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Power System Stability

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Intermediate level

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10 hours (approximately)
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What you'll learn

  • Formulate the network model equations for rotor angle stability analysis with applications of Equal Area Criterion principle

  • Develop the procedure for determination of voltage stability indices for voltage stability analysis with real time case studies

  • Learn the operation of various types of FACTS controller and their applications with advantages and disadvantages

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May 2024

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Course

Gain insight into a topic and learn the fundamentals

Intermediate level

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10 hours (approximately)
Flexible schedule
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This course is part of the Industrial Power Systems Analysis and Stability Specialization
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There are 4 modules in this course

Let’s begin this course by understanding the concept and need of power system stability followed by a detailed classification of power system stability and derivation of swing equation and power angle equation with its importance in transient or rotor angle stability assessment.

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16 videos2 readings1 assignment1 discussion prompt

This module imparts knowledge on how Equal Area Crietrion (EAC) method can be used for the transient stability assessment of a SMIB System considering various forms of disturbances as case studies supported with solution of numerical examples

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10 videos1 assignment1 discussion prompt

This module aims to explore the basic concepts, types, and characteristics related to voltage stability and illustrate the short-term and long-term voltage stability analysis with suitable case studies.

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13 videos1 assignment1 discussion prompt

This module starts with the introduction to reactive power compensation devices, principle and working of various types of FACTS controllers and its applications and also has explored the use of Power System Stabilizer.

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11 videos1 assignment1 discussion prompt

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