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Introduction to Power System Course (PCE-3202 ) By: Adisu Teshale (MSc.) Department of Electrical Power and Control Engineering Adama Science and Technology university Adama, Ethiopia E-mail: aditeshfun2007@astu.edu.et Updated on March, 2018

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Course Information Name of the course: Introduction to Electrical power Engineering Course code: PCE-3202 Pre-request Courses: Fundamental of Electrical Engineering (PCE-2101) Target Year/Semester: Third year/ SEM-II Status of Course: Major Compulsory Teaching Methods: Lecture supported by tutorial & laboratory Activities Assessment Method: Assignment (10%), Laboratory activity (15%), Quiz (5%), Mid- Exam (30%), Final exam(40%) Attendance Requirements: 80% lecture and 100% laboratory attendance

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Course Content 1. FUNDAMENTALS 1.1 Introduction 1.1.1 Historical Development of Electric Power System 1.1.2 Source of Energy 1.2 AC and DC transmission 1.3 Single-phase and three-phase transmission 1.4 Complex power 1.5 Structure of a power system Introduction to power transformers, CTs and PTs 2. REPRESENTATION OF POWER SYSTEM COMPONENTS 2.1 Single-phase solution of balanced three-phase networks 2.2 One-line diagram and impedance or reactance diagram 2.3 Per unit (p.u.) system 3. TRANSMISSION LINE PARAMETERS 3.1 Resistance of transmission lines 3.2 Skin effect and proximity effect 3.3 Inductance of single-phase two-wire line, 3.4 composite conductor lines,

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Cont’d 3.5 three-phase line with unsymmetrical spacing, 3.6 double circuit 3-phase lines & bundled conductors 3.7 Capacitance of a two-wire line, 3.8 Three-phase line with equilateral and Unsymmetrical spacing, 3.9 Effect of earth on transmission line capacitance 4. CHARACTERISTICS AND PERFORMANCE OF TRANSMISSION LINES 4.1 Classification of Lines 4.2 Representation of Transmission Lines 4.2.1 Short Lines 4.2.2 Medium Lines 4.2.3 Long Lines 4.3 Steady – State Performance – Efficiency and Regulation 5. MECHANICAL DESIGN OF TRANSMISSION LINES 5. Sag and Tension Calculations 6. Effect of Wind and Ice 7. Stringing chart 8. Sag template

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