Category: MODERN POWER SYSTEM

Loading Capability

Loading Capability: There are three kinds of limitations for loading capability of transmission system: (i) Thermal (ii) Dielectric (iii) Stability Thermal capability of an overhead line is a function of the ambient temperature, wind conditions, conditions of the conductor, and ground clearance. There is a possibility of converting a single-circuit to a double-circuit line to […]

Introduction to Compensation in Power System

Introduction to Compensation in Power System: Introduction to Compensation in Power System – For reduction of cost and improved reliability, most of the world’s electric power systems continue to be interconnected. Interconnections take advantage of diversity of loads, availability of sources and fuel price for supplying power to loads at minimum cost and pollution with […]

Application of Power System State Estimation

Application of Power System State Estimation: Application of Power System State Estimation – In real-time environment the state estimator consists of different modules such as network topology processor, observability analysis, state estimation and bad data processing. The network topology processor is required for all power system analysis. A conventional network topology program uses circuit breaker […]

Treatment of Bad Data

Treatment of Bad Data: Treatment of Bad Data – The ability to detect and identify bad measurements is extremely valuable to a load dispatch centre. One or more of the data may be affected by malfunction­ing of either the measuring instruments or the data transmission system or,both. Transducers may have been wired incorrectly or the […]

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