ECE 576 - Power System Dynamics and Stability

Official Description

Detailed modeling of the synchronous machine and its controls, such as excitation system and turbine-governor dynamics; time-scales and reduced order models; non-linear and linear multi-machine models; stability analysis using energy functions; power system stabilizers. Course Information: Prerequisite: ECE 476; credit or concurrent registration in ECE 530.

Subject Area

Power and Energy Systems

Course Director

Description

Modeling of the synchronous machine and its controls such as excitation system and turbine-governor dynamics; time-scales and reduced-order models; nonlinear and linear multimachine models; power system stabilizers; stability analysis using energy function.

Notes

Same as CSE 544.

Topics

  • Synchronous machine models: model in d-q frame using Park's transformation; current and flux linkage models
  • Time-scales and reduced-order models
  • Excitation system representation
  • Turbine governor models
  • Transmission system and load models
  • Interconnected multimachine model and simulation
  • Linearized model of the form x = Ax + Bu and the control problem formulation
  • Small signal analysis
  • Power system stabilizer design
  • Transient stability using energy function methods

Detailed Description and Outline

Topics:

  • Synchronous machine models: model in d-q frame using Park's transformation; current and flux linkage models
  • Time-scales and reduced-order models
  • Excitation system representation
  • Turbine governor models
  • Transmission system and load models
  • Interconnected multimachine model and simulation
  • Linearized model of the form x = Ax + Bu and the control problem formulation
  • Small signal analysis
  • Power system stabilizer design
  • Transient stability using energy function methods

Same as CSE 544.

Texts

P.W. Sauer and M.A. Pai, Power System Dynamics and Stability, Prentice-Hall, 1998.

Last updated

1/29/2014