### Power Systems Analysis

#### Course Description

#### General Competencies

Student will gain knowledge of electric power system modeling and analysis.

#### Learning Outcomes

- describe the procedure of determining the state vector of electrical power system
- explain mathematical procedures of power flow and short circuit calculation
- calculate the state vector of electrical power system
- analyze electrical circumstances in the electric power system
- plan the power system operation
- estimate the power system security

#### Forms of Teaching

**Lectures**Lectrures are given with the use of powerpoint presentations published on the web pages. The lectures are organized through 2 cycles. The first cycle consists of 7 weeks of lectures and 1st midter. Second cycle has 6 weeks of lectures and final exam. The lectures are given in total of 13 weeks, four hours per week.

**Exams**midterm exam, final exam and oral exam

**Exercises**2 hours per week. The exercises follow the lectures with practical and numerical examples. The focus is on the implementation of the solution methods.

**Laboratory Work**6 laboratory exercises

**Experimental Exercises**demonstration of power-flow solution programs

**Consultations**Consultation term is determined on the first lecture in agreement with the students.

**Structural Exercises**design and implementation of a power-flow solution and short-circuit analysis on a network model

**Other**homeworks

#### Grading Method

Continuous Assessment | Exam | |||||
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Type | Threshold | Percent of Grade | Threshold | Percent of Grade | ||

Homeworks | 0 % | 10 % | 0 % | 10 % | ||

Mid Term Exam: Written | 34 % | 30 % | 0 % | |||

Final Exam: Written | 34 % | 40 % | ||||

Final Exam: Oral | 20 % | |||||

Exam: Written | 50 % | 60 % | ||||

Exam: Oral | 30 % |

#### Week by Week Schedule

- Introduction to Power Systems Analysis.
- Network Equations.
- Network models: generators.
- Network models: lines and transformers.
- Network models: voltage control devices.
- Admittance matrix.
- Impedance matrix.
- Numerical methods for load flow.
- Gauss and Gauss-Seidel methods.
- Newton-Raphson and Fast Decoupled Load Flow.
- Sparse matrix algebra in network calculations.
- Simplified models.
- DC models.
- 3-phase load flow.
- Fault analysis.

#### Study Programmes

##### University graduate

#### Literature

*Computer methods in power system analysis*, McGraw-Hill

*Power System Analysis*, McGraw-Hill Education

*Computer Analysis of Power Systems*, Wiley

*Modern Power System Control and Operation*, Springer

#### Lecturers

#### Associate Lecturers

#### Exercises

#### General

**ID**127564

**5**ECTS

**L3**English Level

**L1**e-Learning

**45**Lectures

**30**Exercises

**0**Laboratory exercises

**0**Project laboratory

#### Grading System

**90**Excellent

**80**Very Good

**70**Good

**60**Acceptable