Topic outline

  • General

    This course introduces students to the fundamental concepts of power system analysis which covered the power flow problem analysis, balanced and unbalanced fault analysis. Students will be exposed to the problems commonly encountered in power system engineering practice, analysis and techniques applied to solve some practical problems in power systems.

  • Chapter 1: Introduction

    Expected Outcomes

    Able to have basic understanding about power system engineering

    Able to identify main components of power system engineering

  • Chapter 2: Ybus

    Expected Outcomes

    Able to develop bus admittance matrix to solve power flow solution

  • Chapter 3: Power flow equation

    Expected Outcomes

    Able to identify type of buses in power system

    Able to develop general equation of power flow solution

  • Chapter 4: PF Solution (GS)

    Expected Outcomes

    Able to solve power flow solution using Gauss-Seidel technique

  • Chapter 5: PF Solution (NR)

    Expected Outcomes

    Able to solve power flow solution using Newton-Raphson technique

  • Chapter 6: PF Solution (FD)

    Expected Outcomes

    Able to solve power flow solution using Fast-Decoupled technique

  • Chapter 7: Balanced Fault

    Expected Outcomes

    Able to solve balanced fault analysis

  • Chapter 8: Symmetrical Components

    Expected Outcomes

    Able to solve unbalanced fault analysis

  • Chapter 9: Sequence Impedance Network

    Expected Outcomes

    Able to solve unbalanced fault analysis

  • Topic 10