ELEC5203_Questions_Lecture_3 - 6 What would be the control...

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__________________________________________________________________________________________________ The University of Sydney 22 March 2010 Page 1 of 1 School of Electrical & Information Engineering E LEC 5203 T OPICS IN P OWER E NGINEERING Lecture 3: Questions 1. What is admittance and how is it defined in a complex form? 2. What is conductance? 3. What is susceptance? 4. Why do we use a three-phase system rather than single-phase one most of the time? 5. Can a purely reactive compensator eliminate voltage variations caused by changes in both the real and the reactive power of the load?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. What would be the control requirements of a compensator to act as an ideal voltage regulator? 7. Can a purely reactive compensator maintain both constant voltage and unity power factor at the same time? 8. What is the system load line? 9. How do we achieve frequency control in a power system? 10. Give examples of prime movers. 11. What is spinning reserve, primary and secondary spinning reserves? 12. What is stand-by reserve? 13. What is utility factor and service factor? 14. What is economic dispatch? 15. What are the factors affecting economic dispatch?...
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