Lecture 1: Introduction
Lecture Details :
Power System Dynamics and Control by Dr. A.M. Kulkarni,Department of Electrical Engineering,IIT Bombay.For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.ac.in
Course Description :
Introduction to Power System Stability : Power System Operation and Control - Stability Problems faced by Power Systems - Impact on Power System Operation and Control - Analysis of Dynamical Systems : Concept of Equilibria, Small and Large Disturbance Stability - Example: Single Machine Infinite Bus System - Modal Analysis of Linear Systems - Analysis using Numerical Integration Techniques - Issues in Modeling: Slow and Fast Transients, Stiff Systems - Modeling of a Synchronous Machine : Physical Characteristics - Rotor Position Dependent model - D-Q Transformation - Model with Standard Parameters - Steady State Analysis of Synchronous Machine - Short Circuit Transient Analysis of a Synchronous Machine - Synchronous Machine Connected to Infinite Bus - Modeling of Excitation and Prime Mover Systems : Physical Characteristics and Models - Control system components - Excitation System Controllers - Prime Mover Control Systems.
Modeling of Transmission Lines and Loads : Transmission Line Physical Characteristics - Transmission Line Modeling - Load Models - induction machine model - Other Subsystems - HVDC, protection systems - Stability Issues in Interconnected Power Systems : Single Machine Infinite Bus System - Multi-machine Systems - Stability of Relative Motion - Frequency Stability: Centre of Inertia Motion - Concept of Load Sharing: Governors - Single Machine Load Bus System: Voltage Stability - Torsional Oscillations - Power System Stability Analysis Tools : Transient Stability Program - Small Signal Analysis Program - EMTP Programs - Real-Time Simulators - Enhancing System Stability : Planning Measures - Stabilizing Controllers (Power System Stabilizers) - Operational Measures- Preventive Control. - Emergency Control.