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This Diploma in Power System Engineering is highly-recommended for Electrical Engineering students to learn about the essential concepts in the field of electrical power system engineering. You will have a deeper understanding of underground cables, overhead line insulators, transient overvoltages and insulation coordination in detail. A variety of topics covered in this course, including Corona, sag and tension of transmission line, distribution load flow, voltage stability analysis and application of capacitors in distribution networks and more.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: NPTEL

Course Curriculum

Module: 01
Lecture 1 : Structure of Power Systems and Few other Aspects – I 00:30:00
Lecture 2 : Structure of Power Systems and Few other Aspects – II 00:29:00
Lecture 3: Structure of Power Systems and Few other Aspects – III 00:33:00
Lecture 4 : Resistance and Inductance 00:30:00
Lecture 5 : Resistance and Inductance (Contd.) 00:30:00
Lecture 6 : Resistance and Inductance (Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 7 : Resistance and Inductance (Contd.) 00:32:00
Lecture 8 : Resistance and Inductance (Contd.) 00:29:00
Lecture 9 : Resistance and Inductance (Contd.) 00:34:00
Lecture 10 : Resistance and Inductance (Contd.) 00:33:00
Module: 02
Lecture 11: Capacitance of Transmisson Lines 00:29:00
Lecture 12: Capacitance of Transmisson Lines (Contd.) 00:32:00
Lecture 13: Capacitance of Transmisson Lines (Contd.) 00:32:00
Lecture 14: Capacitance of Transmisson Lines (Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 15: Power System Componets and per-unit system 00:32:00
Lecture 16: Power System Components and per-unit system(Contd.) 00:35:00
Lecture 17: Power System Componets and per-unit system(Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 18: Power System Components and per-unit system(Contd.) 00:35:00
Lecture 19: Power System Components and per-unit system(Contd.) 00:33:00
Lecture 20: Power System Componets and per-unit system(Contd.) 00:00:00
Module: 03
Lecture 21 : Characteristic and performance of transmission lines 00:31:00
Lecture 22 : Characteristic and performance of transmission lines(Contd.) 00:32:00
Lecture 23 : Characteristic and performance of transmission lines(Contd.) 00:30:00
Lecture 24 : Characteristic and performance of transmission lines(Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 25 : Characteristic and performance of transmission lines(Contd.) 00:34:00
Lecture 26 : Load flow studies 00:29:00
Lecture 27 : Load flow studies(Contd.) 00:33:00
Lecture 28 : Load flow studies(Contd.) 00:30:00
Lecture 29 : Load flow studies(Contd.) 00:30:00
Lecture 30 : Load flow studies(Contd.) 00:37:00
Module: 04
Lecture 31: Load flow studies(Contd.) 00:32:00
Lecture 32: Load flow studies(Contd.) 00:29:00
Lecture 33: Load flow studies(Contd.) 00:30:00
Lecture 34: Load flow studies(Contd.) 00:30:00
Lecture 35: Load flow studies(Contd.) 00:30:00
Lecture 36 : Load flow studies (Contd.) 00:35:00
Lecture 37 : Optimal system operation 00:29:00
Lecture 38 : Optimal system operation (Contd.) 00:29:00
Lecture 39 : Optimal system operation (Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 40 : Optimal system operation (Contd.) 00:29:00
Module: 05
Lecture 41 : Optimal system operation (Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 42 : Optimal system operation (Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 43 : Optimal system operation (Contd.) 00:29:00
Lecture 44 : Optimal system operation (Contd.) 00:30:00
Lecture 45 : Three phase fault studies 00:28:00
Lecture 46 : Three phase fault studies (Contd.) 00:33:00
Lecture 47 : Three phase fault studies (Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 48 : Three phase fault studies (Contd.) 00:33:00
Lecture 49 : Symmetrical components 00:29:00
Lecture 50 : Symmetrical components (Contd.) 00:28:00
Module: 06
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Lecture 52: Symmetrical components (Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 53: Symmetrical components (Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 54: Symmetrical components (Contd.) 00:32:00
Lecture 55: Power system stability 00:29:00
Lecture 56 : Power system stability (Contd.) 00:28:00
Lecture 57 : Power system stability (Contd.) 00:31:00
Lecture 58 : Power system stability (Contd.) 00:33:00
Lecture 59 : Power system stability (Contd.) 00:34:00
Lecture 60 : Power system stability (Contd.) 00:40:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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