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.

Prerequisites

Credit in ECE 476
Credit or concurrent registration in ECE 530

Subject Area

Power and Energy Systems

Course Directors

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