Interconnected Power System - [2170901]


Teaching Scheme

Tutorial Practical Total
3 0 2 5

Examination Scheme

Theory Examination Practical Examination Total
ESE (E) PA (M) ESE Viva (V) PA (I)
70 30 30 20 150

    ESE = End Semester Examination, PA = Progressive Assessment

Course Type   

Syllabus Content

Concept of Interconnection, Hierarchical Grid arrangements, Cascade Tripping, Islanding, Load dispatch centre, Power Generation Scenario in Gujarat and India
Brief explanation of Graph theory, Primitive Network, Ybus formation methods, Singular transformation method, Direct method, Removal of elements, Algorithm for formation of Zbus matrix addition of branch and link, Numericals [4]
Introduction, Static Load Flow Equations, Bus Classifications, Approximate method, Gauss-Seidel Method, Newton Raphson Method, Fast Decoupled Load Flow Method, Comparison of different methods, Numericals[1]
Generator operating cost, Economic operation of generators within thermal plant, Optimal operation by co-ordination equation, Penalty factor, Derivation of transmission loss formula (Kron’s method), Unit commitment problem solution by dynamic programming, Numericals[5]
Speed governing mechanism, Mathematical modeling, Adjustment of Governor characteristics, Single area control, Flat frequency control, Selective frequency control, Tie line load bias control, Methods of voltage control, Numericals[3]
Introduction, Mechanics of angular motion, The swing Education,transfer reactance, power relations, Steady state stability, Synchronizing power coefficient, Analysis of steady state stability, steady state stability with automatic voltage regulators, concept of shunt fault, transfer reactance during fault, reduction of power system to one machine connected to infinite bus, Transient stability, simplified transient generator model, The equal area stability criterion, solution of swing equation, Numericals

Reference Books

SrTitleAuthorPublicationAmazon Link
1Modern Power System AnalysisD. P. Kothari, I. J. NagrathTata McGraw-Hill Education   
2Power System Analysis and StabilityS.S. VadheraKhanna Publication   
3Power System AnalysisHadi SaadatTata McGraw-Hill Education   
4Computer Aided Power System AnalysisGeorge KusicCRC Press   
5Elements of Power System AnalysisWilliam D. StevensonMcGraw-Hill   

Course Outcome

After learning the course the students should be able to:
  • Model modern power system network Solve the problem of power flow through any power system network
  • Find economical generation of power and rescheduling of power