Power Engineering: Power System Analysis
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|**Power Engineering: Power System Analysis – Part 1**|
|Power in Single-Phase AC Circuits|
|Review of Single-Phase Power for Power System Analysis||00:13:00|
|Example – Single-Phase Power Systems||00:06:00|
|Complex Power and the Power Triangle – Fundamental Concepts in Power Systems||00:09:00|
|Example – Complex Power in Power Systems||00:10:00|
|Complex Power Flow in Power Systems||00:16:00|
|Example – Complex Power Flow in Power Systems||00:13:00|
|Power in Three-Phase AC Circuits|
|Balanced Three-Phase Circuits in Power Systems||00:08:00|
|Wye-Connected Loads in Power Systems||00:13:00|
|Example – Wye-Connected Loads in Power Systems||00:10:00|
|Delta-Connected Loads in Power Systems||00:10:00|
|Example – Delta-Connected Loads in Power Systems||00:09:00|
|Delta-Wye Transformation of Power System Loads||00:10:00|
|Example – Delta-Wye Transformation of Power System Loads||00:13:00|
|Balanced Three-Phase Power in Power Systems||00:11:00|
|Per-Phase Analysis of Power Systems||00:04:00|
|Example – Per-Phase Analysis of Power Systems||00:11:00|
|**Power Engineering: Power System Analysis – Part 2**|
|Generator Models in Power System Analysis|
|The Synchronous Generator and its use in Power Systems||00:13:00|
|The Power Angle||00:10:00|
|Example – Generator Circuit Model||00:06:00|
|Example – Generator Voltage Regulation||00:03:00|
|Example – Generator Output Power||00:05:00|
|Transformer Models in Power System Analysis|
|The Power Transformer and its use in Power Systems||00:05:00|
|Exact Equivalent Circuit||00:11:00|
|Exact Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Primary Side||00:08:00|
|Approximate Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Primary Side||00:06:00|
|Approximate Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Secondary Side||00:03:00|
|Simplified Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Primary Side||00:04:00|
|Simplified Equivalent Circuit Referred to the Secondary Side||00:03:00|
|The Per-Unit System in Power System Analysis|
|Introduction to the Per-Unit System and its use in Power System Analysis||00:07:00|
|Example – Per-Unit Calculations||00:05:00|
|Transmission Line Models in Power System Analysis|
|Introduction to Transmission Lines and Their Use in Power Systems||00:04:00|
|The Short Length Transmission Line Model||00:10:00|
|Example – Short Line Models||00:11:00|
|**Power Engineering: Power System Analysis – Part 3**|
|Power Flow (Load Flow) Analysis in Power Systems|
|Introduction to Power Flow Analysis in Power Systems||00:04:00|
|The Bus Admittance Matrix of a Power System||00:20:00|
|Example – Calculating the Bus Admittance Matrix of a Power System||00:09:00|
|Power Flow (Load Flow) Studies in Power Systems||00:11:00|
|The Power Flow Equation||00:07:00|
|The Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 1||00:15:00|
|The Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 2||00:14:00|
|Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 1||00:17:00|
|Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 2||00:13:00|
|Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 3||00:11:00|
|Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 4||00:10:00|
|Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 5||00:08:00|
|Example – Gauss-Seidel Power Flow Method – Part 6||00:18:00|
|Short Circuit Analysis of Balanced Faults in Power Systems|
|Introduction to Short Circuit Analysis of Power Systems||00:06:00|
|Balanced (Three-Phase) Faults in Power Systems||00:07:00|
|Short Circuit Analysis of Unbalanced Faults in Power Systems|
|Introduction to Symmetrical Components and its use in Power Engineering||00:15:00|
|Positive, Negative, and Zero Sequence Voltages in Power Systems||00:07:00|
|Positive, Negative, and Zero Sequence Currents in Power Systems||00:06:00|
|Positive, Negative, and Zero Sequence Impedances in Power Systems||00:09:00|
|**Power Engineering: Power System Analysis – Part 4**|
|Power Engineering: Power System Analysis - Part 4|
|Definition of Stability in Power Systems||00:06:00|
|Definition of Steady-State Stability of Power Systems||00:02:00|
|Definition of Transient Stability of Power Systems||00:04:00|
|The Swing Equation in Power Systems||00:18:00|
|Synchronous Machine Reactances During Transients||00:10:00|
|The Power Angle Curve||00:08:00|
|Steady-State Stability of Power Systems|
|Natural Frequency of Oscillation||00:07:00|
|Damped Frequency of Oscillation||00:05:00|
|Rotor Angles During Transients||00:03:00|
|Frequency During Transients||00:02:00|
|Response Time Constant and Settling Time||00:03:00|
|Assignment – Power Engineering: Power System Analysis||3 weeks, 3 days|
|Order Your Certificate QLS||00:00:00|