Course Details

Subject {L-T-P / C} : EE6201 : Power System Analysis and Control {3-0-0 / 3}
Subject Nature : Theory
Coordinator : Prof. Ananyo Sengupta

Syllabus

Three-Phase Load Flow Analysis: Three-Phase Models of Synchronous Machines, Three-Phase Models of Transmission Lines, Three-Phase Models of Transformers, Formulation of the Three-Phase Load-Flow Problem, Fast-Decoupled Three-Phase Algorithm

A.C.-D.C. load flow Analysis: Formulation of the Problem, D.C. System Model, Sequential Solution Techniques, Extension to Multiple and/or Multiterminal D.C. Systems, D.C. Convergence Tolerance, Formulation of the Three-Phase A.C.–D.C. Load-Flow Problem.

Optimal Power Flow Analysis: Problem Formulation, Optimal Power Flow based on Newton Method.

Electricity Grid Management in India: Indian Electricity Grid Code (IEGC), Role of various organizations and their linkage, Scheduling and Dispatch Procedure, Availability Based Tariff, Unscheduled Interchange.

Unit Commitment: Review of Economic Dispatch Problem, Problem Formulation, Constraints in Unit Commitment, Solution by Dynamic Programming, Solution by Lagrange Relaxation method.
Power System Security: Factors Affecting Power System Security, Contingency Analysis by DC Power Flow methods, Contingency Ranking.

Power System State Estimation: Maximum Likelihood Weighted Least-Squares Estimation, State Estimation of an Ac Network, State Estimation by Orthogonal Decomposition, An Introduction to Advanced Topics in State Estimation, The Use of Phasor Measurement Units (PMUS), Application of Power Systems State Estimation, Importance of Data Verification and Validation, Bad Data Detection.

Demand Forecasting: Perspective, Analytic Methods, Demand Models, Commodity Price Forecasting, Forecasting Errors, System Identification, Econometric Models, Time Series, Time Series Model Development, Artificial Neural Networks, Model Integration, Demand Prediction.

Course Objectives

  1. To explain the advanced power system analysis and control techniques used in industries for designing, planning and controlling power systems for secure and economic operation.

Course Outcomes

CO1: At the end of the course, student will be able to carry out load flow analysis for balanced as well as unbalanced power system.
CO2: Students will have thorough knowledge on unit commitment problem of power system. They will get exposure on Indian Electricity Grid code, structure of Indian Power network, its operation, planning and attributes.
CO3: Students will learn about power system security analysis.
CO4: Student will get an exposure on power system state estimation, demand management, and online load forecasting.

Essential Reading

  1. John Grainger, William Stevenson Jr, Power System Analysis, Mcgraw-HillEdition
  2. Allen J. Wood, Bruce F. Wollenberg, Gerald B. Sheblé, Power Generation, Operation, and Control, Wiley

Supplementary Reading

  1. Jos Arrillaga and C. P. Arnold, Computer Analysis of Power Systems, Wiley
  2. Jizhong Zhu, Optimization of Power System Operation, Wiley