Book description
Power System Analysis: A Dynamic Perspective a text designed to serve as a bridge between the undergraduate course on power systems and the complex modelling and computational tools used in the dynamic analysis of practical power systems. With extensive teaching and research experience in the field, the author presents fundamental and advanced concepts using rigorous mathematical analysis and extensive timedomain simulation results. The text also includes numerous plots with clear explanation for easy understanding.
Table of contents
 Cover
 About Pearson
 Title Page
 Brief Contents
 Contents
 Foreword
 Preface
 About the Author
 1. Introduction to Power System Analysis

2. Basics of Power Systems
 2.1 Sinor Waveform for Conventional Power Generation
 2.2 Choice of Frequency for Power Generation
 2.3 Concept of Phasor Analysis in AC Sinusiodal Systems

2.4 Power in Singlephase Circuits
 2.4.1 Instantaneous Power in a Pure Resistor Circuit
 2.4.2 Nature of Powers in an RLseries Circuit
 2.4.3 Nature of Powers in an RCseries Circuit
 2.4.4 Real Power Supply–Importance of Reactive Powers
 2.4.5 Complex Number Representation of Real and Reactive Powers
 2.4.6 Power Balance in Singlephase Circuits

2.5 Power in Threephase Systems
 2.5.1 Interconnection of Two Sources–Threephase Systems
 2.5.2 Analysis of Real and Reactive Powers in Threephase Systems
 2.5.3 Interpretation of Synchronous Operation in Terms of Power Angle
 2.5.4 Complex Power Calculations in Threephase Balanced Systems
 2.5.5 SingleLine Diagrams of Threephase Systems
 2.6 Perunit Representation
 2.7 Characteristics of a Typical Power System
 References
 Review Questions

3. ParkBased Transformations

3.1 Timevarying Parameters of a Synchronous Machine
 3.1.1 Derivation of a Timevarying Transformation
 3.1.2 Transformation Matrices in Different Referenceframes
 3.1.3 Some Properties of the Transformation Matrices
 3.1.4 A Change of Reference for Angle Measurement
 3.1.5 An Alternate Form of Park Transformation
 3.1.6 An Example with Park Transformation
 3.1.7 Powervariant Park Transformation
 3.2 ThreePhaseBased PhaseLocked Loop
 3.3 Representation of a Transmission Line in MachineFrame
 References
 Review Questions

3.1 Timevarying Parameters of a Synchronous Machine

4. Synchronous Machine Modelling Using Primitive Parameters
 4.1 Modelling of a Nonsalient Pole Synchronous Machine
 4.2 Modelling of a Salient Pole Synchronous Machine
 4.3 Flux Linkagecurrent Equations in Rotorreference Frame
 4.4 Voltage Equations in Rotorreference Frame
 4.5 Expression for Torque in Rotorreference Frame
 4.6 Case Studies
 4.7 Rotor Mechanical Equation
 4.8 Analysis of Linear Systems
 References
 Review Questions

5. The Standard Parameters of Synchronous Machine
 5.1 Requirement of Generator Modelling Neglecting Stator Transients
 5.2 Operational Inductance Approach
 5.3 Perunit Representation of Generator Quantities
 5.4 Summary of Equations Pertaining to 1.1 Model
 5.5 A Case Study: Voltage Buildup on Noload
 5.6 Operational Impedance for 2.2 Model
 5.7 Summary of Equations Pertaining to 2.2 Model
 5.8 Swing Equation
 5.9 Steadystate Operation of Synchronous Generator
 5.10 Steadystate Analysis: Spacephasor Approach
 5.11 Modification of 2.2 Model and Equivalent Circuits
 5.12 Initial Condition Calculations
 5.13 Example: Eigenvalue Analysis of a Generator Under Shortcircuit Condition
 5.14 Example: Synchronisation of a Standalone Generator to Mains
 5.15 Example: Transient Stability Simulation of an Smib System
 References
 Review Questions

6. Numerical Integration of ODEs
 6.1 System of Differential Equations: Some Observations
 6.2 Classification of Numerical Integration Algorithms
 6.3 Accuracy and Stability of Numerical Integration Methods
 6.4 Demonstration of Some Numerical Integration Methods

6.5 Example: Solution of Swing Equation
 6.5.1 Initial Condition Calculation for the Machine Variables and System Equations
 6.5.2 Solution of Swing Equations by Using Forward Euler Technique
 6.5.3 Solution of Swing Equations by Backward Euler and RK4 Techniques
 6.5.4 Evaluation of Critical Clearingangle Using Equalarea Criteria
 6.5.5 Largesignal Stability Evaluation Using Energy Function Method
 References
 Review Questions

7. Numerical Iterative Methods
 7.1 Features of Nonlinear Algebraic System of Equations
 7.2 FixedPoint Iteration Method
 7.3 Gauss Seidel Iteration Method

7.4 NewtonRaphson Iteration Method
 7.4.1 Iterative Function for a Scalar System
 7.4.2 Iterative Function for a System with n Variables
 7.4.3 Example: Simultaneous Nonlinear Equation with NewtonRaphson Method
 7.4.4 Example: Power Flow in a Simple Power System1 (NewtonRaphson Method)
 7.4.5 Example: Power Flow in a Simple Power System2 (NewtonRaphson Method)
 References
 Review Questions

8. Fault Analysis of Power Systems
 8.1 Introduction to Fault Analysis

8.2 Symmetrical Threephase ShortCircuit Analysis
 8.2.1 Twomachine, Fivebus Power System
 8.2.2 Analysis of Fault Current Using Thevenin’s Theorem
 8.2.3 Calculation of Bus Voltages in a Faulted System
 8.2.4 Bus Voltage Calculation without the Knowledge of the Fault Current
 8.2.5 Calculation of System Quantities During a Fault
 8.2.6 Effect of Synchronous Machine Models on the Fault Current
 8.2.7 Symmetrical Fault Calculations Accounting Prefault Load Currents
 8.2.8 Short Circuit Capacity at a Bus

8.3 Analysis of Unsymmetrical Faults
 8.3.1 Calculation of Sequence Voltages and Currents
 8.3.2 Sequence Impedances of Y and ?connected Passive Elements
 8.3.3 Sequence Impedances of Synchronous Machines
 8.3.4 Sequence Impedance of Transmission Lines
 8.3.5 Sequence Impedance of Transformers
 8.3.6 Example: Sequence Networks for a 2machine 5bus Power Systems
 8.3.7 Analysis of Unsymmetrical Shortcircuit Faults
 8.3.8 Transient Stability Analysis for Unsymmetrical Shunt Faults
 References
 Review Questions
 9. Introduction to Subsynchronous Resonance
 10. Ssr Analysis of the Ieee First Benchmark Model
 11. Controllers for Synchronous Generator
 12. Power System Angle Stability

13. Modal Analysis of Power Systems with Interconnected Generators
 13.1 Importance of Modal Analysis of Power Systems
 13.2 Power System Oscillations

13.3 Springmass System Example
 13.3.1 Removal of Redundancy of a State
 13.3.2 Case1: With External F1 Without Any Damping
 13.3.3 Case2: With External F3 Without Any Damping
 13.3.4 Case3: With External F3 With Damping B1
 13.3.5 Case4: With External F3 as a Stepsignal Without Any Damping
 13.3.6 Case5: With External F3 as a Stepsignal With Damping B1
 13.3.7 Performance Analysis in the COIreferenceframe
 13.4 Linearisation of Power System Modelling Equations
 13.5 Participation Matrix
 13.6 Modal Analysis of a Twomachine Power System
 13.7 Modal Analysis of Fourmachine Modified Power System
 References
 Review Questions

14. Transient Stability Analysis of Power Systems with Interconnected Generators
 14.1 Interfacing Generator to Network
 14.2 Centre of Inertia Reference
 14.3 Structure of Power System Equations and its Solution
 14.4 Load Modelling
 14.5 Load Equivalent Circuit
 14.6 A Summary of the Implementation Procedure

14.7 Demonstration of System Frequency with Twomachine Power System
 14.7.1 Threephase Fault without Frequencydependent Loads
 14.7.2 Threephase Fault with Frequencydependent Loads
 14.7.3 Line Trip without Frequencydependent Loads
 14.7.4 Line Trip with Frequencydependent Loads
 14.7.5 Line Trip, Speedgovernor on M1 Enabled without Frequencydependent Loads
 14.7.6 Line Trip, Speedgovernor on M1 Enabled with Frequencydependent Loads
 14.7.7 Line Trip, Speedgovernors on M1 and M2 Enabled with Frequencydependent Loads
 14.8 Large Disturbance Performance
 References
 Review Questions
 15. Dynamic Modelling of Some Electrical Machines and their Powerflow Analysis
 Index
 Copyright
Product information
 Title: Power System Analysis
 Author(s):
 Release date: May 2018
 Publisher(s): Pearson Education India
 ISBN: 9789353063757
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