability Lecture 06 - The Equal Area Criterion for Stability (cont.) Lecture 07 - Transient Stability Analysis of a Multi Machine System Lecture 08 - Modelling of Synchronous Machine 1 Lecture 09 - Modelling of Synchronous Machine 2 Lecture 10 - Modelling of Synchronous Machine 3 Lecture 11 - Modelling of Synchronous Machine 4 Lecture 12 - Synchronous Machine Representation for Stability Studies Lecture 13 - Synchronous Machine Representation for Stability Studies (cont.) Lecture 14 - Excitation Systems Lecture 15 - Excitation Systems (cont.) Lecture 16 - Modelling of Excitation Systems Lecture 17 - Modelling of Excitation Systems (cont.) Lecture 18 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System 1 Lecture 19 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System 2 Lecture 20 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System 3 Lecture 21 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System: Power System Stabilizers Lecture 22 - Small Signal Stability of a Single Machine Infinite Bus System: Power System Stabilizers (cont.) Lecture 23 - Dynamic Modelling of Steam Turbines and Governors Lecture 24 - Dynamic Modeling of Hydro Turbines and Governors Lecture 25 - Load Modelling for Stability Studies Lecture 26 - Numerical Integration Methods for Solving a Set of Ordinary Nonlinear Differential Equations Lecture 27 - Simulation of Power System Dynamic Response Lecture 28 - Dynamic Equivalents for Large Scale Systems 1 Lecture 29 - Dynamic Equivalents for Large Scale Systems 2 Lecture 30 - Dynamic Equivalents for Large Scale Systems 3 Lecture 31 - Direct Method of Transient Stability Analysis Lecture 32 - Direct Method of Transient Stability Analysis (cont.) Lecture 33 - Subsynchronous Oscillations Lecture 34 - Subsynchronous Oscillations (cont.) Lecture 35 - Voltage Stability 1 Lecture 36 - Voltage Stability 2 Lecture 37 - Voltage Stability 3 Lecture 38 - Voltage Stability 4 Lecture 39 - Methods of Improving Stability Lecture 40 - Methods of Improving Stability (cont.)

 References Power System Dynamics Instructor: Prof. M. L. Kothari, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Delhi. This course covers lessons in power system stability, modelling of synchronous machine, excitation systems, ...