B.E. Electrical Engineering:Power System Stability

Thapar University
In Patiala

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Typology Bachelor
Location Patiala
Duration 4 Years
  • Bachelor
  • Patiala
  • Duration:
    4 Years


Where and when

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

First Year: Semester I

Mathematics I
Engineering graphics
Computer Programming
Solid Mechanics
Communication Skills

First Year: Semester-II

Mathematics II
Manufacturing Process
Electrical and Electronic Science
Organizational Behavior

Second Year- Semester - I

Semiconductor Devices
Measurement Science and Techniques
Digital Electronic Circuits
Circuit Theory
Electromechanical Energy conversion
Electromagnetic Fields
Human Values, Ethics and IPR

Second Year- Semester – II

Numerical and Statistical Methods
Fluid Mechanics
Power Generation and Economics
Analog Electronic Circuits
Electrical and Electronic Measurements
Transmission and Distribution of Power
Environmental Studies

Third Year- Semester – I

Power Electronics
Asynchronous Machines
Switch gear and Protection
Optimization Techniques
Engineering Economics
Summer Training (6 Weeks after 2nd year during summer vacation)

Third Year- Semester – II

Total Quality Management
Control Systems
Synchronous Machines
Power System Analysis
Flexible AC Transmission Systems

Fourth Year- Semester – I

High Voltage Engineering
Operation and Control of Power Systems
Electric Drives
Intelligent Algorithms in Power Systems

Fourth Year- Semester – II

Project Semester
Industrial Training

Power System Stability

Introduction: Basic concepts and definitions of angular stability and voltage stability, mid term and long term stability, classification.

Dynamic Modelling of Power System components: Generators, linear and non linear model using d-q transformation, power capability curve, reactive capability limits, v curves and compounding curves, Excitation systems, Turbine and speed governing systems, loads.

Transient Stability: overview, Simulation of power system dynamic response, Analysis of unbalanced faults, protective relaying and case study of large power systems.

Small Scale Stability Analysis: State space representation, Eigen value and participation factor Analysis

Voltage Stability: Basic concepts, Voltage collapse, P-V and Q-V curves, impact of load, static and dynamic analysis of voltage stability, prevention of voltage collapse.

Laboratory: Simulation of power system stability problems using power system simulation software.

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