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Typical layout of thermal and hydro power stations-main and auxiliary equipment. Load management: Base and peak loads. Load curves Definitions of load factor, diversity factor, demand factor. Capacity planning. Load forecasting. Capital and running costs for different types of plants.
Different electricity tariffs-flat rate, two part and TOD tariff.
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Generator excitation systems: Speed and excitation control of generators. Load sharing of generators in a system. Stability of power system: Definitions of transient and steady state stability. Swing equation and its solution by step-by-step method.
Equal area criterion for transient stability. Group B Transmission of electrical power: Overhead and underground transmission line configurations. Materials for transmission line conductors and insulators.
Power station and sub-station switchyard and layouts. ACSR conductors, bundled conductors. Overhead line poles, towers and cross arms. Untransposed and transposed 3-phase transmission lines. Overhead, line sag calculation. Effect of wind pressure and ice loading on transmission lines. Transmission line parameters: Resistance, inductance and capacitance calculations.
Skin and proximity effects. Corona and radio interference of EHV lines. Voltage distribution in suspension insulators. String efficiency. Different types of cables. Capacitance of cables. Intersheath grading. Zero regulation condition of power transmission. Regulation and efficiency of medium lines. Propagation constant and characteristic impedance of a long line. Ferranti effect. Infinite line. Wavelength of line. Determination of A, B, C, D constants of transmission lines.
Transmission line charts: Power factor and power angle of a transmission line. Power angle diagram of an interconnector.
Use of shunt and series capacitor in a transmission line. Concept of tree, loop current and node pair voltage. Tie set and tie set matrices-cut set and cut set matrices. Solution of equilibrium equations on loop and node basis. Application of Laplace transforms for solving transient equations of electrical circuits.
Unit step, impulse and ramp inputs. Laplace transform for shifted and singular functions. Fourier series and its applications. Exponential form of the Fourier series. Relation between frequency spectra and.
Laplace transform of the Fourier series. The concept of complex frequency, transform impedance and admittance; series and parallel. Terminals and ports. Driving point and transfer impedances. S-plane representation: Poles and zeros. Time domain behaviour from pole and zero plots. Procedure for finding network functions for general two-port network. Radian frequency and sinusoidal network functions in terms of poles and zeros.
Resonance, Q-factor and bandwidth. Asymptotic change of magnitude with frequency in terms of poles and zeros. The symmetrical lattice.. Group B Field Theory Vectors and vector calculus. Gradient, divergence and curl of a vector. Gauss, Stokes and Helmholtz theorems. Electrostatics: Potential and electric field intensity.
Conducting boundaries, Coaxial spheres and cylinders. Laplace's and Poisson's equations. Electrostatic energy. Uniqueness theorem. Method of images; dipoles. Dielectric polarisation, electric flux density, permittivity.
Boundary conditions. Stationary currents. Ohm's law; E. Resistance of arbitrary shaped conductors. Boundary conditions and refraction, current flow lines. Numerical solutions of Laplace's equation by the method of iterations.
Magneto static : Magnetic field intensity and flux density. Vector potential. Magnetic dipole. Divergence of B. Ampere's law of force. Ampere's circuital law. Differential equation for vector potential.
Magnetic polarisation and permeability. Boundary conditions for and H. Time varying fields: Faraday's law. Dynamically and statically induced E. Inductance and stored energy. Hysteresis loss, Maxwell's equations.
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Displacement current. Deviation of generalised wave equations from v1axwell's equations for the magnetic vector potential.
Plane wave propagation and eddy current phenomenon as solutions of the above relevant equations.
Reflection and refraction of plane waves at the plane boundary of electromagnetic media. Speed control of D. Testing of D. Transformers: Construction of 3-phase transformers. Vector groupings. Connections of 3- phase transformers- Star, delta, zig-zag, Scott and Vee connections.
Grounding transformers. On load tap changing arrangement of transformers. Synchronous machines: Regulation of synchronous generators. Salient pole synchronous machines. Direct and quadrature axis reactances.
Synchronisation of 3-phase generators. Starting of synchronous motors. V-curves for synchronous motors. Synchronous condensers. Load and torque angles of synchronous machines.
Group B Three-phase induction motors: Torque-slip characteristics. Starting maximum and pull out torques. Circle diagram of induction motors. Starters for induction motor. Speed control of induction motor. Testing of induction motor. Single-phase A. Series motor, repulsion motor. Servo motors: D. Measurement of electric quantities such as voltage, current and power and power factor at various frequencies.
High and low value resistance measurement. Magnetic measurements: Flux, permeability a. B H loop. High voltage measurements: D. Frequency and time interval measurement. Group B Control Open loop and closed loop control systems. Concept of linear and nonlinear systems. Transfer functions a block diagrams.
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Signal flow graph. State variables: State equations. Matrix representation of state equations. Relationship between state equations and transfer functions. Time response: Transient analysis of feedback systems - First and second order systems.
Steady state error and error coefficients. Frequency response: Polar plots, Bode plots, logarithmic vs. Stability: Concept and determination of absolute stability. Routh's criterion. Nyquist criterion. Rela1 stability. Determination of gain and phase margin from Nyquist and Bode plots. Root locus: Definitions. Construction of root loci. Root contours, S plane analysis of systems.
Control system components: D. DC machine design: Main dimensions, output equation, choice of number of poles, choice of type of winding, design of commutator and brush gear, design of field poles and field windings.
Armature windings: Basic principles and classification of armature windings, single layer and double layer windings, simple and multiple windings. Different types of AC windings, commutator windings, AC winding factors. Armature reaction in AC machines, causes and elimination of harmonies. Skin effect and eddy current losses in armature conductors.
Design of different types of motor starters, field regulators. Group B Transformer design: Single-phase and three-phase- main dimensions, core and winding design, magnetizing current, losses, reactance of windings, tank design. Induction motor design: Three-phase-main dimensions.
Stator and rotor windings.
Calculation of no load and pull out currents. Torque and speed calculations. Distribution design: Fixing location of distribution transformer. Plotting of load curves and determination of maximum demand. Design of distributors and feeders. Design of domestic wiring. Fossil fuels—solid fossil fuel—coal and lignite, formation, physical properties and chemical properties. Combustion equations.
Liquid and gaseous fossil fuels: Petroleum and natural gas. Physical and chemical properties. Manufactured and by-product gases composition, heating value, use.
Cogeneration and combined cycle generation. Fiuidised bed combustion. Nuclear fission reactions: Fuel isotope energy release in fission. Fertile isotopes. Converter and breeder reactors. Nuclear fusion-fusion reactions.
Energy release in fusion. Advantages and disadvantages of nuclear fusion. Hydro energy; Run of the river and pumped storage systems. Energy and power equations. Available water head. Impulse and reaction type hydro turbines. Environmental effects of conventional energy conversion. Energy conservation and energy audit.
Group B Different forms of non-conventional energy sources: Solar, wind, geothermal, ocean, biogas, etc. Two types of non-conventional energy conversion processes: a Direct conversion to electrical energy, viz, photovoltaic, fuel cells, etc. Solar: Terrestrial solar radiation, solar-thermal conversion, techniques of collection, storage and utilization, types of solar collectors, selective surfaces, thermal processes, power generation, etc.
Photoelectric effect, solar cells, crystalline and amorphous semiconductors as solar cell materials, equivalent circuit and efficiency considerations. Wind: Principles of wind power, wind-turbine operation, state characteristics, small machines, large machines.
Geothermal and ocean: Origin and types of geothermal energy, vapour dominated systems, liquid dominated systems, flashed-steam type. Ocean temperature differences, open cycle, closed cycle, ocean-waves, energy and power from wave, tides, simple single pool tidal system. Biogas: Biogas conversion mechanisms, source of waste, simple digester, composition and calorific value of biogas. Chemical: Principles of electrochemical cell operation, fuel cells, different components of fuel cells, hydrogen-oxygen fuel cells, hydro-carbon fuel cells, Faraday's law of electrolysis and thermodynamics of electrochemical energy conversion, ideal cell voltage, ideal cell efficiency, practical limitations.
Comparative study of conventional and non-conventional energy conversion as regards efficiency, economics and environmental effects. Bipolar junction transistor. Driver circuit, pulse transformer and opto coupler. Cooling and head sinks. Natural and forced commutations. DC choppers, step-down and step- up operations, thyristor choppers and switching mode regulators.
Principle of phase control, circuits for control and UPS. Inverters: Series inverter, domestic inverter, PWM inverter, auxiliary commutated thyristor inverters, complementary commutated thyristor inverters, current-source inverters, pulse converters and hvdc link.
Breakdown of solid: Intrinsic breakdown, thermal breakdown, electro-mechanical breakdown, streamer breakdown. Breakdown of liquid: Breakdown of commercial liquid, cavitation theory, bubble theory, suspended particle theory. Insulating materials. Insulation resistance. Tacking index. The entire printed course material in the form of notes is divided into number of modules consisting of basic concepts and examples to bring out clarity.
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Why Not Book? Well, this a very interesting question. You know, generally a book covers syllabus of all the engineering colleges in India to augment the sale of the book.Regulation and efficiency of medium lines. AC voltage controllers. Arc heating: AC arc heating—different arc electrodes, direct and indirect arc furnace and their power supply systems, electrode regulators, condition for maximum output, necessity of reactor in arc furnace, general arc furnace transformer construction, energy balance in arc furnace, advantages of direct arc furnaces.
Distance protection for transmission lines, three zone protection, tripping circuit, impedance setting for earth fault and phase fault types relays.
Effect of sample hold and dead times.
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