M.E. Power Systems & Electric Drives:Modeling & Dynamics of Electrical Machines

Thapar University
In Patiala

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  • Master
  • Patiala
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Where and when

Starts Location
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Patiala
Thapar University P.O Box 32, 147004, Punjab, India
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Course programme

Semester-I

Research Methodology
Computer Application to Power System Analysis
Advanced Power Electronics
Power System Dynamics & Stability
Industrial Drives & Automation


Semester II

Power Quality & FACTS Devices
Optimal Power System Operation
Intelligent Techniques & Applications


Semester III

Minor Project
Seminar
Thesis (Start)


Semester IV

Thesis (Continues)

Modeling & Dynamics of Electrical Machines

Introduction: Challenges in computer simulations, Mechanics of simulation, solution techniques for time domain analysis, introduction of widely used circuit- oriented simulators like Pspice, MATLAB, PSIM, equation solvers, simulation of power electronics circuits and converters

Dynamic Conditions: concept, constraints and considerations; modeling and performance simulation methods, concept of reference frame, generalized transformation, formulation of dynamic equations of a generalized machine in arbitrary reference frame.

D.C. MAcHINES Dynamics: Ideal machine; dynamic equation; transfer function and block diagram; linear analysis of D.C. generators; effects of saturation; analysis and performance under disturbances.

Switching and surge voltage transients in transformers.

Induction Machines: transients and dynamics; basic electro mechanical equations; linearized and non-linearized analysis; operation on harmonic supplies; unbalanced operation.

Synchronous Machine Transients: coupled circuit viewpoint; approximate physical picture; equivalent circuit under transient conditions and its applications; synchronous motor operation with variable/fixed load torque and excitation; equal-area criterion for the study of transient stability.

Laboratory: Simulation Studies on Dynamic Behavior of Induction Motor, DC machine and Synchronous Machine, Linear and Non linear models of Various machines, equal area Criteria method


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