An overview of modern power systems. Review of the basic concepts used in power system analysis: phasors, complex power, three phase systems and per-unit methodology. Modelling circuit of power system components including transformers, generators, transmission lines and loads. Steady-state and dynamic behaviour of power systems. Network matrices and power flow analysis. Power system fault calculations: symmetrical components, symmetrical faults, unsymmetrical faults. Surge propagation. Power system stability: swing equation, multi-machine applications. Power system protection principles. Power system control, economic dispatch.
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