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Power Flow Analysis for Electrical Engineers

Revise the Principles of Power Flow in Power System & Simulate your systems using ETAP, MATLAB, and PW Simulator.
Instructor:
Mostafa Salama
37 students enrolled
English [Auto]
Review on Power System Analysis Principles.
Review on System Modeling Principles.
How to Build Bus Admittance Matrix.
Classification of Buses.
Different Methods of Power Flow Studies.
Modeling and Simulation of Power Flow using Power World Simulator.
Modeling and Simulation of Power Flow using ETAP.

Power or load flow studies are probably the most common of all power system analysis calculations. They are used in planning studies to determine if and when specific elements will become overloaded. Major investment decisions begin with reinforcement strategies based on load-flow analysis. In operating studies, load-flow analysis is used to ensure that each generator runs at the optimum operating point; demand will be met without overloading facilities; and maintenance plans can proceed without undermining the security of the system.

The objective of any load-flow program is to produce the following information:

• Voltage magnitude and phase angle at each bus.

• Real and reactive power flowing in each element.

• Reactive power loading on each generator.

Introduction

1
Introduction
2
Reference Books

Review on Power System Analysis Principles

1
Complex Power - Part (A)
2
Complex Power - Part (B)
3
Complex Power Balance
4
Example (1) - Part (1) using MATLAB SIMULINK
5
Example (1) - Part (2) using MATLAB SIMULINK
6
Example (1) - Part (3) using MATLAB SIMULINK
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Example (2) - Part (1) using MATLAB SIMULINK
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Example (2) - Part (2) using MATLAB SIMULINK
9
Complex Power Flow
10
Complex Power Flow using MATLAB SIMULINK
11
Basics of Three Phase System
12
Basics of Three Phase Power
13
Example of Three Phase Power using MATLAB SIMULINK

System Modeling

1
System Modeling
2
Generator Models
3
Transformer Model
4
Transmission Line Model
5
Load Models

Bus Admittance Matrix

1
Y-Bus Matrix Building Rules - Part (1)
2
Y-Bus Matrix Building Rules - Part (2)
3
Formation of Y-Bus Matrix using MATLAB - Part (1)
4
Formation of Y-Bus Matrix using MATLAB - Part (2)
5
Formation of Y-Bus Matrix using MATLAB - Part (3)
6
Example (1) of Y-Bus Matrix using MATLAB
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Example (2) of Y-Bus Matrix using MATLAB

Introduction to Load Flow Studies

1
What is a Load Flow Study?
2
Example (1)
3
Example (2)
4
Example (3)
5
General Form of Power Flow Equation
6
Classification of System Variables
7
Bus Classification
8
Variable Types and Limits
9
Iterative Computation of Power Flow Equations

Gauss-Seidel Method

1
G-S Method Power Flow Solution
2
Line Flows and Losses
3
G-S Method for Load Buses - Part (A)
4
G-S Method for Load Buses - Part (B)
5
G-S Method for Voltage Control

Simulation using Power World Simulator

1
Create A New Case and Open An Exsisting Case
2
Adding Grid Lines
3
Adding and Editing A New Bus-Bar
4
Adding and Editing A New Generator
5
Adding and Editing A New Load
6
Adding and Editing A New Transmission Line
7
Adding and Editing A New Shunt Capacitor
8
Adding and Editing A New Transformer
9
Model (1)
10
Opening A Line and Disconnecting A Load

Conclusion

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Conclusion
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