EE 456
Course Schedule
Power System Analysis I (Fall 2016)
M, W, F from 9 to 9.50
Place: Howe 1252
Instructor: Dr. Venkataramana Ajjarapu
Date
M, 8/22
Topic
Introduction
Book Chapter
Chapter 2
W, 8/24
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EE 456
Assignment #2
due by September 9, 2016
1. Determine the current I required to establish a flux of 2=0.15mWb
in the section of the core indicated in the Figure 1. Figure 3 provides B
vs H curves
EE 456
Course Structure
Power System Analysis I (Fall 2016)
M, W, F from 9 to 9.50
Place: Howe 1252
Instructor: Dr. Venkataramana Ajjarapu
Course Structure for EE 456, fall 2016
Course :
Electrical En
FORMULA SHEET FOR TEST #1
1. The instantaneous power for single phase
p(t ) VRMS I RMS cos( ) Cos(2t )
2. The instantaneous power for Three phase
p(t) : Vrms I rms 3Cos( ) Cos(2t ) Cos(2t 240 0 ) Cos(
EE 456
Assignment #3
due by September 26, 2016
1. An electric dipole consists of two charges q = +10nC and q = -10nC, placed 16 cm apart as shown
1
2
in the figure. Compute the electrical potential at
FORMULA SHEET FOR TEST #1
1. The instantaneous power for single phase
p(t ) VRMS I RMS cos( ) Cos(2t )
2. The instantaneous power for Three phase
p(t) : Vrms I rms 3Cos( ) Cos(2t ) Cos(2t 240 0 ) Cos(
EE 456
Assignment #4
due by October 7, 2016
1. Derive the distrubute line model expressions for V1(x) and I1(x) in terms of reciveing end
voltagre and reciving end current. Show clealry all the steps