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K. RAMAKRISHNAN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, SAMAYAPURAM TRICHY.

THIRD YEAR EEE B SECTION 2014 2018 BATCH


Batch : 2014-2018
Faculty Name :

Branch :ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS


ENGINEERING
M.D.UDAYAKUMAR

LP : EE6603

Subject code / Name

EE6603/ POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND CONTROL

Date : 29-Dec-16

LP Sub. No : 04

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Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Hour
5
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Regulation : 2013
Year : III
Semester : VI
Degree : B.E
Section : B
Duration Plan : 09/01/17 to 25/01/17
UNIT OBJECTIVES
To have an overview of power system operation and control.
Unit
Periods as per
TITLE
9
INTRODUCTION
syllabus
I
Syllabus : An overview of power system operation and control - system load variation - load characteristics -load curves and
load-duration curve - load factor - diversity factor - Importance of load forecasting and quadratic and exponential curve fitting
techniques of forecasting plant level and system level controls
Session
Book
Proposed
Actual
Boosters Teaching
Hours
Topics to be covered
No.
Ref.
Date
Date
Planned
Aid
An overview of power system operation and
1
5
TB
09/01/17
C
PPT
control
2
8
System load variation
TB
11/01/17
C
PPT
Hours as per Time Table

4
5
6

6
3
8

Load characteristics

TB

12/01/17

C+D

PPT

Load curves and load duration curve


TB
12/01/17
C+D
PPT
Load factor & diversity factor
TB
13/01/17
C+D
PPT
Importance of load forecasting
TB
18/01/17
E
PPT
Exponential curve fitting techniques of
7
5
TB
23/01/17
E+F
BB
forecasting
8
1
Plant level and system level controls
TB
25/01/17
A+C
BB
9
6
Problems on load factor & diversity factor
TB
25/01/17
D
BB
Content Beyond Syllabus If Any: Overview of operation and control of modern power systems.
Expected Out Comes: Students will come to know about the operational structure & various control schemes of power systems
Applications: Power Grid & Smart Grid
TB TEXT BOOK , RB REFERENCE BOOK ,BB BLACK BOARD
BOOSTERS PLANNED
A Test
G Industrial Visit If Required
B Assignment
H Online Journals to refer
C Important Exam Questions/ University questions
I
Topic Related Webinars
D Problem Solving Exercise
J
Guest Lectures
E Demonstration if Required
K Case studies
F Industry applicability examples
L Scope for Small Projects Activities

Signature
Prepared By

Batch : 2014-2018

Branch :ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS


ENGINEERING

HOD/EEE

LP : EE6603

Date : 29-Dec-16

K. RAMAKRISHNAN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, SAMAYAPURAM TRICHY.


THIRD YEAR EEE B SECTION 2014 2018 BATCH
Faculty Name :

M.D.UDAYAKUMAR

LP Sub. No : 04

Subject code / Name

EE6603/ POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND CONTROL

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Day
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Hour
5
8
Regulation : 2013
Year : III
Semester : VI
Degree : B.E
Section : B
Duration Plan : 28/01/17 to 06/02/17
UNIT OBJECTIVES
To model power-frequency dynamics and to design power-frequency
controller.
Periods as per
Unit
TITLE
9
REAL POWER - FREQUENCY CONTROL
syllabus
II
Syllabus : Basics of speed governing mechanism and modeling - speed-load characteristics load sharing between two
synchronous machines in parallel - control area concept - LFC control of a single-area system - static and dynamic analysis of
uncontrolled and controlled cases - two-area system modeling - static analysis of uncontrolled case - tie line with frequency
bias control - state variable model - integration of economic dispatch control with LFC
Session
Book
Proposed
Actual
Boosters Teaching
Hours
Topics to be covered
No.
Ref.
Date
Date
Planned
Aid
Basics of speed governing mechanism and
PPT &
1
5
TB
28/01/17
C
modeling
BB
2
5
Speed-load characteristics
TB
30/01/17
C
PPT
Load sharing between two synchronous
3
8
TB
01/02/17
C+D
PPT
machines in parallel
4
8
LFC control of a single-area system
TB
01/02/17
C+D
BB
Static and dynamic analysis of uncontrolled
5
1
TB
02/02/17
C+D
BB
and controlled cases
Modeling & static analysis of uncontrolled
6
6
TB
02/02/17
A+C
BB
case of two area system
7
3
Tie line with frequency bias control
TB
03/02/17
C
BB
State variable model & integration of
8
5
TB
06/02/17
B+C
PPT
economic dispatch control with LFC
9
5
Problems on single & two area systems
TB
06/02/17
D+J
BB
Content Beyond Syllabus If Any: Controlling mechanism followed in various power generating systems
Expected Out Comes: Students will know the actual relationship between real power & frequency in power system control.
Applications: Various Power generating plants
TB TEXT BOOK , RB REFERENCE BOOK ,BB BLACK BOARD
BOOSTERS PLANNED
A Test
G Industrial Visit If Required
B Assignment
H Online Journals to refer
C Important Exam Questions/ University questions
I
Topic Related Webinars
D Problem Solving Exercise
J
Guest Lectures
E Demonstration if Required
K Case studies
F Industry applicability examples
L Scope for Small Projects Activities
Hours as per Time Table

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LP : EE6603
Date : 29-Dec-16
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3
Day
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Hours as per Time Table
Hour
5
8
1&6
3
Regulation : 2013
Mts
per
Period
:
45
min
Year : III
Semester : VI
Degree : B.E
Section : B
Duration Plan : 15/02/17 to 27/02/17
UNIT OBJECTIVES
To model reactive power-voltage interaction and the control actions to be implemented for
maintaining the voltage profile against varying system load.
Periods as per
Unit
TITLE
9
REACTIVE POWER - VOLTAGE CONTROL
syllabus
III
Syllabus : Generation and absorption of reactive power - basics of reactive power control - excitation systems modeling static and dynamic analysis - stability compensation - methods of voltage control: tap- changing transformer, SVC (TCR
+ TSC) and STATCOM secondary voltage control.
Session
Book
Proposed
Actual
Boosters Teaching
Hours
Topics to be covered
No.
Ref.
Date
Date
Planned
Aid
Generation and absorption of reactive
PPT &
1
8
TB
15/02/17
C
power
BB
2
5
Basics of reactive power control
TB
20/02/17
C
PPT
3

Modeling of excitation system

TB

22/02/17

BB

Static and dynamic analysis of excitation


TB
23/02/17
B+C
BB
system
5
6
Stability compensation
TB
23/02/17
C
BB
6
3
Methods of voltage control
TB
24/02/17
C+F
PPT
7
1
Tap- changing transformer
TB
25/02/17
C+F
PPT
8
6
SVC and STATCOM
TB
25/02/17
C+F
PPT
9
5
Secondary voltage control
TB
27/02/17
C+K
BB
Content Beyond Syllabus If Any: Controlling mechanism followed in various power transmission & distribution systems
Expected Out Comes: Students will know the actual relationship between reactive power & voltage in power system control
Applications: Power transmission & distribution systems
TB TEXT BOOK , RB REFERENCE BOOK , BB BLACK BOARD
BOOSTERS PLANNED
A Test
G Industrial Visit If Required
B Assignment
H Online Journals to refer
C Important Exam Questions/ University questions
I
Topic Related Webinars
D Problem Solving Exercise
J
Guest Lectures
E Demonstration if Required
K Case studies
F Industry applicability examples
L Scope for Small Projects Activities
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Batch : 2014-2018

HOD/EEE

Faculty Name :

Branch :ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS


ENGINEERING
M.D.UDAYAKUMAR

LP : EE6603

Date : 29-Dec-16

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K. RAMAKRISHNAN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, SAMAYAPURAM TRICHY.


THIRD YEAR EEE B SECTION 2014 2018 BATCH
Day
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Hour
5
8
1&6
3
Regulation : 2013
Mts
per
Period
:
45
min
Year : III
Semester : VI
Degree : B.E
Section : B
Duration Plan : 01/03/17 to 11/03/17
UNIT OBJECTIVES
To study the economic operation of power system.
Periods as per
Unit
TITLE
UNIT COMMITMENT AND ECONOMIC DISPATCH
9
syllabus
IV
Syllabus: Formulation of economic dispatch problem I/O cost characterization incremental cost curve coordination
equations without and with loss (No derivation of loss coefficients) - solution by direct method and -iteration method - statement
of unit commitment problem priority-list method forward dynamic programming
Session
Book
Proposed
Actual
Boosters Teaching
Hours
Topics to be covered
No.
Ref.
Date
Date
Planned
Aid
PPT &
1
8
Formulation of economic dispatch problem
TB
01/03/17
C
BB
2
1
I/O cost characterization
TB
02/03/17
C
BB
Hours as per Time Table

Incremental cost curve

TB

02/03/17

C+D

BB

Coordination equations without and

TB
06/03/17
B+C
with loss
Economic dispatch Solution by direct
5
8
TB
08/03/17
C+D
method
Economic dispatch solution by -iteration
6
1
TB
09/03/17
D+J
method
7
6
Statement of unit commitment problem
TB
09/03/17
C
8
3
Unit commitment using Priority-list method
TB
10/03/17
D+J
Unit commitment using Forward dynamic
9
8
TB
11/03/17
D+J
programming
Content Beyond Syllabus If Any: Various constraints in Unit commitment problem
Expected Out Comes: Students will know how to allocate the number of units to be operated for economic operation
Applications: Various Power generating plants
TB TEXT BOOK , RB REFERENCE BOOK ,BB BLACK BOARD
BOOSTERS PLANNED
A Test
G Industrial Visit If Required
B Assignment
H Online Journals to refer
C Important Exam Questions/ University questions
I
Topic Related Webinars
D Problem Solving Exercise
J
Guest Lectures
E Demonstration if Required
K Case studies
F Industry applicability examples
L Scope for Small Projects Activities

BB
BB
BB
BB
BB
PPT

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Subject code / Name

EE6603/ POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND CONTROL

Batch : 2014-2018

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K. RAMAKRISHNAN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, SAMAYAPURAM TRICHY.


THIRD YEAR EEE B SECTION 2014 2018 BATCH
Regulation : 2013

Mts per Period : 45 min


Year : III
Semester : VI
Degree : B.E
Section : B
Duration Plan : 22/03/17 to 29/03/17
UNIT OBJECTIVES
To teach about SCADA and its application for real time operation and control of power
systems.
Periods as per
Unit
TITLE
COMPUTER CONTROL OF POWER SYSTEMS
9
syllabus
V
Syllabus : Need for computer control of power systems - concept of energy control centre - functions - system monitoring data acquisition and control - system hardware configuration SCADA and EMS functions - network topology - state
estimation WLSE - Contingency Analysis - state transition diagram showing various state transitions and control strategies
Session
Book
Proposed
Actual
Boosters Teaching
Hours
Topics to be covered
No.
Ref.
Date
Date
Planned
Aid
Need for computer control of power
PPT &
1
8
TB
22/03/17
C
systems
BB
Concept of energy control centre & its
2
1
TB
23/03/17
E
PPT
functions
System monitoring & Data acquisition
3
6
TB
23/03/17
C
BB
and control
System hardware configuration of
4
3
TB
24/03/17
C+J
PPT
SCADA
5
1
Functions of EMS & SCADA systems
TB
25/03/17
C+J
BB
6
6
Network topology
TB
25/03/17
C
PPT
7
5
State estimation
TB
27/03/17
C
PPT
8
8
WLSE & Contingency Analysis
TB
29/03/17
C
PPT
State transition diagram showing various
9
8
TB
29/03/17
C+J
BB
state transitions and control strategies
Content Beyond Syllabus If Any: Functions of SCADA in substations
Expected Out Comes: Students will know how to control the power system effectively with the help of digital computers
Applications: Substations & power grid
TB TEXT BOOK , RB REFERENCE BOOK , BB BLACK BOARD
BOOSTERS PLANNED
A Test
G Industrial Visit If Required
B Assignment
H Online Journals to refer
C Important Exam Questions/ University questions
I
Topic Related Webinars
D Problem Solving Exercise
J
Guest Lectures
E Demonstration if Required
K Case studies
F Industry applicability examples
L Scope for Small Projects Activities

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SUBJECT
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EE6603

SUBJECT NAME

POWER SYSTEM OPERATION & CONTROL

BE/EEE

FACULTY NAME

M.D.UDAYAKUMAR

III/VI/B

FACULTY CODE

8117070

K. RAMAKRISHNAN COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, SAMAYAPURAM TRICHY.


THIRD YEAR EEE B SECTION 2014 2018 BATCH

ECTION
STUDENT
STRENGTH
TOTAL
HOURS
GIVEN IN
SYLLABUS
Aim :

51

COURSE
STARTING DATE

45

DEPARTMENT

09/01/17
ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS
ENGINEERING

To make the students to understand and analyze power system operation, stability, control
and protection.
OBJETCTIVES:

To have an overview of power system operation and control.


To model power-frequency dynamics and to design power-frequency controller.
To model reactive power-voltage interaction and the control actions to be implemented
for maintaining the voltage profile against varying system load.
To study the economic operation of power system.
To teach about SCADA and its application for real time operation and control of power
systems.

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Olle.I.Elgerd, Electric Energy Systems theory - An introduction, Tata McGraw Hill Education
Pvt.Ltd., New Delhi, 34th reprint, 2010.
2. Allen. J. Wood and Bruce F. Wollenberg, Power Generation, Operation and Control, John Wiley
& Sons, Inc., 2003.
3. Abhijit Chakrabarti, Sunita Halder, Power System Analysis Operation and Control, PHI learning
Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, Third Edition, 2010.
REFERENCES:
1. Nagrath I.J. and Kothari D.P., Modern Power System Analysis, Tata McGraw-Hill, Fourth
Edition,2011.
2. Kundur P., Power System Stability and Control, Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd., New
Delhi,10th reprint, 2010.
3. Hadi Saadat, Power System Analysis, Tata McGraw Hill Education Pvt. Ltd., NeW Delhi,
21st reprint, 2010.
4. N.V.Ramana, Power System Operation and Control, Pearson, 2011.

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