Year 
1. year  

Semester  Spring 2025 
Level of course  6. Second cycle, advanced 
Type of course  Elective 
Prerequisites  No prerequisites. 
Schedule  No schedule found. 
Lecturer  
Content 
Symmetrical components, Modelling of transformers, lines and cables in the positive, negative and zero sequences based on physical models, The impact of different earthing principles, Methods for power system analysis in steady state operation and during grid faults, Faulty system operation, balanced and unbalanced faults, Symmetrical components and unbalanced fault analysis, Basic protective methods and principles, Load flow calculations in steadystate power system analysis, Model complex power system operation issues for economic and secure operation, Load flow calculations in steadystate power system analysis, Model complex power system operation issues for economic and secure operation, Principles for regular power flow and optimal power flow methods, Power system operation principles and basic functions in energy management system. Optimization techniques to solve fundamental operation problems, N 1 steady state contingency analysis, Transmission lines Transient operation, Insulation coordination, Power system state estimation and the incorporation with phasor measurement units; (Smart Grids). Practical assignments solved in the numerical simulation program Power World.Reading Material: Power System Analysis and Design Sl edition, 6th edition J.Duncan Glover 
Learning outcome  Objectives 
Knowledge: By the end of the course, the students will be able to;• Explain and use the mathematical formulation and use of symmetrical components. • Model transformers, lines and cables in the positive, negative and zero sequences based on physical models• Explain the impact of different earthing principles, • Explain the main principles for modelling and analysis of power systems subject to symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults, • Describe faulty system operation, balanced and unbalanced faults;• Understand and explain basic protective methods;• Use and explain principles for regular power flow and optimal power flow methods, • Describe power system operation principles and basic functions in energy management system. Skills: By the end of the course, the students will be able to;• Apply methods for power system analysis in steady state operation and during grid faults• Apply symmetrical components for unbalanced fault analysis;• Apply basic system protection principles;• Perform load flow calculations and use them for steadystate power system analysis;• Model complex power system operation issues for economic and secure operation;• Apply optimization techniques to solve fundamental operation problems;• Perform N1 steady state contingency analysis;• Perform basic transmission lines transient operation calculations• Apply basic methods of Insulation coordination.Competence: By the end of the course the students will be able to;• Describe, formulate, model and simulate in general power system operation main issues, including power flow calculations, unbalanced faults calculations, system protection and basic insulation coordination and simple transient calculation.• Validate general power system operation issues, calculation and simulations outcome. 
Course assessment 
Written exam, project.

Reading material 
No reading material found. 
Teaching and learning activities 
Lectures and practical sessions.

Language of instruction  English 
