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BETI 3393

Advanced Power System


Course Outline Semester 5, 2016/2017
Course Staf
Course convener: Halyani binti Mohd Yassim, Room BP 46, 7 th Floor FKM,
halyani@utem.edu.my
Consultations: You are encouraged to ask questions on the course material,
after the lecture class times. You are strongly encouraged to use the course
discussion forums in ULearn. Lecturer consultation time is on Friday (8 am - 10
am).
Keeping Informed: Announcements may be made during classes and via
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announcements.

Course Summary
Contact Hours
The course consists of 2 hours of lectures each week, a 2-hour tutorial and a 3hour laboratory session every alternate week.

Context: Power system are complex networks of generators and loads


interconnected via transmission lines and various types of equipment and
apparatus (transformers, switchgear, etc.).
An overview of modern power
systems meeting present and future challenges involves understanding the fast
changing structure of this system, the behavior of its components under steady
state, and dynamic and transient conditions. The course helps with an
understanding to evaluate the response of this complex system to variation of
loads, and determine how this system can be controlled to supply the loads
reliably, while it is safe to the environment.

Aims: The course will provide students with essential knowledge in the
mathematical techniques to analyze power systems, both under steady state and
dynamic conditions.

Topics covered comprise: review of the basic concepts used in advanced power
system: power system diagram, per unit system; application of network matrices
techniques and power flow analysis to study the steady-state and dynamic
behavior of power systems; power fault calculations including: symmetrical
components, symmetrical faults, and unsymmetrical faults; power system
stability by introduction of swing equation, and a single-machine-infinite-bus
analysis.
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the subject, students should be able to:
1.
illustrate bus admittance and impedance matrices to be applied in power
system analysis
2.
explain and analyze load flow, power control, fault studies and transient
stability
3.
analyze load flow, power control, fault studies and transient stability using
simulation software.
Practical application
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Lab
Lab
Lab
Lab
Lab

1
2
3
4
5

- Introduction to Power World Simulation Software


Load Flow Analysis
Power Control Analysis
Fault Analysis
Transient Stability Analysis

References
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6.

Glover, J.D., Sarma, M.S. & Overbye, T.J. (2011). Power System Analysis and
Design, 5th Edition, Cengage Learning.
Subramanyam, B. (2012). Power System Analysis, I K International
Publishing House.
Kothari, D.P. (2011). Modern Power System Analysis, 4th Edition, McGraw Hill
Education.
Pai, M.A. (2014). Computer Techniques in Power System Analysis, 3rd
Edition, McGraw Hill Education.
Ramar, S. (2013). Power System Analysis, Phi Learning Private Limited.
Saadat, H. (2011). Power System Analysis, 3rd Edition, PSA Publishing LLC.

Indicative Lecture / Tutorial / Laboratory Schedule

WEEK

SESSIO
N
Lecture 1

CONTENTS
Introduction to power system diagram and
implementation
-

One line diagram


Impedance diagram
Reactance diagram

Power system calculation for load flow study


-

Matrix development:
* Bus admittance and bus impedance

REMARK
9/9/16

Lecture 2

Power system calculation for load flow study


-

Matrix solution method for load flow study:


* Gauss-Seidel method

16/9/16
(Public
Holiday)
Replacemen
t on 23/9/16

(8 10 am)

Lecture 3

Power system calculation for load flow study


-

23/9/16

Matrix solution method for load flow study:


* Newton Raphson method

Lecture 4

Tutorial 1

19, 20 &
22/9/16

Power system calculation for load flow study

30/9/16

Load flow control:


* Input power regulation
* Bus voltage specification
26, 27 &
29/9/16

Lab 1
Lecture 5

Power system calculation for load flow study


-

Load flow control:


* Shunt capacitor bank
* Regulation with transformer

Tutorial 2

Lecture 6

Symmetrical faults
-

7/10/16

Three-Phase Short Circuit: Unloaded


Synchronous Machine

3 (Public
Holiday), 4
& 6/10/16
Replaceme
nt on
4/10/16
(2 5 pm)
14/10/16
(Public
Holiday)
Replacemen
t on
21/10/16 (8 10 am)

6
Lab 2

10, 11 &
13/10/16
Lecture 7

Symmetrical faults
-

Power System Three-Phase Short Circuits

21/10/16

Subject Evaluation
CRITERIA

PERCENTAGE (%)

Course Works

60
Test

10

Lab Test

15

Lab Quiz x 2

Tutorial (Presentation)

Group Assessment

5 Laboratories

25

Assignment assessment

PBL / Mini Project / Assignment

Individual Assessments

Final Examination

40

Total

100