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Rajasthan Technical University, Kota COURSE – FILE POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
COURSE – FILE
POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING
Name
Branch
Session
Semester
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Dr. Dinesh Birla
Electrical Engineering
2014-15, Odd Semester
B. Tech VII Semester
Index: Course–File
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
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Students Detail
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Course Schedule
Course-File General Format
Time-Table
Syllabus
Course Plan
More on Course Schedule
Method of Evaluation
Guidelines to Study the Subject
Program Outcomes
Course Outcomes
Objectives – Outcome Relationship Matrix
Assignment-1
Assignment-2
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Assignment-3
Assignment-4
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Assignment-5
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Tutorial-1
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Tutorial-2
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Tutorial-3
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Tutorial-4
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Tutorial-5
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Lecture Plan
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Mid–Term Question Paper (I & II)
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Performance of Students in Mid Terms
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Sem : VII
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Student Details
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
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Course Schedule
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Course Details
Name of the Programme
: B. Tech.
Batch
: Electrical
Branch
: Electrical
Semester
: VII
Title of the Subject
: Power System Engineering
Subject Code : 7EE5
No. of Students: 72
General: About Course File Format
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Time Table and Syllabus.
Course Schedule including Course Plan.
Experiments List and Lab manual also, if required.
List of Assignments / Tutorials/ Seminar Topics given to students.
Tutorial Sheet (If required, as per the syllabus).
Lecture Plan.
Model Question Paper of the subject distributed to students included (Question Bank of important
Questions).
Mid –Term Question Paper (I & II) and answer-books.
Question of previous years available by University.
Marks details of the Students in respect of MTE I (Mid Term Exam) and MTE II.
Course File
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
SYLLABUS COPY:B.Tech VII-SEMESTER
7EE5 Power System Engineering
Unit-1 Introduction: Economic Operation of Power Systems: Introduction, system constraints, optimal operation
of power systems. Input output, heat rate and incremental rate curVes of thermal generating units. Economic
distribution of load between generating units within a plant. Economic distribution of load between power stations,
transmission loss equation. Introduction to unit commitment and dynamic programming.
Unit-2 Power System Stability-I: Power angle equations and power angle curVes under steady state and transient
conditions. Rotor dynamics and swing equation (solution of swing equation not included). Synchronizing power
coefficient.Introduction to steady state and dynamic stabilities, steady state stability limit.
Unit-3 Power System Stability-II: Introduction to transient stability. Equal area criterion and its application to
transient stability studies under basic disturbances. Critical clearing angle and critical clearing time. Factors
affecting stability and methods to improVe stability.
Unit-4 Excitation Systems: Introduction of excitation systems of synchronous machines, types of excitation
systems, Elements of Various excitation systems and their control (functional block diagrams and their brief
description)-DC excitation systems, AC excitation systems, brushless excitation system. Interconnected Power
Systems: Introduction to isolated and interconnected powers systems. ReserVe capacity of power stations, spinning
and maintenance resaVes. AdVantages and problems of interconnected power systems. Power systems inter
connection in India.
Unit-5 Tap Changing transformer, phase angle control and phase shifting transformer. Series compensation of
transmission lines, location and protection of series capacitors, adVantages and problems. Introduction to power
system security. Introduction to Voltage stability
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COURSE PLAN
UNIT
Name of
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Introduction
Power System
Stability-I
Power System
Stability-II
Excitation
Systems
Topic to cover
Economic Operation of Power Systems
system constraints
optimal operation of power system
Input output, heat rate and incremental rate curVes of thermal generating
units.
Economic distribution of load between generating units within a plant
Economic distribution of load between power stations, transmission loss
equation
Introduction to unit commitment and dynamic programming
Applications & Numericals
Power angle equations and power angle curVes under steady state and
transient conditions.
Rotor dynamics and swing equation (solution of swing equation not
included).
Synchronizing power coefficient
Introduction to steady state and dynamic stabilities, steady state stability
limit.
Applications & Numericals
Applications & Numericals
Applications & Numericals
Introduction to transient stability
Equal area criterion and its application to transient stability studies under
basic disturbances.
Critical clearing angle and critical clearing time
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Factors affecting stability and methods to improVe stability.
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Applications & Numericals
Applications & Numericals
Introduction of excitation systems of synchronous machines, types of
excitation systems
Elements of Various excitation systems and their control (functional block
diagrams and their brief description)-DC excitation systems, AC excitation
systems, brushless excitation system
Interconnected Power Systems: Introduction to isolated and interconnected
powers systems
ReserVe capacity of power stations, spinning and maintenance resaVes.
AdVantages and problems of interconnected power systems. Power systems
inter connection in India.
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Applications & Numericals
Tap Changing transformer, phase angle control and phase shifting
Elementary
transformer
Ideas of
Compensation, Series compensation of transmission lines, location and protection of series
Networks
capacitors, adVantages and problems
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Introduction to power system security
Introduction to Voltage stability
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Applications & Numericals
Applications & Numericals
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TOTAL
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METHOD OF EVALUATION
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Mid Term Examinations (MTE I & MTE II)
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Assignment / Tutorials
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Viva wherever applicable
3.4
Term End Examination
Foundation Topics:
 Introduction to per unit quantities
 Introduction to Symmetrical component and fault analysis methods
Advanced Topics:
 Admittance model and Admittance matrix
 Impedance model and Impedance matrix
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More on Course Schedule
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Guidelines to Study the Subject
1. Preparation: - Basic fundamental of knowledge of simple power flow and faults for their study and
analysis.
2. Core Competence: - To provide students the knowledge of power system design and analysis and to
determine the operational performance of existing systems.
3. Breadth: -To prepare for a better future in the field of designing new electrical systems.
Learning Environment: - To provide student a friendly and professional environment.
More on Course Schedule
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Sem : VII
The General Categories of Program Outcomes are:
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General Categories of Program Outcomes
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Ability to acquire knowledge of specific discipline or professional area with an ability to discriminate,
evaluate, analyze and synthesize existing and new knowledge, and integration of the same for enhancement
of knowledge.
Ability to formulate and analyse complex electrical engineering problems.
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Ability to solve engineering problems and arrive at feasible, optimal solutions after considering public health
and safety.
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Ability to apply appropriate research methodologies, techniques and tools, design,conduct experiments,
analyse and interpret data.
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Ability to apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering
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Ability to collaborative-multidisciplinary scientific research,demonstrate a capacity for self-management and
teamwork.
Ability to manage projects efficiently after consideration of economic and financial factors.
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Ability to make effective presentations and design documentation by adhering to appropriate standards.
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Ability to engage in life-long learning independently to improve knowledge and competence
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Ability to contribute to the community for sustainable development of society
k
Ability to learn from mistakes without depending on externalfeedback
More on Course Schedule
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
On completion of this Subject / Course the students shall be able to understand the following:
S. No.
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Objectives
Provides the knowledge of Static Relays, merits and demerits, amplitude and phase comparators, duality
between amplitude and phase comparators.
II
Provides knowledge of instantaneous, definite time, inverse time and directional over current relays,
static differential protection of generator and transformer.
Provides practical knowledge of static impedance, reactance and mho relays, effect of power swings on
the performance of distance protection, Out of step tripping and blocking relays, mho relay with
blinders.
Provides knowledge of Electric arc and its characteristics, arc interruption-high resistance interruption
and current zero interruption, Arc interruption theories–recovery rate theory and energy balance theory.
Provides techniques for Air blast, SF6 and vacuum circuit breakers, Selection of circuit breakers, rating
of circuit breakers, transformer differential and transmission line distance protection.
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More on Course Schedule
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
Objectives – Outcome Relationship Matrix (Indicate the relationship by x mark).
Program
Outcomes
Course Objectives
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Assignment Sheet - I
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Assignment- I
Q.1 Describe the concept of economic loading for two generator units neglecting transmission losses.
Q.2 Describe the primary, secondary and dynamic constraints.
Q.3 Draw heat rate curve and incremental fuel cost curves for a given input output curve for any generating unit.
Assignment Sheet - II
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Assignment-II
1 Explain the Equal area criteria starting from Swing equation.
Q.2 What are the principle types of transient disturbances? Describes the behavior of synchronous motor subjected
to transient disturbances.
Q.3 A 50 Hz , 4 pole turbo generator rated at 20 MVA and 13.2 KV has an inertia constant of 9 KW-Sec/KVA find
stored kinetic energy by rotor at synchronous speed.
Assignment Sheet - III
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Assignment-III
Q.1 Describe the economic dispatch problem for case of neglect of losses and no generation limits.
Q.2 Describe the various curves related to economic operation of power plants and their significance.
Q.3 Describe static excitation system diagram, Explaining the purpose and working of various component of this
system.
Assignment Sheet - IV
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Assignment-IV
Q.1 Describe the Swing equation from rotor dynamics.
Q.2 Give power angle diagram/ Equal area criteria explanation for stability phenomena when auto closer circuit
breaker intervenes for a transmission line fault.
Q.3 Give separate classification for methods to improve steady state and transient state stability.
Assignment Sheet - V
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Assignment-V
Q.1 write down the short note on
( a ). Tap Changing transformer
( b.) phase angle control q
Q.2 Explain the voltage stability .
Sem : VII
Tutorial Sheet – I
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
TUTORIAL-1
Q.1
The cost characteristic of two units in a plant are:
C1 = 0.4 P 1 2+ 160 P1 + K1 Rs./h
C2 = 0.45 P 2 2+ 120 P2 + K2 Rs. / h
where P1 and P2 are power output in MW. Find the optimum load allocation between the two units, when the total
load is 162.5 MW. What will be the daily loss if the units are loaded equally.
Q.2 A power plant has three units with the following cost characteristics:
C1= 0.5P 1 2+ 215P 1 + 5000 Rs / h
C2= 1.0P 2 2+ 270P 2 + 5000 Rs / h
C3= 0.7P 3 2 +160P 3 + 9000 Rs/h
Where P i s are the generating powers in MW. The maximum and minimum loads allowable on each unit are 150 and 39
MW. Find the economic scheduling for a total load of
i) 320 MW
ii) 200 MW
Tutorial Sheet – II
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Tutorial-II
Q.1 A 50Hz, 4 pole turbo alternator rated 150 MVA, 11 kV has an inertia constant of 9 MJ / MVA. Find the (a)
stored energy at synchronous speed (b) the rotor acceleration if the input mechanical power is raised to 100 MW
when the electrical load is 75 MW, (c) the speed at the end of 10 cycles if acceleration is assumed constant at the
initial value.
Q.2 TWO 50 Hz generating units operate in parallel within the same plant, with the following ratings:
Unit 1: 500 MVA, 0.8 pf, 13.2 kV, 3600 rpm: H = 4 MJ/MVA
Unit 2: 1000 MVA, 0.9 pf, 13.8 kV, 1800 rpm: H = 5 MJ/MVA
Calculate the equivalent H constant on a base of 100 MVA.
Tutorial Sheet – III
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineeing
Tutorial-III
Q.1
Q.2 in the power system considered in the previous example, fault is cleared by opening the circuit
both ends of the faulty line. calculate the cca and hence find cct.
breakers at
Tutorial Sheet – IV
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Tutorial-IV
Q.1 write down the functional block diagrams and their brief description of -DC excitation systems, AC excitation
systems.
Q.2 what is reserve capacity of power station .
Tutorial Sheet – V
Year : IV
Subject: Power System Engineering
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
1.
Name of the Faculty
: Dr.Dinesh Birla
2.
Designation
: Professor
3.
Department
: Electrical Engineering
Tutorial-V
Q.1 Explain the power system security in detail.
Q.2 Write down the . Series compensation of transmission lines, location and protection of series capacitors,
Year : IV
LECTURE PLAN
Subject:
Subject Code: 7EE5
Duration of Lesson: 55 min
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Rajasthan Technical University,Kota
Lesson – 1;
Sem : VII
Title: Introduction of Power System Engineering
S.NO.
1
2
Power System Engineering
Topic:
Introduction
Time Allotted
20
Economic Operation of Power Systems
30
Lesson – 2;
Title: System Constraints
S.NO.
1
Topic:
System constraints
Time Allotted
30
2
Numerical
20
Lesson – 3;
Title: Optimal Operation
S.NO.
1
Topic:
Optimal operation of power system
Time Allotted
40
2
Optimal operation of power system numerical
10
Lesson – 4;
Title: Heat Rate And Incremental Rate Curves
S.NO.
1
Topic:
Input output, heat rate and incremental rate curves of thermal generating units.
Time Allotted
30
2
Numerical
20
Lesson – 5;
S.NO.
1
2
Topic:
Economic distribution of load between generating units within a plant
Numerical
Lesson – 6;
S.NO.
1
2
Title: Economic distribution
Time Allotted
35
15
Title: Economic distribution
Topic:
Economic distribution of load between power stations, transmission loss equation
Numerical
Time Allotted
40
10
Lesson – 7;
S.NO.
1
2
Topic:
Introduction to unit commitment and dynamic programming
numrical
Lesson – 8;
S.NO.
1
Topic:
Numericals and application
Numericals
10
Synchronizing power coefficient
Numerical
S.NO.
1
S.NO.
1
S.NO.
1
Time Allotted
50
Title: Modeling of Physical Systems
Topic:
Applications & Numericals
Lesson – 15;
Time Allotted
40
10
Title: Applications & Numericals
Topic:
Applications & Numericals
Lesson – 14;
Time Allotted
35
15
Title: stability and stability limit.
Topic:
Introduction to steady state and dynamic stabilities, steady state stability limit.
Numerical
Lesson – 13;
Time Allotted
35
Title: Synchronizing power coefficient
Topic:
Lesson – 12;
40
Title: Modeling of Physical Systems
Topic:
Rotor dynamics and swing equation (solution of swing equation not included).
Lesson – 11;
S.NO.
1
2
Title: Power angle equations
Time Allotted
Lesson – 10;
S.NO.
1
2
Time Allotted
50
Topic:
Power angle equations and power angle curves under steady state and transient
conditions.
2
S.NO.
1
Time Allotted
35
15
Title: Numericals and application
Lesson – 9;
S.NO.
1
Title: Unit Commitment
Time Allotted
50
Title: Applications & Numericals
Topic:
Applications & Numericals
Time Allotted
50
Lesson – 16;
S.NO.
1
Title: Introduction to transient stability
Topic:
Time Allotted
Introduction to transient stability
50
Lesson – 17;
Title: Equal area criterion
S.NO.
Topic:
Time Allotted
1
Equal area criterion and its application to transient stability studies under basic
disturbances.
50
Lesson – 18;
Title: Critical clearing angle and critical clearing time
S.NO.
1
Topic:
Critical clearing angle and critical clearing time
Time Allotted
35
2
Numericals
15
Lesson – 19;
S.NO.
1
2
Topic:
Factors affecting stability and methods to improve stability.
Numerical
Lesson – 20;
S.NO.
1
Applications & Numericals
S.NO.
1
Applications & Numericals
S.NO.
1
Time Allotted
50
Title: Introduction and types of excitation systems
Topic:
Introduction of excitation systems of synchronous machines, types of excitation
systems
Lesson – 23;
Time Allotted
50
Title: Applications & Numericals
Topic:
Lesson – 22;
Time Allotted
40
15
Title: Applications & Numericals
Topic:
Lesson – 21;
S.NO.
1
Title: Factors affecting stability
Time Allotted
50
Title: Introduction of excitation systems of synchronous machines
Topic:
Introduction of excitation systems of synchronous machines, types of excitation
systems
Time Allotted
50
Lesson – 24;
Title: DC/AC excitation systems
S.NO.
1
Topic:
Elements of Various excitation systems and their control (functional block diagrams
and their brief description)-DC excitation systems, AC excitation systems, brushless
excitation system
Lesson – 25;
Topic:
Interconnected Power Systems: Introduction to isolated and interconnected powers
systems
Numerical
2
Lesson – 26;
S.NO.
1
50
Title: Interconnected Power Systems
S.NO.
1
Time Allotted
Time Allotted
40
15
Title: Stability of the System
Topic:
Time Allotted
ReserVe capacity of power stations, spinning and maintenance resaves.
40
Numercal
10
2
Lesson – 27;
Title: Interconnected Power System
S.NO.
Topic:
Time Allotted
1
Advantages and problems of interconnected power systems. Power systems inter
connection in India.
Numerical
40
2
Lesson – 28;
10
Title: Applications & Numericals
S.NO.
Topic:
Time Allotted
1
Applications & Numericals
50
Lesson – 29;
Title: Tap Changing transformeR
S.NO.
Topic:
Time Allotted
1
Tap Changing transformer, phase angle control and phase shifting transformer
50
Lesson – 30;
S.NO.
1
2
3
Title: compensation of transmission lines
Topic:
Series compensation of transmission lines, location and protection of series capacitors,
adVantages and problems
Introduction to power system security
Introduction to Voltage stability
Time Allotted
40
10
5
Lesson – 31;
Title: Introduction to power system security
S.NO.
Topic:
Time Allotted
1
Introduction to power system security
50
Lesson – 32;
Title: Introduction to Voltage stability
S.NO.
Topic:
Time Allotted
1
Introduction to Voltage stability
50
Lesson – 33;
Title: Elementary Ideas of Compensation, Networks
S.NO.
Topic:
Time Allotted
1
Application and Numerical
50
Lesson – 34;
Title: Application and Numerical
S.NO.
Topic:
Time Allotted
1
Application and Numerical
50
I Mid Term Question Paper
Subject: Power System Engineering
Subject Code:7EE5
Rajasthan Tecnical university,Kota
Duration 1Hr.
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Year : IV
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
B. Tech IV Year, 7th Sem, Branch: Electrical Engineering
I Mid Term Examination (2014-2015)
Subject: Power System Engineering
Date: 12/09/14
Duration: 1 Hr
Maximum Marks: 10
Instructions to Candidates: Attempt all questions.
Q.1 Describe the derivation of Swing equation and explain its significance.
Q.2 Describe the Stability phenomena when sudden load is increased on the generation (including equal area
criteria).
Q.3How the dynamic stability is different to steady state and transient?
II Mid Term Question Paper
Subject: Power System Engineering
Subject Code:7EE5
Rajasthan Tecnical university,Kota
Duration 1Hr.
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
Year : IV
Sem : VII
Rajasthan Technical University, Kota
B. Tech IV Year, 7th Sem, Branch: Electrical Engineering
II Mid Term Examination (2014-15)
Subject: Power System Engineering
Date: 19/11/2014
Duration: 1 Hr.
Maximum Marks: 10
Instructions to Candidates: Attempt all questions.
Q.1 Draw and explain characteristic of input-output curves and incremental rate curves.
Q.2 Describe the optimum generation scheduling process analytically without considering transmission losses.
Q.3 Incremental costs of two 250 MW units are
Minimum load of each is 20MW, Find economic loading of each unit for a total load 225MW.
Performance of Students in Mid Term Exams
Subject: Power System Engineering
Subject Code: 7EE5
Maximum Marks: 20
Rajasthan Tecnical university,Kota
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Year : IV
Sem : VII
Session: 2014-15, Odd Semester
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