Place your class number on the upper-left corner of the yellow booklet.) Instructions: In your EE523 activity booklet (Yellow booklet), present a clear and orderly handwritten solution for the problem below. Compute up to 4 decimal places. Show all the steps in the solution. No shortcuts allowed. Solutions must be in accordance with the method of solution in C7 of Stevenson. All answers for Zbus, Ybus, other passive elements must be in rectangular form while answers for voltage, currents, and power must be expressed in rectangular and polar form. Box all final answers. Unboxed final answers will not be considered. In the first few pages of the homework, present the summary of the final answers in all of the items (without solution), followed by the orderly, clear, and complete solution for each item. Submit the whole homework on or before January 30 inside the EE office. A homework that is INCOMPLETE and/or that is submitted after the deadline will NOT be accepted . The one-line diagram of a simple network is given above. The network parameters are given in Tables A and B: Table A: Impedances for sample system (in per unit) Network Element Impedance Generator A 0.1997 + j1.1325 Generator B 0.1997 + j1.1325 Transformer A 0.0174 + j0.0985 Transformer B 0.0174 + j0.0985 Line: 1 – 2 0.0217 + j0.1231 Line: 1 – 3 0.0434 + j0.2462 Line: 1 – 4 0.0695 + j0.3939 Line: 2 – 3 0.0434 + j0.2462 Line: 2 – 4 0.0347 + j0.1970 Table B: Generated Voltages for sample system (in per unit) Network Element Generated Voltage Generator A 1.25 0 0 pu Generator B 0.85 -45 0 pu For the diagram above, determine the following: a. The Network Reactance Diagram.
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