Course File - Atılım University | Department of Electrical

```ATILIM UNIVERSITY
ENGINEERING FACULTY
DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS
COURSE SYLLABUS
Lecture+Application
Course Name
Code
Term
Credit
(Hour/Week)
Power System Analysis
EE 451
Spring
3+0
3
Pre-requisite Course(s)
Course Language
Course Type
Course Coordinator
Course Lecturer
Course Assistants
Course Objectives
 Learning the basics in power systems
 Learning current and voltage relations
for short/medium/long transmission
lines
 Understanding
The
Single-Line
Diagram
impedance matrices
 Learning power flow analysis
 Analyzing symmetrical faults
 Learning Symmetrical Components
Theory
 Analyzing unsymmetrical faults
Course Content
Week
1
2
ECTS
5
-English
Compulsory Course
Yrd. Do&ccedil;. Dr. Nuh ERDOĞAN
Yrd. Do&ccedil;. Dr. Nuh ERDOĞAN
Course Learning Outcomes
1.
Be able to work with real, reactive and
apparent powers
2.
Be able to calculate current and voltage
quantities for short/medium/long transmission lines
3.
Be able to calculate per unit quantities
4.
Be able to calculate node voltages for overall
network
5.
Be able to solve power flow problems
6.
Be able to analyze symmetrical faults
7.
Be able to calculate symmetrical components
8.
Be able to analyze unsymmetrical faults
Basic Concepts in Power Systems / Current and
Voltage Relations on a Transmission Line / The
Single-Line Diagram / Per-Unit Quantities /
Impedance and Reactance Diagrams / The Admittance
Model and Network Calculations / The Impedance
Model and Network Calculations/ Power Flow
Analysis / Symmetrical Faults / Symmetrical
Components / Unsymmetrical Faults / Power System
Stability
Weekly Subjects and Related Preparation Studies
Subjects
Pre-study
Basic Concepts in Power Systems
and review them before the lesson
Current and Voltage Relations on a Transmission
notes and glance this week’s
Line
topics from the lecture notes
3
4
5
Current and Voltage Relations on a Transmission
Line
The Single-Line Diagram
Impedance and Reactance Diagrams
Per-Unit Quantities
notes and glance this week’s
topics from the lecture notes
notes and glance this week’s
topics from the lecture notes
notes and glance this week’s
topics from the lecture notes
6
notes and glance this week’s
The Admittance Model and Network Calculations
topics from the lecture notes
7
notes and glance this week’s
The Impedance Model and Network Calculations
topics from the lecture notes
8
Power Flow Analysis
- Gauss-Seidel power flow solution
9
Power Flow Analysis
- Newton-Raphson power flow solution
- Introduction to power flow analysis software
10
notes and glance this week’s
topics from the lecture notes
notes and glance this week’s
topics from the lecture notes
notes and glance this week’s
Symmetrical Faults
topics from the lecture notes
11
notes and glance this week’s
Symmetrical Components
topics from the lecture notes
12
notes and glance this week’s
Unsymmetrical Faults
topics from the lecture notes
13
notes and glance this week’s
Unsymmetrical Faults
topics from the lecture notes
14
notes and glance this week’s
Power System Stability
topics from the lecture notes
15
Final examination period
Review of topics
16
Final examination period
Review of topics
SOURCES
Course
Textbook
1. Power System Analysis, John J. Grainger, William D. Stevenson, Jr., Mc Graw Hill
Series, Int. Edition 1994.
Sources
2. Power System Analysis, Arthur R. Bergen, Vijay Vittal, Prentice Hall, Second Edition,
2000.
Evaluation System
SEMESTER WORKS
Midterms Exams
Projects/ Homework Assignments/ Quizzes
Final Exam
Number
2
4
1
Total
Contribution of In-term studies to overall grade
Contribution of final examination to overall grade
Total
Course Category(%)
Mathematics and Basic Sciences
Engineering
Engineering Design
40
20
40
100
60
40
100
Others (Social
etc.)
30
60
10
0
Correlation between course learning outcomes and program competencies
Program Competency
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Correlation rate
1 2 3 4 5
An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics (including discrete
mathematics, random processes, differential equations, linear
algebra and complex variables), theoretical and experimental
knowledge of science and of Electrical-Electronics Engineering in
modeling and solving of engineering problems
An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering
problems, ability to choose and apply appropriate models and
analysis methods for this
An ability to design a system, component, or process under
realistic constraints to meet desired needs, and ability to apply
modern design approaches for this
An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering
tools necessary for engineering practice, ability to use information
technologies effectively
An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze
and interpret data for engineering problems
An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams, and ability of
individual working
An ability to communicate effectively in Turkish, knowledge of, at
least, one foreign language
Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long
An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility
Skills in project management, risk management and time
management, recognition of international standards and
10 methodologies, ability to think
innovatively and find non-traditional approaches, awareness of
sustainable development
The broad education necessary to understand the impact of
engineering solutions in a global and societal context, knowledge
11
of contemporary issues, awareness of legal issues of engineering
solutions
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Activities
Course Hours
Study Hours Out of Class
Projects/Homework Assignments/ Quizzes
Midterms Exams
Final Exam
Number
14
14
4
2
1
Duration
(Hours)
3
4
10
5
5
Total