Symmetrical short circuit analysis -symmetrical component transformation -sequence impedances -Z-bus in phase frame and in sequence frame fault matrices -unsymmetrical fault analysis. Unit IV : Power Flow Analysis Problem definition -bus classification -derivation of power flow equation -solution by GaussSeidel and Newton - Raphson methods- P-V bus adjustments for both methods -computation of slack bus power, transmission loss and line flow.
تازه ترين کتاب هاي افزوده شده
Unit V : Stability Analysis Swing equation in state space form -equal area criterion - stability analysis of single machine connected to infinite bus by modified Euler's method using classical machine model -critical clearing angle and time. Multi-machine stability analysis using classical machines model and constant admittance load representation using Runge-Kutta method.
Causes of voltage instability -voltage stability proximity indices for two-bus system. John J. Grainger and Stevenson Jr. Stagg, G. Nagarath, I. Short circuit analysis symmetrical faults 2. Short circuit analysis unsymmetrical faults 3. Transient stability analysis 4. Power plot relay co-ordination 5. Harmonic analysis 6. Solution of load flow problem by Gauss-seidal method 7.
Solution of load flow problem by Newton-Raphson method 8. Solution of economic load dispatch by Lamda iterative method 9.
eeesyll | Power Electronics | Power Inverter
Simulink Solution of load flow problem by fast decoupled method. Unit II : Transmission Line Parameters Resistance - inductance and capacitance of single and three phase transmission lines -stranded and bundled conductors - symmetrical and unsymmetrical spacing -transposition - application of self and mutual GMD -skin and proximity effect - inductive interference with neighbouring circuits.
Unit III : Characteristics And Performance Of Transmission Lines Equivalent circuits for short, medium and long lines -attenuation constant, phase constant, surge impedance - transmission efficiency and voltage regulation - real and reactive power flow in lines - power angle diagram - receiving end power circle diagram - limiting factors of transmission line loadability shunt and series compensation - Ferranti effect and corona loss.
Unit IV : Insulators And Cables Insulators: Types of insulators for overhead lines, voltage distribution in string insulator and grading -string efficiency. Underground cables: Constructional features of LT and HT cables -capacitance -dielectric stress and grading thermal characteristics. Unit V : General Aspects Mechanical design of transmission lines -tariff and economic utilization and conservation of energy. Wadhwa, C. Nagarath I. Despande, M. Unit I : Introduction And Relay Characteristics Need for protection - essential qualities of protective relays - over current relays -directional, distance and differential, under frequency, negative sequence relays -static relays microprocessor based relays.
Unit IV : Circuit Breakers Switchgear -fault clearing and interruption of current various types of circuit breakers selection of circuit breakers -intelligent circuit breakers.
- Infective Endocarditis and Other Intravascular Infections (Current Topics in Infectious Disease).
- Similar titles.
- TRUSTING THE RIVER.
- The Boys of 58!
- Jigsaw Tears (The Seeker Book 3);
- Electric Motors Books | Booktopia.
Patra, S. Warrington A. C Machines and Transformers Constructional details of dc machines-principle of operation of dc generator-emf equation- characteristics of different types of generators. Operation of dc motor-torque equationcharacteristics of different types of motors-starting-speed control- Constructional details and principles of operation of single phase and three phase transformers- equivalent circuit of single phase transformer-losses, regulation and efficiency.
Autotransformers and special transformers. C Rotating Machines Constructional details and operating principle of 3 phase alternator and synchronous motor- synchronizing and parallel operation. Starting of synchronous motor-V curve and inverted-V curves. Constructional features and operating principle of 3 phase induction motors-sliptorque characteristics-methods of starting-speed control; principle of operation and type of single phase induction motors. UNIT II : Special Machines Principle of working and special features of universal motor, repulsion motor, reluctance and hystersis motors, stepper motors, linear induction motor, ac and dc servo motors and tacho generator.
Stability analysis Steady state and transient stability swing equation- stability analysis of single machine infinite bus system.
Rajput R. Edward Hughes. Stagg G. W and El. Abiad A. Mukherjee, and Chakravati. Constructional details and principles of operation of single and three phase transformers losses and efficiency. UNIT II : Synchronous Machines Constructional features Operating principle of three phase alternator and synchronous motor - synchronous motor synchronous motor starting, hunting, synchronizing and parallel operation UNIT III : Induction Motors Constructional features operating principle of three phase induction motors squirrel cage and slip ring slip torque characteristics.
II, 22 nd Edition, Measurement of active and reactive power and phase-shift in AC circuits. Verification of Network theorems Superposition, Thevenin, Maximum power transfer 5. Predetermination of efficiency and regulation of single-phase transformers 6.
Predictive Control of Power Converters and Electrical Drives
Load characteristics of DC motors shunt, series and compound 8. Load test on alternators Synchronous motor characteristics Load test on three phase induction motors Load characteristics of a single phase induction motors. Speed control of DC shunt motor using a armature control b field control. Unit III : Performance Effects of source inductance- Power factor improvement techniques - twelve pulse converters - Dual converters - Design of converter circuits.
Unit V : Resonant Pulse Converters Series and parallel resonant inverters - zero current and Zero voltage switching resonant converters - Two quadrant zero voltage switching resonant converters - Resonant dc link inverters. References 1. Muhammad H.
ISBN 10: 1119942705
New Delhi, Second Edition, Ned Mohan et. Unit I : State Space Analysis Limitations of conventional control theory - Modern control theory: Concepts of state, state variables and state model - State model for linear time invariant systems: State space representation using physical - Phase and canonical variables - Solution of state equation State transition matrix.
Unit II : Decomposition Methods Transfer function from state model - Transfer matrix - Decomposition of transfer functions: Direct, cascade and parallel decomposition techniques. State space representation of linear time invariant discrete time systems - Solution of discrete time state equation.
Benjamin C. Unit I : Generalised Theory Conversions - Basic two pole machines - Transformer with movable secondary - Transformer voltage and speed voltage - Kron's primitive machine - Analysis of electrical machines.
Recent Developments of Electrical Drives
Unit II : Linear Transformations Invariance of power - Transformations from displaced brush axis, three phases to two phase, Rotating axes to stationary axes-Transformed impedance matrix - Torque calculations. Induction Machines: Generalized representation-performance equation - steady state analysis - Transient analysis - Double cage machine - Harmonics - Electric braking. Unit V : Special Machines Generalized repulsion and steady state analysis of schrage motor - Repulsion motor - Single phase series motor - Single phase Induction motor - Inter connection of machines.
Bimbhra P. Adkins B. Seely S. Static and Switching Characteristics of I. Various Turn-ON methods of Thyristors. Speed control of DC motor using thyristor semi-converter. Speed control of 3 phase Induction motor using static Inverter. Unit V : Cyclo Converters Principle of operation - Envelope and phase controlled cyclo converters - Single phase and three phase versions - Circulating current and circulating current free mode of operation Effect of source inductance - Advantages and disadvantages of cyclo converters.
- Wiley eBooks Library.
- Miss Abigails Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage?
- Join Kobo & start eReading today;
Unit I : Converter Fed DC Drives Single phase and three phase drives - separately excited and series motor drives - semi converter and full converter fed drives - General analysis - Evaluation of performance parameters - Dual converter fed drives. Unit II : Chopper Fed DC Drives Single quadrant chopper controlled drives - evaluation of performance parameters for separately excited and series motor drives - Two quadrant and four quadrant chopper controlled drives. Rotor control: Static rotor resistance control - DC equivalent circuit - Torque equation - slip power recovery- static Kramer drive - AC equivalent circuit - Torque expression - static scherbius drive.
Unit IV : Vector Control of Induction Motors Principle of vector control - rotor flux - oriented control, stator - flux oriented control, Magnetizing flux - oriented control of induction machines. Unit V : Special Drives Synchronous Motor Drives: Scalar control - True synchronous and self modes - Vector control - Permanent magnet machine control - Switched reluctance motor and stepper motor drives. Gopal K. Bimal K.
Unit I : Introduction High power devices for power system controllers - characteristics - converters configurations for large power control-Single and three phase converters: Properties - current and voltage harmonics - effects of source and load impedance - choice of best circuit for power systems. Unit II : Converter Control Gate control - Basic means of control - Control characteristics - Stability of control Reactive power control - Power flow analysis: Component models - Converter model analysis of converter - Transient and dynamic stability analysis protection.
Padiyar, K. Rai, G. Daniel, Hunt, V. Kimbark, E. Rao, S. Mathematical Modelling Of Power Electronic Systems: Static and dynamic models of power electronic switches - static and dynamic equations and state space representation of Power Electronic systems. Prentice Hall, New Jersey, TITLE 1. Solution of transcedental equation by numerical techniques. Computing the conduction angle for selective reduction of harmonics by Newton Raphson method. Solution of Matrices using Runge Kutta method. Simulation of speed control schemes for DC and AC motors. Mathematical modeling of Power Electronic Systems.