Book description
Power System Analysis is a comprehensive text designed for an undergraduate course in electrical engineering. Written in a simple and easytounderstand manner, the book introduces the reader to power system network matrices and power system steadystate stability analysis. The book contains indepth coverage of symmetrical fault analysis and unbalanced fault analysis; exclusive chapters on power flow studies; a comprehensive chapter on transient stability; precise explanation supported by suitable examples and is replete with objective questions and review questions.
Table of contents
 Cover
 Title Page
 Contents
 About the Author
 Dedication
 Preface
 1  Introduction

2  Power System Network Matrices—1
 2.1  Introduction
 2.2  Graph of a Power System Network
 2.3  Definitions
 2.4  Incidence Matrices
 2.5  Primitive Network
 2.6  Network Equations and Network Matrices
 2.7  Bus Admittance Matrix
 2.8  Network Matrices by Singular Transformation Method
 2.9  Network Matrices by NonSingular Transformation Method
 Questions from Previous Question Papers
 Competitive Examination Questions

3  Power System Network Matrices—2
 3.1  Introduction
 3.2  Partial Network
 3.3  Case Studies in Zbus Algorithm
 3.4  Algorithm for Formation of Bus Impedance Matrix — No Mutual Coupling between the Elements
 3.5  Algorithm for the Formation of Zbus— Consideration of Mutually Coupled Elements
 3.6  Modifications In Zbus for Changes in the Network
 Questions from Previous Question Papers
 Competitive Examination Questions

4  Power Flow Studies—1
 4.1  Introduction
 4.2  Network Modelling
 4.3  Mathematical Modelling
 4.4  Gauss–Seidel Iterative Method
 4.5  Classification of Buses
 4.6  Case Studies in Power Flow Problem
 4.7  Algorithm for Power Flow Solution by the Gauss–Seidel Method
 4.8  Conclusion
 Questions from Previous Question Papers
 Competitive Examination Questions
 5  Power Flow Studies—2
 6  ShortCircuit Analysis—1 (Symmetrical Fault Analysis)

7  ShortCircuit Analysis—2 (Unbalanced Fault Analysis)
 7.1  Introduction
 7.2  Symmetrical Components
 7.3  Sequence Impedances
 7.4  Sequence Networks
 7.5  Unbalanced or Unsymmetrical Fault Analysis
 7.6  Comparison of SLG and 3Phase Faults
 7.7  Consideration of PreFault Load Currents
 7.8  Fault Calculations Using Bus Impedance Matrix
 Questions from Previous Question Papers
 Competitive Examination Questions

8  Power System SteadyState Stability Analysis
 8.1  Introduction
 8.2  Forms of Power System Stability
 8.3  Physical Concept of Torque and Torque Angle
 8.4  Power Angle Curve and Transfer Reactance
 8.5  The Swing Equation
 8.6  Modelling Issues in the Stability Analysis
 8.7  Assumptions made in SteadyState Stability Analysis
 8.8  SteadyState Stability Analysis
 8.9  Methods to Improve SteadyState Stability
 Questions from Previous Question Papers
 Competitive Examination Questions
 9  Transient Stability
 Answers to Selected Competitive Examination Questions
 Acknowledgements
 Copyright
Product information
 Title: Power System Analysis
 Author(s):
 Release date: August 2010
 Publisher(s): Pearson India
 ISBN: 9788131755921
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