15
READ: From Dr.
McCalleys Notes:
Stability 3
Stability 4
HOMEWORK: Problem
on the next page
Bonus Problem
Assignment for Lecture 15
Complex
Power
E/
V1/1
Generator Bus 1
V2/2
1.01/0o
Bus 2
For the power system shown in the figure, assume that the infini
Assignment for Lecture 16
Calculate how far the angle will increase, max, for the following
set of conditions. (This is similar to an example in Lecture 16.)
Last name letter
Ppre max
Pfault max
Ppost max
(clear - o)
A-E
2.2
0.8
1.7
34o
F-K
2.4
0.7
1.9
38
Assignment for Lecture 15
Complex
Power
E/
V1/1
Generator Bus 1
V2/2
1.01/0o
Bus 2
For the power system shown in the figure, assume that the infinite
bus receives the complex power specified in the following table. All
values are in per unit. The voltage
Assignment for Lecture 20
Consider a 4-unit system similar to the 2-unit system in the lecture examples.
Values of scheduled interchange for an area, S, are in MW.
Name
SRA
RpuA
SRB
RpuB
SRC
RpuC
SRD
RpuD
A-D
200
.05
560
.04
400
.06
320
.05
E-H
240
.05
52
Assignment for Lecture 17 (due on March 25)
Example problem used in class and in previous assignment.
Infinite bus voltage = 1.02 /0o per unit
Generator internal voltage *E* - see the table
P = fault point
a.
For the example system above, calculate the X
Assignment for Lecture 19
The objective of this assignment is to calculate complex power and
the answers should be given in per unit with proper format. Note
the base values given under Table 7.1.
A power system is given in Fig 7.2 with data for the syste
EE 457 Project 3 (Spring 2014) Due Tuesday, March 11
Continue with the study of the expansion of the Eagle Power System by using
the PSSE Power Flow software to find voltages and power flows in the
expanded system. This project begins with the expanded sy
EE 457 Project 4 (Spring 2014) Due Thursday, April 10
Continue with the study of the increased loads in the Eagle Power System by
using the PSSE Power Flow software to find voltages and power flows in the
system when one of the generators has been outaged
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READ: EDC 2 Notes
HOMEWORK: Problem
on the next page
Assignment for Lecture 23 Economic Dispatch
This problem uses data from Problems 11.8 and 11.10 in the textbook
C1(PG1) = 300 + 8.0 PG1 + 0.0015 P2G1
C2(PG2) = 450 + 8.0 PG2 + 0.0005 P2G2
C3(PG3) = 7
Bonus Assignment for Lecture 23
Due on April 15
ACE problem similar to those in the problem 21 . Use the 12-step
solution procedure used in the class examples with the information
in the following two tables. Make sure there are appropriate units
on all a
Assignment for Lecture 19
The objective of this assignment is to calculate complex power and
the answers should be given in per unit with proper format. Note
the base values given under Table 7.1.
A power system is given in Fig 7.2 with data for the syste
Assignment for Lecture 20
Consider a 4-unit system similar to the 2-unit system in the lecture examples.
Values of scheduled interchange for an area, S, are in MW.
Name
SRA
RpuA
SRB
RpuB
SRC
RpuC
SRD
RpuD
A-D
200
.05
560
.04
400
.06
320
.05
E-H
240
.05
52
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REVIEW: Dr.
McCalleys Notes:
Stability 1 to
Stability 4
HOMEWORK: Problem
on the next page
Quiz 2:
In the following, use a base MVA of 100 MVA.
Load: 125 MW at 0.93 power factor lead
a). Find the reactive power to the load in
regular units and in per u
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READ: Cost Rate
Curve Notes
HOMEWORK: Problem
on the next page
HighVoltageDirectCurrentTransmission:ApplicationstoLargeScale
WindIntegration
ABSTRACT:
The old has become new again. Over 100 years ago, in the late 18th century, Edison and
Westinghouse
19
READ: AGC 2 Notes
and compare to
Section 11.1
HOMEWORK: Problem
on the next page
Assignment for Lecture 19
The objective of this assignment is to calculate complex power and
the answers should be given in per unit with proper format. Note
the base valu
17
Exam next time
For Lecture 19 on
March 25
READ: AGC 1 Notes
and compare to
Sections 11.0 11.1
HOMEWORK: Problem
on the next page
?. -
Assignment for Lecture 17 (due on March 25)
Example problem used in class and in previous assignment.
Infinite bus vol
Assignment for Lecture 16
Calculate how far the angle will increase, max, for the following
set of conditions. (This is similar to an example in Lecture 16.)
Last name letter
Ppre max
Pfault max
Ppost max
(clear - o)
A-E
2.2
0.8
1.7
34o
F-K
2.4
0.7
1.9
38
Bonus Assignment for Lecture 15 - due March 11
(A bonus assignment is not required, but allows you to
earn extra points for your homework score.)
In the Project 2 PSSE power flow, you are given the
conductor type and line impedances for each of the 25
lin
20
READ: AGC 3 Notes
and compare to
Section 11.6
HOMEWORK: Problem
on the next page
Assignment for Lecture 20
Consider a 4-unit system similar to the 2-unit system in the lecture examples.
Values of scheduled interchange for an area, S, are in MW.
Name
SR
Assignment for Lecture 17 (due on March 25)
Example problem used in class and in previous assignment.
Infinite bus voltage = 1.02 /0o per unit
Generator internal voltage *E* - see the table
P = fault point
a.
For the example system above, calculate the X
Assignment for Lecture 15
Complex
Power
E/
V1/1
Generator Bus 1
V2/2
1.01/0o
Bus 2
For the power system shown in the figure, assume that the infinite
bus receives the complex power specified in the following table. All
values are in per unit. The voltage
Assignment for Lecture 21
ACE problem similar to those in the lecture. Use the 12-step
solution procedure used in the class examples with the information
in the following two tables. Make sure there are appropriate units
on all answers.
Area 1
Area 2
Load