Power Systems Analysis, Second Edition, describes the operation of the interconnected power system under steady state conditions and under dynamic operating conditions during disturbances. Written at a foundational level, including numerous worked examples of concepts discussed in the text, it provides an understanding of how to keep power flowing through an interconnected grid. The second edition adds more information on power system stability, excitation system, and small disturbance analysis, as well as discussions related to grid integration of renewable power sources. The book is designed to be used as reference, review, or self-study for practitioners and consultants, or for students from related engineering disciplines that need to learn more about power systems. Includes comprehensive coverage of the analysis of power systems, useful as a one-stop resource Features a large number of worked examples and objective questions (with answers) to help apply the material discussed in the book Offers foundational content that provides background and review for the understanding and analysis of more specialized areas of electric power engineering
This textbook introduces electrical engineering students to the most relevant concepts and techniques in three major areas today in power system engineering, namely analysis, security and deregulation. The book carefully integrates theory and practical applications. It emphasizes power flow analysis, details analysis problems in systems with fault conditions, and discusses transient stability problems as well. In addition, students can acquire software development skills in MATLAB and in the usage of state-of-the-art software tools such as Power World Simulator (PWS) and Siemens PSS/E. In any energy management/operations control centre, the knowledge of contingency analysis, state estimation and optimal power flow is of utmost importance. Part 2 of the book provides comprehensive coverage of these topics. The key issues in electricity deregulation and restructuring of power systems such as Transmission Pricing, Available Transfer Capability (ATC), and pricing methods in the context of Indian scenario are discussed in detail in Part 3 of the book. The book is interspersed with problems for a sound understanding of various aspects of power systems. The questions at the end of each chapter are provided to reinforce the knowledge of students as well as prepare them from the examination point of view. The book will be useful to both the undergraduate students of electrical engineering and postgraduate students of power engineering and power management in several courses such as Power System Analysis, Electricity Deregulation, Power System Security, Restructured Power Systems, as well as laboratory courses in Power System Simulation.
Provides a basic comprehensive treatment of the major electrical engineering problems associated with the design and operation of electric power systems. The major components of the power system are modeled in terms of their sequence (symmetrical component) equivalent circuits. Reviews power flow, fault analysis, economic dispatch, and transient stability in power systems.
The new edition of POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN provides students with an introduction to the basic concepts of power systems along with tools to aid them in applying these skills to real world situations. Physical concepts are highlighted while also giving necessary attention to mathematical techniques. Both theory and modeling are developed from simple beginnings so that they can be readily extended to new and complex situations. The authors incorporate new tools and material to aid students with design issues and reflect recent trends in the field. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Designed primarily as a textbook for senior undergraduate students pursuing courses in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, this book gives the basic knowledge required for power system planning, operation and control. The contents of the book are presented in simple, precise and systematic manner with lucid explanation so that the readers can easily understand the underlying principles. The book deals with the per phase analysis of balanced three-phase system, per unit values and application including modelling of generator, transformer, transmission line and loads. It explains various methods of solving power flow equations and discusses fault analysis (balanced and unbalanced) using bus impedance matrix. It describes various concepts of power system stability and explains numerical methods such as Euler method, modified Euler method and Runge–Kutta methods to solve Swing equation. Besides, this book includes flow chart for computing symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault current, power flow studies and for solving Swing equation. It is also fortified with a large number of solved numerical problems and short–answer questions with answers at the end of each chapter to reinforce the students understanding of concepts. This textbook would also be useful to the postgraduate students of power systems engineering as a reference.
Few power systems are isolated from the effects of high voltage DC transmission, and this technology figures prominently in their planning and operation. This new text, written by one of the world's leading authorities on the subject, covers the incorporation of AC DC converters and DC transmission in power system analysis. In addition to conventional power flows, faults and stability, AC DC power system analysis describes the simulation of power system steady-state waveform distortion and transient behaviour. Computer modelling of power electronic devices is given prominence as these programmes are central to power system design. The concepts and methods described in the book are also readily applicable to FACTS (flexible AC transmission systems) technology.
This updated edition includes: coverage of power-system estimation, including current developments in the field; discussion of system control, which is a key topic covering economic factors of line losses and penalty factors; and new problems and examples throughout.
Short-Circuit Load Flow and Harmonics, Second Edition
Author: J.C. Das
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Fundamental to the planning, design, and operating stages of any electrical engineering endeavor, power system analysis continues to be shaped by dramatic advances and improvements that reflect today’s changing energy needs. Highlighting the latest directions in the field, Power System Analysis: Short-Circuit Load Flow and Harmonics, Second Edition includes investigations into arc flash hazard analysis and its migration in electrical systems, as well as wind power generation and its integration into utility systems. Designed to illustrate the practical application of power system analysis to real-world problems, this book provides detailed descriptions and models of major electrical equipment, such as transformers, generators, motors, transmission lines, and power cables. With 22 chapters and 7 appendices that feature new figures and mathematical equations, coverage includes: Short-circuit analyses, symmetrical components, unsymmetrical faults, and matrix methods Rating structures of breakers Current interruption in AC circuits, and short-circuiting of rotating machines Calculations according to the new IEC and ANSI/IEEE standards and methodologies Load flow, transmission lines and cables, and reactive power flow and control Techniques of optimization, FACT controllers, three-phase load flow, and optimal power flow A step-by-step guide to harmonic generation and related analyses, effects, limits, and mitigation, as well as new converter topologies and practical harmonic passive filter designs—with examples More than 2000 equations and figures, as well as solved examples, cases studies, problems, and references Maintaining the structure, organization, and simplified language of the first edition, longtime power system engineer J.C. Das seamlessly melds coverage of theory and practical applications to explore the most commonly required short-circuit, load-flow, and harmonic analyses. This book requires only a beginning knowledge of the per-unit system, electrical circuits and machinery, and matrices, and it offers significant updates and additional information, enhancing technical content and presentation of subject matter. As an instructional tool for computer simulation, it uses numerous examples and problems to present new insights while making readers comfortable with procedure and methodology.
The excitement and the glitz of mechatronics has shifted the engineering community's attention away from fluid power systems in recent years. However, fluid power still remains advantageous in many applications compared to electrical or mechanical power transmission methods. Designers are left with few practical resources to help in the design and
The objective of this book is to present methods of power system analysis and design, particularly with the aid of a personal computer, in sufficient depth to give the student the basic theory at the undergraduate level.
Power Systems Analysis provides a thorough understanding of the principles and techniques of power system analysis and their application to real-world problems. Beginning with basic concepts, the book gives an exhaustive coverage of transmission line parameters, symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analysis and power flow studies. The book includes seperate chapters on state estimation, stability analysis and contingency analysis and also provides and introduction to HVDC and FACTS. Relevant topics such as power quality and power management are also dealt with. The book extensively illustrates the use of MATLAB in the analysis of power systems. With its lucid style of presentation, the book should be useful to both students and practising engineers.
Today's readers learn the basic concepts of power systems as they master the tools necessary to apply these skills to real world situations with POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN, 6E. This new edition highlights physical concepts while also giving necessary attention to mathematical techniques. The authors develop both theory and modeling from simple beginnings so readers are prepared to readily extend these principles to new and complex situations. Software tools and the latest content throughout this edition aid readers with design issues while reflecting the most recent trends in the field. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Most textbooks that deal with the power analysis of electrical engineering power systems focus on generation or distribution systems. Filling a gap in the literature, Modern Power System Analysis, Second Edition introduces readers to electric power systems, with an emphasis on key topics in modern power transmission engineering. Throughout, the boo
This comprehensive book is designed both for postgraduate students in power systems/energy systems engineering and a one-year course for senior undergraduate students of electrical engineering pursuing courses on power systems. The text gives a systematic exposition of topics such as modelling of power system components, load flow, automatic load frequency control, economic operation, voltage control and stability, study of faulted power systems, and optimal power flow. Besides giving a detailed discussion on the basic principles and practices, the text provides computer-based examples to illustrate the topics discussed. What makes the text unique is that it deals with the practice of computer for power system operation and control. This book also brings together the diverse aspects of power system operation and control and is a practical hands-on guide to theoretical developments and to the application of advanced methods in solving operational and control problems of electric power systems. The book should therefore be of immense benefit to the industry professionals and researchers as well.