Power System Analysis I

Power System Analysis I Bachelor of Engineering(BE) videos According to syllabus of Institute of Engineering(IoE), Tribhuvan University (TU)

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  • "After Completion of this Course, Students will get complete knowledge of Power System Analysis I, based on syllabus of IoE and will be able to secure good score in IoE exam."

Curriculum for this course
155 Lessons 23:00 Minutes
0. Introduction
1 Lessons 15 Minutes
  • Introduction Of Contents 15 Minutes Free
  • 1. Introduction of Contents 08 Minutes Free
  • 2. Power System Evolution 06 Minutes Free
  • 3. Generation, Transmission and distribution Concept 15 Minutes
  • 4. Advantage of three phase over 1-phase 04 Minutes
  • 5. Advantage of High Voltage Transmission line 07 Minutes
  • 6. Limitation of High Voltage 04 Minutes
  • 7. Main Energy Sources 18 Minutes
  • 8. Renewable Source of energy 18 Minutes
  • 9. Power System Components 19 Minutes
  • 10. HVAC and HVDC Transmission Mode of Power System 09 Minutes
  • 2078 baisakh 1.a 09 Minutes
  • 1. Contents 03 Minutes
  • 2. single phase represantation of three phase system 03 Minutes
  • 3. Single Line Diagram 04 Minutes
  • 4. Impedance and Reactance Diagram 04 Minutes
  • 5. Complex Power 05 Minutes
  • 6. Direction of Power Flow 12 Minutes
  • 7. Numerical Example-1 12 Minutes
  • 8. Per Unit System 07 Minutes
  • 9. Change of Base 06 Minutes
  • 10. Numerical example-2 16 Minutes
  • 11. Numerical example 3 16 Minutes
  • 12. Numerical Example-4 17 Minutes
  • 13. Advantage, Limitation and Application of Per Unit System 06 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction of contents 04 Minutes
  • 2. Line Inductance 03 Minutes
  • 3. Flux Linkage in a Conductor due to Internal flux 09 Minutes
  • 4. External Flux Linkage of a Conductor 05 Minutes
  • 5. Skin Effect and Proximity Effect 05 Minutes
  • 6. Inductance of Single Phase Two Wire Line 06 Minutes
  • 7. GMR Calcualtion (Numerical example-1) 11 Minutes
  • 8. GMR Calculation (Numerical example-2) 04 Minutes
  • 9. Flux Linkage of Conductor in a Group 08 Minutes
  • 10. Boundled Conductor 03 Minutes
  • 11. Inductance of Symmetrical Spacing between Conductor 06 Minutes
  • 12. Inductance of Three Phase Line for Unsymmetrical Spacing Between the Conductor 15 Minutes
  • 13. Inductance of Boundled Conductor 08 Minutes
  • 14. Numerical Example 12 Minutes
  • 15. Inductance of double Circuit three phase Line 05 Minutes
  • 16. Numerical Example-4 11 Minutes
  • 17. Capacitance of Line 04 Minutes
  • 18. Capcitance Between single phase two wire Line 08 Minutes
  • 19. Capacitance of 3-phase line in Symmetrical spacing 13 Minutes
  • 20. Numerical Example-5 04 Minutes
  • 21. Numerical Example-6 06 Minutes
  • 22. Capacitance considering effect of Earth 16 Minutes
  • 23. Numerical Example-7 08 Minutes
  • 1. Course Contents 03 Minutes
  • 2. Voltage Distribution across the discs in insulator string 08 Minutes
  • 3. String Effeciency 03 Minutes
  • 4. Numerical Example-4 07 Minutes
  • 5. Numerical example-2 09 Minutes
  • 6. Comparision of Overhead and Underground Line 06 Minutes
  • 7. Line Supports 07 Minutes
  • 8. Spacing between Conductor and Stranded Conductors 04 Minutes
  • 9. Overhead Line Insulator and its materials 07 Minutes
  • 10. Types Of Insulator 07 Minutes
  • 11. Construction of Underground Cable 06 Minutes
  • 12. Fundamental requirement of Insulating material used in cable 02 Minutes
  • 13. Classification of Cable 08 Minutes
  • 14. Numerical example-4 13 Minutes
  • 15. Insulation Resistance 02 Minutes
  • 16. Dielectric Stress in Cable 05 Minutes
  • 17. cables fault and location of fault 05 Minutes
  • 18. Murrary Loop test for location of fault 03 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction of Contents 02 Minutes
  • 2. Classification of Transmission Line 04 Minutes
  • 3. Short Transmission Line 05 Minutes
  • 4. Voltage Regulation of Short Transmission line 12 Minutes
  • 5. Numerical Example-1 09 Minutes
  • 6. Numerical Example-2 08 Minutes
  • 7. Nominal 'Pi' Model of Medium Transmission Line 12 Minutes
  • 8. Nominal 'T' model of medium Transmission Line 06 Minutes
  • 9. Numerical Example-3 15 Minutes
  • 10. Numerical Example-4 14 Minutes
  • 11. Long Transmission Line 19 Minutes
  • 12. Equivalent pi model of Long Transmission Line 10 Minutes
  • 13. Equivalent 'T' Model of Long Transmission Line 07 Minutes
  • 14. Numerical Example-5 23 Minutes
  • 1. Introduction of Content 03 Minutes
  • 2. Power Flow Through Transmission Line 15 Minutes
  • 3. Power Angle Curve 16 Minutes
  • 4. Transmission Line as a Source and Sink of Reactive Power 08 Minutes
  • 5. Surge Impedance Loading 07 Minutes
  • 6. Ferranti Effect 09 Minutes
  • 7. Reactive Compensation of Transmission Line 05 Minutes
  • 8. Shunt Capacitor Compensation 04 Minutes
  • 9. Shunt Reactor Compensation 04 Minutes
  • 10. Series Capacitor Compensation 03 Minutes
  • 11. Synchronous Compensation 07 Minutes
  • 12. Numerical Example-1 05 Minutes
  • 13. Numerical example-2 11 Minutes
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    • "Students are required to have knowledge of basic knowledge of Power System Analysis, based on syllabus of IoE "
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    The videos herein are strictly based on syllabus of Institute of Engineering Tribhuvan University, Nepal promoting "e-Learning in Nepal" and are made with intention to provide guidance to the "Bachelor in Engineering(BE) appearing students", for securing good results. The course tries to cover all the lessons of Power System Analysis I with the solution of most frequently asked questions in final exam of BE with fundamental theories and numerical solutions. We strongly believe that, viewers will be benefited from these videos and the thirst of curiosity of viewers will be quenched! Feedbacks and suggestion to improve are always welcome and highly appreciated!

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