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Course

# Power System Analysis

Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

Course topics:

• Introduction to Power System Analysis
• Single Line Diagram and Per Unit System
• Transmission line Parameters
• Modeling of Transmission Lines
• Steady State Operation of Transmission Lines
• Modeling of Transformers
• Introduction to Power Flow Problem and Bus Admittance Matrix Formulation
• Gauss-Seidel Iterative Solution
• Newton-Raphson Method for Power Flow
• Decoupled and Fast Decoupled Load Flow Solution Methods
• Gauss elimination and Sparsity Techniques
• Introduction to Short Circuit Analysis
• Symmetrical Components
• Sequence Networks
• Short Circuit Calculations (L-G, L-L, L-L-G and 3-phase Faults)
• Bus Impedance Matrix Formulation
• Short Circuit Calculation Using Bus Impedance Matrix
• Introduction to Transient Stability Analysis
• Swing Equation, Equal Area Criterion
Home > Engineering > Electrical Engineering > Power System AnalysisLectures:
• ### Lecture -1 Introduction to Power system analysis

00:59:49Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 2 Introduction to Single Line Diagram

00:59:47Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -3 Transmission Line Parameters

00:59:42Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -4 Inductance Calculation (Three Phase)

00:59:51Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -5 Transmission Line Capacitance

00:59:33Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -6 Transmission Line Capacitance (Contd..)

00:59:54Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -7 Transmission Line Modeling

00:59:54Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -8 Transmission Line Modeling Long Line

00:59:58Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -9 Transmission Line Steady State Operation

00:59:59Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -10 Transmission Line Steady State Control Voltage

00:59:59Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 11 Transmission System A Review

00:59:49Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 12 Transformer Model

00:59:48Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 13 Synchronous Machine Model

01:00:16Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 14 Synchronous Machine Model

00:59:55Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 15 Load Model

00:59:56Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 16 Power Flow - I

00:59:56Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -17 Power Flow - II

00:59:49Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -18 Power Flow III

00:59:45Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -19 Power Flow -IV

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• ### Lecture -20 Power Flow-V

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• ### Lecture - 21 Power Flow VI

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• ### Lecture - 22 Power Flow - VII

00:59:57Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 23 Review of Power System Component Models

00:59:59Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 24 Review of Power Flow Study

00:59:56Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -25 Short Circuit Analysis

01:00:12Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -26 Symmetrical Component Analysis

00:59:57Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture -27 Sequence Networks

00:59:51Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 28 Unbalanced Fault Analysis

00:59:53Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 29 Unbalanced Fault Analysis

00:59:54Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 30 Fault Analysis for Large power Systems

00:59:53Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 31 Bus Impedance Matrix

00:59:54Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 32 Asymmetrical Fault Analysis Using Z - Bus

00:59:54Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 33 Power System Stability - I

00:59:49Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 34 Power System Stability - II

00:59:58Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 35 Power System Stability - III

00:59:55Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 36 Power System Stability - IV

00:59:57Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 37 Power System Stability - V

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• ### Lecture - 38 Power System Stability - VI

00:59:53Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 39 Power System Stability - VII

00:59:56Prof. A.K. Sinha
• ### Lecture - 40 Power System Stability - VIII

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