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UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS ECE 4334 - Power System Analysis and Control
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Description Development of methods for power system analysis and control. An analysis and design of systems for steady state, transient, and dynamic conditions. Digital Solutions emphasized.
Why take this course? This course is essential for those who will work in the utility, consulting or manufacturing sectors of the power industry including both bulk and industrial systems. The course is concerned with the analysis of power systems and develops the background in automatic generating control and economic dispatch as practiced in modern power engineering.
LEARNING OBJECTIVES Analyze a power system during short circuits. Analyze a power system during normal loading conditions. Design the power system for stable operation Analyze the economics of power production. Develop software for power system analysis. Analyze the control processes in a power system. Design and size switchgear for a power network.
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Three-phase circuits and the per unit system
Models of power system elements
Three phase faults
Load flow analysis
Principles of economic operation
Automatic generation control
Power System Stability