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The Ohio State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 740  Autumn 2008 Quiz # 4 November 6, 2008 Name (print) ____________________________________________                                          Notice:  There is one problem on the following pages.   Please read the problem carefully. Draw diagrams wherever necessary and show all the steps.  “No aid is given, received or observed” 
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Unformatted text preview: Signature_____________ Grade_____________ 1 Problem # 1: (10 points) Consider the per unit equivalent circuit of the power system given below: Assume all the impedances are given in per unit on 100 MVA base ( for the entire system). Compute: A) The Y-bus model of the system for short circuit studies (in per unit). B) The Y-bus model of the system for power flow studies (in per unit). 2 3...
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  • Spring '07
  • Keyhani
  • #, Ohio State University, Ohio State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, power flow studies, short circuit studies, Y­bus model

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