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ECE 422
Power Systems Analysis
Session 1, Page 1/4
Summer 2011
ECE 422: Power Systems Analysis
Summer 2011
DESCRIPTION
Balanced and unbalanced faults, Zbus methods, transient generator models,
stability analysis, fault analysis using commercial programs, and introduction to
power systems protection.
PREREQUISITES
Introduction to Power Systems (UI ECE 421 or equivalent) or instructor’s
permission.
INSTRUCTOR
Brian K. Johnson
CLASS TIME
11:30am-12:20pm MWF, JEB 25
CONTACT INFO
Phone: 208-885-6902 (800-824-2889, ext. 6902)
Fax: 208-885-6165
BEL 214
e-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
OFFICE HOURS
COURSE WEB SITE
M-F: 11:30-12:30 Pacific time –feel free to try any time.
http://www.ece.uidaho.edu/ee/power/ECE422/
DUE DATES
See course web page with assignment due dates/submission instructions
TEXT
One of the following:
A. J.D. Glover, M. S. Sarma, and T.J. Overbye, Power System Analysis and
Design, Fourth Edition, CENGAGE Learning, 2008
B. J.D. Glover, M. S. Sarma, and T.J. Overbye, Power System Analysis and
Design, Fifth Edition, CENGAGE Learning, 2011. Preferred
REFERENCES
1. A.R. Bergen and V. Vittal, Power System Analysis, Second Edition. PrenticeHall, 1999.,
2. W.D. Stevenson, Elements of Power Systems Analysis, 4th Edition. McGrawHill, 1982
3. J.J. Grainger, W.D. Stevenson, Power Systems Analysis. McGraw-Hill, 1994.
4. M. El-Hawary, Electrical Power Systems: Design and Analysis, IEEE PRESS,
1995. Note: this book is available for free download for IEEE members from
IEEEXplore (log in as yourself, go to Books, then select tab for Classics and
search alphabetically.)
You will be required to use MathCAD for several projects during this course. You
can order the latest version of the student edition of MathCAD for a reduced price
through the University of Idaho Department of Civil Engineering (208-885-6782)
say you are in a UI Engineering Course.
SOFTWARE
GSO educational version 15 of Powerworld. If you have the 4th edition of the text,
install the CD and upgrade to the latest version. If you have the 5th edition, follow
instructions on page 24, to go to authors web page at: http://www.powerworld.com
Do not install the trial version. It can’t do stability analysis.
ECE 422
Power Systems Analysis
GRADING:
Item
Homework
Labs/Projects
Exam 1
Final Exam
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Summer 2011
Percent of Grade
25%
25%
25%
25%
A:
B:
C:
D:
F:
90-100
80-89
70-79
60-69
< 60
COURSE OUTLINE
Lecture Topic
Chapter
Introduction/Welcome
Notes
Quick Review of Basics – modeling, solution methods, Powerworld
1-6
Balanced fault analysis, Zbus
7
Symmetrical components
8
Unbalanced faults
9
Synchronous Generators
Notes,11
Transient stability
11
Power systems control
12
Power distribution systems
Notes
Power systems protection
10
Lecture #s
(approx)
1
1-3
4-7
8-12
13-19
20-23
24-32
33-40
41-42
43-45
1. Exams may given as “take homes”
2. Note: homework assignments and projects will require software tools, especially MathCAD
and Powerworld.
ECE 422
Power Systems Analysis
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Summer 2011
GENERAL GUIDELINES:
On-Campus Students:
1. Homeworks handed in after the due date will be worth a maximum of 50%. However, I will
allow extensions if you consult with me in advance and if you have a major schedule conflict
2. Feel free to contact me by phone or e-mail if you have questions and can't make it to my
office easily.
3. We will be scheduling lab sessions using the model power system outside of the normal class
time. We will try to set times that don’t cause problems with your work schedules or the
schedules for your other classes.
Outreach Students:
1. This is not a self-paced class. Engineering Outreach students are expected to finish within
two weeks of the on-campus students.
2. Due dates for homework and projects will generally be specified two weeks later than the
due date for on-campus students. This is the date when your assignment reaches Moscow.
Assignments will be worth a maximum of 50% after the due date, and prior to the due date
plus one week. However, I will allow extensions if you consult with me in advance and if
you have a major schedule conflict.
3. Returned homework and projects may not reach you prior to exams. Please make copies of
any assignments that you believe may be useful before you submit them.
4. Please put your name and the course number on top of the first page of each exam and
homework, especially if submitting by FAX or e-mail. E-mail submission of assignments is
ok, as long as compatible file formats are used. Please copy [email protected]
when e-mailing your homework assignments.
Allowable formats for electronic submission are Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF),
Microsoft Word (*.doc or *.docx), Rich Text Format (*.rtf) or MathCAD 15 (or earlier).
Limit to one or two attached files. I don't want a large number of files with no documentation
on what order to use them.
5. Make sure you number your pages as: 1/4, 2/4, etc., so I know whether or not I have a
complete set. Also make sure writing is dark and clear on the FAX.
6. Phone calls or the use of e-mail for asking questions is encouraged. You are welcome to call
outside of office hours. The Engineering Outreach 800 line is available 24 hours a day so you
can reach me outside of their hours.
7. Library Resources: As a UI student, you not only have access to valuable print and
electronic resources from the university's library, such as access to IEEEXplore, but you also
have the access to personalized assistance from the librarians. If you have assignments or
research questions and aren't sure how to make the most of library resources from off
campus, you can visit the Off-Campus Access information page on the library's website at
http://www.lib.uidaho.edu/offcampus/index.html
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