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Course Synopsis

This course is divided into four parts. Part I, consisting of topic introduction to power system, the main problem in power system, single-line diagram, representation of power system, bus admittance and impedance matrix. Part II, consisting of topic power flow solution by means of Gauss-Seidel, Newton-Raphson, Decoupled and Fast-Decoupled method. Part III, consisting of topic symmetrical fault, symmetrical component and unsymmetrical fault. Part IV,
consisting of topic power system stability with equal area and step by step method. The students are introduced to MiPower software in the laboratory session.


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