Overview
 Videos 176
 Duration 13:11:23
 Branch EEE
 Language English
Course Description
Power System II discusses the transmission lines and their properties, modelling, and performance characteristics. This subject details topics associated with the transmission lines like insulation materials, cables, transients in transmission lines, corona. This subject covers concepts on block diagrams, timedomain analysis, solutions to timeinvariant systems. It covers, indepth, different aspects of stability analysis in the frequency domain and time domain.
Recommended For
B.E/B.Tech Electrical and Electronics Engineering
University
Learning Outcomes
 After going through this course, the student will get a thorough knowledge on the calculation of transmission line parameters, performance analysis of short medium long length transmission lines and factors affecting the performance analysis of transmission lines, transients in power systems, operation of different types of overhead line insulators, sag and tension calculation of transmission lines and detailed analysis of underground cables for power transmission and distribution, with which they can apply the above conceptual things to realworld electrical and electronics problems and applications.
Curriculum


UNIT 1.1 Transmission Line Parameters: Introduction, Parameters of transmission lines, Types of conductors part 1, Types of conductors part 2, Types of conductors part 3, Types of conductors part 4, Inductance of single phase Two line, inductance Symmetrical and asymetrical configration, inductance Symmetrical and asymetrical configration Summary, Concept & calucation GMR & GMD, problem1 on inductance calculation & asymmetrical configuration, problem2 on inductance & asymmetrical configurationpart 1, problem2 on inductance & asymmetrical configurationpart 2, Symmetrical and asymmetrical conductor configuration, Capacitance of single phase two wire line, Capacitance of 3 phase two line with transposed, effect of earth on capacitance of single phase conductor1:57:16



UNIT 1.2 Transmission Line Parameters Problems: Calculation of L & C charging, problem based on GMD & GMR, problem based on effect of earth on capatance, problem on charging current calculation0:35:49



UNIT 2.1 Performance of Short,Medium& Long length transmission lines: Classification of Transmission Lines, Regulation and efficiency of transmission lines, short transmission lines ( STL ), STL  phasor Diagram & Regulation calculation, STLmodelling using ABCD parameters,regulation, STLmodelling using ABCD parameters Efficiency calculation, Medium transmission line representation(MTL), Medium transmission line part 1, Medium transmission line part 2, MTL Nominal ? representation using ABCD parameter, MTL Nominal ? simple way of representation using ABCD, MTL Nominal simple way of representation, MTL representationEnd condenser method and different methods, Long transmission linerigorous solution introduction, Rigorous Solution, Equivalent T & equivalent ?  part 1, Equivalent T & equivalent ?  part 2, Problem on ABCD parameters of MTL  part 1, Problem on ABCD parameters of MTL  part 22:13:15



UNIT 2.2 Long transmission lines problems: Problem on nominal T of MTL  part 1, Problem on nominal T of MTL  part 2, Calculation of regulation using ABCD parameters of MTL, Calculation of regulation & efficiency of MTL  part 1, Calculation of regulation & efficiency of MTL  part 2, Calculation of regulation of MTL  part 1, Calculation of regulation of MTL  part 2, problem on long TL part 1, problem on long TL part 2, problem on long TL part 3, problem on long transmission lines ABCD parameters  part 2, Long Transmission line equivalentT,? networks problem 11:25:40



UNIT 3.1 Power Sytem Transients & Factors governing the performance of Transmission Lines: Introduction of transients, introuction to travelling waves, Velocity of propagating wave, Termination of line with  open circuited line endpart 1, Termination of line with different types of conditions open circuited line end part 2, Termination of line with different types of conditionspart 1, Termination of line with  short circuited end part 2, Line terminated with resistor part 1, Line terminated with resistor part 2, Reflection and refraction coefficients, Line terminated with surge impedence, Line terminated with Tjunction, Introduction to corona, Critical disruptive voltage, Visual disruptive voltage, Corona loss, Factors effecting corona loss part 1, Factors effecting corona loss part 2, Skin effect & proximity effect, Ferenti effect2:24:26



UNIT 3.2 Power Sytem Transients & Factors governing the performance of Transmission Lines problems: problem Line terminated with cable, problem on surge impedence and velocity, problem on Reflected Voltages and currents, problem on line terminated with T junction, Problem on corona  part 1, Problem on corona  part 2, Problem on corona loss0:43:26



UNIT 4 OverHead Line Insulators & Sag,Tension Calculations: Introduction, Strain type of insulator, String efficiency part 1, String efficiency part 2, String efficiency part 3, Methods for improvment, Sag, Sag calcuation for towers at unequal levels, Effect of wind and ice loading on sag calculation, Sag templates and stringing charts, problem on sag calculation for towers at unequal level  part 1, problem on sag calculation for towers at unequal level  part 21:31:56



UNIT 5 Underground Cables: Construction of cables, Desired characteristics of insulating materials, Insulating materials used in cables, Classification of cables, Classification of cables  separate lead cables, Classification of cables  pressure cables, Insulation resistance of single core cable, Capacitance of single core cable, Dielectric stress in a single core cable, Most economical size of conductor in cables, Grading of cables, Capacitance grading, Inter sheath grading, Capacitance of 3 core cables, Measurement of earth,1:55:05

Instructor
Mr. C. Bhanu Prasad M. Tech, (Ph. D)
Bhanu Prasad C did M.Tech from NIT Warangal with Power Systems specialization. He has 10 years of teaching experience. His areas of interest are Power Systems analysis, artificial intelligence techniques in power systems, renewable energy sources integration to power system grid, smart grids, and micro grids.