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Boise State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering ECE 473 – Power System Analysis I Fall 2011 Catalog Data: ECE 473 Power System Analysis (3-0-3)(F/S). Three-phase AC systems, gener- ators, transformers, transmission lines, one-line diagrams, per-unit system, network calculations, power-flow studies, power-flow control and regulation. PREREQ: ECE 212. COREQ: ECE 300. Textbook: [1] J.D. Glover, M.S. Sarma, and T.J. Overbye. Power System Analysis and Design, Fifth Edi- tion . Toronto, Canada: CENGAGE Learning, 2012. References: [2] J. D. Glover and L. F. Dow, “Student Design Projects in Power Engineering,” IEEE Trans- actions on Power Systems , Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 1390-1399 , November 1990. Course Coordinator: Dr. Said Ahmed-Zaid, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Office: Room MEC202H, Phone: 426-4073, Fax: 426-2470 Email: [email protected] Office Hours: Tu-Th 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon. Other Hours: By appointment. Classroom: MEC307 M-W-F 8:40 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. URL: http://coen.boisestate.edu/sahmedzaid/ECE473 Goal: The goal of this course is to model important power system components (transformers and trans- mission lines) and to apply these models in the analysis, design, and operation of modern power systems. Prerequisites by Topic: 1. Single-Phase and Three-Phase AC Circuits (ECE 212) 2. Elementary Matrix Algebra (MATH 333) 3. Basic Electromagnetic Theory (ECE 300) Topics: 1. Historical Perspective. (Chap. 1, 1 Hour) 1.1 History of Electric Power Systems. (Sec. 1.1) 1.2 Present and Future Trends. (Sec. 1.2-1.4) 1.3 PowerWorld (PW) Simulator. (Sec. 1.5) 1.4 Power System Components. 1
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2. Single-Phase and Three-Phase AC Circuits. (Chap. 2, 5 Hours) 2.1 Phasors. (Sec. 2.1) 2.2 Instantaneous and Complex Power. (Secs. 2.2-2.3) 2.3 Complex Power in Balanced Three-Phase Circuits. (Secs. 2.5-2.6) 3. Transmission-Line Parameters. (Chap. 4, 11 Hours) 3.1 Transmission-Line Design Considerations. (Sec. 4.1) 3.2 Line Resistance and Corona Conductance. (Secs. 4.2-4.3) 3.3 Inductance of Solid Cylindrical Conductor. (Sec. 4.4) 3.4 Inductance of Single-Phase and Three-Phase Lines. (Sec. 4.5) 3.5 Inductance of Composite Conductors with Bundled Subconductors. (Sec. 4.6) 3.6 Electric Field and Voltage in a Solid Cylindrical Conductor. (Sec. 4.8)
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