Computer Aided Power System Analysis
This course introduces the computational aspects of the power system analysis. The thrust of this course is description of the computer algorithms for analysis of any general power transmission system. Starting with load flow analysis, which is essentially the backbone of any power system analysis tool, this course further deals with computer algorithms for contingence analysis, state estimation and phase domain fault analysis method of any general power transmission system.
INTENDED AUDIENCE: B.Tech fourth year/M.TechPREREQUISITES: Course on "Power System Engineering", which is generally offered in 2nd year/third year of B.Tech program
INDUSTRY SUPPORT: PGCIL, NHPC, all state power transmission companies
COURSE LAYOUT Week 1 : Review of modeling of power system components and formulation of YBUS matrixWeek 2 : Basic power flow equations and Gauss-Seidel load flow methodWeek 3 : Newton-Raphson load flow in polar co-ordinateWeek 4 : Newton-Raphson load flow in rectangular co-ordinate and introduction to Fast Decoupled load flow methodWeek 5 : Fast Decoupled load flow method and AC-DC load flow methodWeek 6 : Sparsity and optimal ordering methodsWeek 7 : LU decomposition and contingence analysisWeek 8 : Line outage sensitivity factor and method of least squareWeek 9 : Method of least square (contd..) and Introduction to AC state estimationWeek 10 : AC state estimation (contd..) and test for bad data detectionWeek 11 : Formulation of YBUS matrix of three phase unbalanced systemWeek 12 : Fault analysis in phase domain