Electrical power is harnessed using several energy sources, including coal, hydel, nuclear, solar, and wind. Generated power is needed to be transferred over long distances to support load requirements of customers, viz., residential, industrial, and commercial. This necessitates proper design and analysis of power systems to efficiently control the power flow from one point to the other without delay, disturbance, or interference. Ideal for utility and power system design professionals and students, this book is richly illustrated with MATLAB® and Electrical Transient Analysis Program (ETAP®) to succinctly illustrate concepts throughout, and includes examples, case studies, and problems.
- Illustrated throughout with MATLAB and ETAP
- Proper use of positive/negative/zero sequence analysis of a given one-line diagram (OLD) associated with a grid, as well as finger-holding instructions to tackle a power system analysis (PSA) problem for a given OLD of a grid
- On-line evaluation of power flow, short-circuit analysis, and related PSA for a given OLD
- Appropriately learn the finer nuances of designing the several components of a PSA, including transmission lines, transformers, generators/motors, and illustrate the corresponding equivalent circuit
- Case studies from utilities and independent system operators
Table of Contents
Preface. Foreword. About the Author. Acknowledgements. Introduction to Power System Analysis (PSA). Electrical Machines. Generalized Machine Theory. Single Line Diagram and PSA components- Using Electrical Transient Analysis Program (eTAP®) by OTI. Transmission Line Components. Resistance. Capacitance. Equivalent Circuits for Transmission Lines. Impedance and Admittance Matrices for Network Calculations. Symmetrical Components. Load Flow Calculations and Solutions for a given Network. Newton-Raphson Method. 11. Symmetrical Faults. Unsymmetrical Faults. Stability of a Power System. Test Cases. Appendices. References
Hemchandra Madhusudan Shertukde holds a B.Tech from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, as well as an MS and Ph.D in Electrical Engineering with a specialty in controls and systems engineering from the University of Connecticut, Storrs, USA. Currently, he is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering for the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) at University of Hartford, Connecticut, USA. He was also Senior Lecturer at the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), New Haven, Connecticut, USA. The principal inventor of two commercialized patents, he has published several journal articles and written two solo books.