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FMTH0301/Rev.5.2
Course Plan

Semester: 7 - Semester Year: 2019


Course Title: Computer Methods in Power Course Code: EE120
Systems
Total Contact Hours: 60 Duration of Theory: 0 Hours
Theory Marks: 70 Term Work Marks: 10
Lesson Plan Author: Mr. Durgam Rajababu Last Modified Date: 11-04-2018
Checked By: Mr. HOD Electrical Last Reviewed Date: 31-05-2018

Course Outcomes (COs):


At the end of the course the student should be able to:
1. Construct zbus and ybus matrices
2. Estimate the power flow through the various elements of power system network.
3. Compute the fault current at various faults.
4. Calculate the per unit quantities.
5. Analyze the steady state and transient stabilities.
6. Compute the fault current at various faults
7. Sketch the power system network in unit quantity

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Course Articulation Matrix: Mapping of Course Outcomes (COs) with Program


Outcomes (POs)
Course Title: Computer Methods in Power Systems Semester: 7 - Semester
Course Code: EE120 Year: 2019

Course 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 PSO1 PSO2 PSO3


Outcomes
(COs) /
Program
Outcomes (POs)
1. Construct zbus 3 2 2
and ybus
matrices
2. Estimate the 3 2 3
power flow
through the
various elements
of power system
network.
3. Compute the 3 2
fault current at
various faults.
4. Calculate the 3 2 3 3
per unit
quantities.
5. Analyze the 3 2
steady state and
transient
stabilities.
6. Compute the 1
fault current at
various faults
7. Sketch the 1
power system
network in unit
quantity

Course Content

Course Code: EE120 Course Title: Computer Methods in Power

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Systems
L-T-P: 3-0-0 Credits: 3 Contact Hrs: 60
Term Work Marks: 10 Theory Marks: 70 Total Marks: 100
Teaching Hrs: 60 Exam Duration: 0 hrs

Content Hrs
Unit - 1
Chapter No. 1 - Power System network matrices 15.00 hrs
Objective of Power System Analysis Graph theory Types of incidence matrices
Formation of [Ã] and [A] Formation of [B] ,[C] and [K] Formation of [Ybus] by
direct Inspection method Derivation of [Y Bus}] by singular transformation
method Formation of [Y bus] by singular transformation method Algorithm for
addition of link and its modification Problem on addition of branch Problem on
addition of link Problem on addition of branch with mutual coupling Problem on
addition of link with mutual coupling Problem on addition of branch with double
mutual coupling Problem on addition of link with double mutual coupling
Unit - 2
Chapter No. 2 - Power Flow studies 18.00 hrs
Necessity of Power & Low studies Basic Power of Low equation Actual Power
flow equation Classification of Buses Load flow solution with Gauss seidel
method with PV bus Load flow solution with Gauses -seidel method without PV
bus Flow chart of G.S. method Problem on load flow studies with G.S. Method
Problem on load and low studies with G.S. Method Problem on load and low
studies with G.S. Method Power flow studies with Newton Raphson method in
Rectangular Co-ordinates Power flow with Newton Raphson method in Polar-Co-
Ordinates Derivation for Jacobean elements Algorithm and flow chart Load flow
study with N-R method for a given problem Decoupled and fast decoupled
method for load flow studies Solution with Fast decoupled method Comparison of
Different load flow methods D.C - Load flow
Unit - 3
Chapter No. 3 - Short Circuit Analysis 15.00 hrs
Per Unit system representations 3-phase network per-unit representations Cal. of
P.U. Quantities of a 3-phase network Derivation and calculations of Short Circuit
current and MVA Applications of series reactors Cal. Of series reactance in short
circuit studies Necessity of symmetrical component theory Symmetrical
component transformation (Voltage and current) Symmetrical component
transformation (Impedance) Representations of +ve, -ve and Zero sequence
networks Cal. of +ve, -ve and Zero Sequence quantities and corresponding

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networks L-G fault analysis without impedance and with impedance L-L fault
analysis without impedance and with impedance L-L-G fault analysis without
impedance and with impedance Problem on L-L, L-G fault, L-L-G faults
Unit - 4
Chapter No. 4 - Power system steady state stability analysis 7.00 hrs
Elementary concept of stability Derivation of steady state stability limit, Transfer
reactance Synchronizing Power Co-efficient Power angle curve and determination
of steady state stability Methods to improve the steady state stability Problems on
steady state stability Power Co-efficient and Stability
Unit - 5
Chapter No. 5 - Power System Transient Stability analysis 8.00 hrs
Derivation of Swing equation Derivation of transient stability by equal area
criterion Problem on swing equation Solution of Swing equation with point by
point method Application of auto reclosing and fast operating circuit breakers

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Text Books (List of books as mentioned in the approved syllabus)


1. G.W.Stagg and Ahmed H .El-Abiad, Computer Methods in Power System Analysis, 1,
McGraw Hill Book Company, 2008
2. John j Grainger and William d Stevenson, Power System Analysis, 4, TMC Companies,
2008
References
1. J.Duncan Glover, M.S.Sarma and T.J. Overbye, Power system analysis and design
2. M. A. Pai and D. P. Kothari , Electric Machines
3. Hadi Saadat, Power system analysis
Chapterwise Plan

Course Code and Title: EE120 / Computer Methods in Power Systems


Chapter Number and Title: 1 - Power System network matrices Planned Hours: 15.00
hrs

Learning Outcomes:-
At the end of the topic the student should be able to:

Topic Learning Outcomes COs BL

1 Recall the basics of graph theory CO1 L1


2 Construct Incidence matrices CO1 L6
3 Prove Y CO1 L5
BUS= At y A

4 Construct the Z CO1 L6


BUS matrix using step by step procedure

Lesson Schedule
Lecture No. - Portion covered per hour Planned Actual
Delivery Date Delivery Date
1. Objective of Power System Analysis 11-06-2018 11-06-2018
2. Graph theory 12-06-2018 12-06-2018
3. Types of incidence matrices 13-06-2018 13-06-2018
4. Formation of [Ã] and [A] 14-06-2018 14-06-2018

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5. Formation of [B] ,[C] and [K] and applications(Think pair 18-06-2018 18-06-2018
share activity)
6. Formation of [Ybus] by direct Inspection method 19-06-2018 19-06-2018
7. Derivation of [Y Bus}] by singular transformation method 21-06-2018 21-06-2018
8. Formation of [Y bus] by singular transformation method 22-06-2018 22-06-2018
9. Algorithm for addition of link and its modification 25-06-2018 25-06-2018
10. Problem on addition of branch 26-06-2018 26-06-2018
11. Problem on addition of link 27-06-2018 27-06-2018
12. Problem on addition of branch with mutual coupling 28-06-2018 28-06-2018
13. Problem on addition of link with mutual coupling 29-06-2018 29-06-2018
14. Problem on addition of branch with double mutual 02-07-2018 02-07-2018
coupling
15. Problem on addition of link with double mutual coupling 03-07-2018 03-07-2018

Review Questions
Sl.No. - Questions TLOs BL
1. 1. Form bus admittance matrix using singulor transformation method.

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Course Code and Title: EE120 / Computer Methods in Power Systems


Chapter Number and Title: 2 - Power Flow studies Planned Hours: 18.00
hrs

Learning Outcomes:-
At the end of the topic the student should be able to:

Topic Learning Outcomes COs BL

1 Explain the Necessity of load flow studies CO4 L2


2 Solve the given problems using load flow method CO4 L6
3 Comparison of load flow methods CO4 L5
4 Develop flow charts and algorithms for various CO4 L6

Lesson Schedule
Lecture No. - Portion covered per hour Planned Actual
Delivery Date Delivery Date
16. Necessity of Power & Low studies 04-07-2018 04-07-2018
17. Basic Power of Low equation 05-07-2018 05-07-2018
18. Actual Power flow equation 06-07-2018 06-07-2018
19. Classification of Buses 09-07-2018 09-07-2018
20. Load flow solution with Gauss seidel method with PV 10-07-2018 10-07-2018
bus
21. Load flow solution with Gauses -seidel method without 11-07-2018 11-07-2018
PV bus
22. Flow chart of G.S. method 12-07-2018 12-07-2018
23. Problem on load flow studies with G.S. Method 13-07-2018 13-07-2018
24. Problem on load and low studies with G.S. Method 16-07-2018 16-07-2018
25. Power flow studies with Newton Raphson method in 17-07-2018 17-07-2018
Rectangular Co-ordinates
26. Power flow with Newton Raphson method in Polar-Co- 18-07-2018 18-07-2018
Ordinates
27. Derivation for Jacobean elements 19-07-2018 19-07-2018
28. Algorithm and flow chart 20-07-2018 20-07-2018

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29. Load flow study with N-R method for a given problem 23-07-2018 23-07-2018
30. Decoupled and fast decoupled method for load flow 24-07-2018 24-07-2018
studies
31. Solution with Fast decoupled method 25-07-2018 25-07-2018
32. Comparison of Different load flow methods 26-07-2018 26-07-2018
33. D.C - Load flow 27-07-2018 03-08-2018

Review Questions
Sl.No. - Questions TLOs BL
1. Form Z bus by step-by-step method. TLO3 L5

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Course Code and Title: EE120 / Computer Methods in Power Systems


Chapter Number and Title: 3 - Short Circuit Analysis Planned Hours: 15.00
hrs

Learning Outcomes:-
At the end of the topic the student should be able to:

Topic Learning Outcomes COs BL

1 List the various per unit quantities in power system analysis CO6 L1
2 Determine the short circuit MVA and current CO6 L5
3 Formulate the fault current equations under symmetrical and CO6 L6
unsymmetrical faults
4 Estimate the fault current under symmetrical and unsymmetrical CO6 L6
faults

Lesson Schedule
Lecture No. - Portion covered per hour Planned Actual
Delivery Date Delivery Date
34. Per Unit system representations 02-08-2018 02-08-2018
35. 3-phase network per-unit representations 08-08-2018 08-08-2018
36. Cal. of P.U. Quantities of a 3-phase network 10-08-2018 10-08-2018
37. Derivation and calculations of Short Circuit current and 13-08-2018 13-08-2018
MVA
38. Applications of series reactors 14-08-2018 14-08-2018
39. Cal. Of series reactance in short circuit studies 16-08-2018 16-08-2018
40. Necessity of symmetrical component theory 17-08-2018 17-08-2018
41. Symmetrical component transformation (Voltage and 20-08-2018 20-08-2018
current)
42. Symmetrical component transformation (Impedance) 21-08-2018 21-08-2018
43. Representations of +ve, -ve and Zero sequence networks 23-08-2018 23-08-2018
44. Cal. of +ve, -ve and Zero Sequence quantities and 24-08-2018 24-08-2018
corresponding networks
45. L-G fault analysis without impedance and with 27-08-2018 27-08-2018
impedance

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46. L-L fault analysis without impedance and with 28-08-2018 28-08-2018
impedance
47. L-L-G fault analysis without impedance and with 29-08-2018 29-08-2018
impedance
48. Problem on L-L, L-G fault, L-L-G faults 31-08-2018 31-08-2018

Review Questions
Sl.No. - Questions TLOs BL
1. Estimate the power flow through the various elements of given TLO4 L6
power system network

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Course Code and Title: EE120 / Computer Methods in Power Systems


Chapter Number and Title: 4 - Power system steady state Planned Hours: 7.00 hrs
stability analysis

Learning Outcomes:-
At the end of the topic the student should be able to:

Topic Learning Outcomes COs BL

1 Explain the elementary concept of stability CO1 L2


2 Develop Power angle curve and determination of steady state CO2 L6
stability
3 Identify the methods to improve the steady state stability CO2 L3
4 Determine the steady state stability Power Co-efficient CO3 L5

Lesson Schedule
Lecture No. - Portion covered per hour Planned Actual
Delivery Date Delivery Date
49. Elementary concept of stability 04-09-2018 04-09-2018
50. Derivation of steady state stability limit, Transfer 05-09-2018 05-09-2018
reactance
51. Synchronizing Power Co-efficient 06-09-2018 06-09-2018
52. Power angle curve and determination of steady state 07-09-2018 07-09-2018
stability
53. Methods to improve the steady state stability 10-09-2018 10-09-2018
54. Problems on steady state stability Power Co-efficient 11-09-2018 11-09-2018
and Stability

Review Questions
Sl.No. - Questions TLOs BL
1. Analyse the staedy state stability TLO4 L5

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Course Code and Title: EE120 / Computer Methods in Power Systems


Chapter Number and Title: 5 - Power System Transient Planned Hours: 8.00 hrs
Stability analysis

Learning Outcomes:-
At the end of the topic the student should be able to:

Topic Learning Outcomes COs BL

1 Formulate the swing equation L6


2 Explain the equal area criterion for stability analysis L2
3 Apply the swing equation for stability analysis L3
4 Explain the applications of auto reclosing and fast operating circuit CO6 L5
breakers

Lesson Schedule
Lecture No. - Portion covered per hour Planned Actual
Delivery Date Delivery Date
55. Derivation of Swing equation 14-09-2018 14-09-2018
56. Derivation of transient stability by equal area criterion 18-09-2018 18-09-2018
57. Problem on swing equation 19-09-2018 19-09-2018
58. Solution of Swing equation with point by point method 22-09-2018 22-09-2018
59. Application of auto reclosing and fast operating circuit 26-09-2018 26-09-2018
breakers
60. Revision 29-09-2018 29-09-2018

Review Questions
Sl.No. - Questions TLOs BL
1. Analyse transient stabilities TLO4 L5

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Question Paper Title: External


Total Duration Course: Computer Methods Maximum Marks: 70
(H:M): 3 in Power Systems (EE120)
Note: Answer all questions in Part-A and any 5 questions in Part-B

PART A
Q.No. Questions Marks CO BL

1 2.00 CO1,
What is the need of Base Values?

2 A Generator rated at 30 MVA, 11kV has a 2.00 CO3,


reactance of 20%. Calculate its Per Unit
Reactance’s for a base of 50MVA and 10 kV.
3 What is the different type of buses in power 2.00 CO2,
system?
4 What is Swing bus? 2.00 CO2,
5 What is the sub transient reactance? 2.00 CO3,
6 How approximation is performed in Newton- 2.00 CO2,
Raphson method.
7 Define per unit Quantity. 2.00 CO3,
8 Define steady state stability limit. 2.00 CO5,
9 Define critical clearing angle. 2.00 CO5,
10 Define short circuit current? 2.00 CO4,

PART B
Q.No. Questions Marks CO BL

11 Compare Gauss-Seidel method and Newton- 10.00 CO2,


Raphson method of load flow studies
12 . For the network shown below, draw its graph 10.00 CO1,
and mark also a tree. Give the total number of
edges (i.e. elements), nodes, buses and
branches for this graph. Determine the
elements of Y
Bus matrix directly by inspection. \n

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13 Discuss the methods to improve steady state 10.00 CO5,


and transient state stability limits.
14 Derive fault current in case of L - L fault. 10.00 CO4,
15 Derive complete swing equation. 10.00 CO5,
16 Explain the Decoupled load flow algorithm. 10.00 CO2,
17 A 3-phase unbalanced system currents are read 10.00 CO4,
as IR=150A, IY =130A and IB=10A. the phase
sequence is RYB. Find all the three
symmetrical components for the case.
18 Explain the algorithm to construct bus 10.00 CO1,
impedance matrix for the addition of a link.

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