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Sheet Name
Point of Contact
Admin Configuration data
Pre-requisite data
User Information

IT Point of Contact from Atharva College of Engineeri


Name
Email ID
Mobile Number

Prerequisites for the initial setup of IonCUDOS - Admin Configuration


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Dept <Name>
Department Details
Department Name
Department Acronym
Chairman (HoD) Email
Mobile number of HoD
Year of Establishment

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Program details for each program


Program Type
Program Mode
Specialization
Specialization Acronym
Number of Terms/Semester
Total no. of Credits
Term Max. Credits
Term Min. Credits
Program Title
Program Acronym
Maximum Duration
Minimum Duration
Term Max. Duration
Term Min.Duration
No. of Topics Units

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BOS Member(s)
Member's email (can be HoD)
Member's email (can be HoD) (optional)

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Assessment Method
Assessment Method
Rubrics

IonCUDOS - Admin Configuration


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Course Domain / Verticals


Course Domain Names ELEMENTS OF POWER SYSTEM
Course Domain Description (not mandatory)
Course
Course Title - ELEMENTS OF POWER SYSTEM
Course Code
Type of Course Core
Course Acronym EPS
Lecture Credits 40
Tutor Credits 40
Practical Credits (if any) 0
Self Study Credits 20
Total Credits 100
Course Domain - Electrical
Prerequisite Courses (if any) BEE, EN
Course Owner Rajeev Valunjkar
Department of Course Reviewer Mrs Priyanka Tripathi
Course Reviewer Mrs Priyanka Tripathi
Contact Hours 50
CIE Marks 50
SEE Marks 50
Total Marks 100
SEE Duration (hours) 3
Course Outcomes
Course Outcome Statements
Analyze performance requirements of Transmission Line and find R, L , C required
Analyze requirement and select appropriate configuration of Transmission Line and do
mechanical
design
of Transmission
understand PU
system
and ability toLine
prepare reactance/impedance diagram
Understand Insulator Types and their Applications. And Understand and improve performance
of
insulators
How
Substation ground grid is designed
Ability Derive equations for finding R, L, C of Transmission Line and find RLC for a line

CO to PO Mapping (Coursewise)
Mapping details (along with OEs and and their respetive PIs)
Analyze performance requirements of Transmission Line and find R, L , C required
Analyze requirement and select appropriate configuration of Transmission Line and do
mechanical
design
of Transmission
understand PU
system
and ability toLine
prepare reactance/impedance diagram
Understand Insulator Types and their Applications. And Understand and improve performance
of
insulators
How
Substation ground grid is designed
Ability Derive equations for finding R, L, C of Transmission Line and find RLC for a line

Topics
Topic Content
Introduction to power system
Calculation of RLC
Performance of Transmission Line
Mechanical Design of Transmission Line
Insulators
Cables
Safety

Topic
Duration

Topic Learning Outcomes


Introduction:Typical AC supply system, comparison between DC and AC
, choicesystem
of working voltage for transmission and distribution
supply
Resistance, skin effect and proximity effect
Definition of inductance, inductance of single phase two wire line,
conductor types, bundled conductors.

L1
L1
L2
L3

Inductance of composite conductor,


single circuit three phase line, double circuit three phase line
Capacitance
Potential difference between two conductors of a group of
parallel conductors, capacitance of a two wire line, three phase
line with equilateral spacing, three phase line with
unsymmetrical spacing earth effect on transmission line
capacitance, bundled conductors, method of GMD
Performance of transmission line
Representation of power system components Single phase solution of
balanced three phase networks.
One line diagram, impedance and reactance diagram. Per unit (p.u.)
system, per unit impedance diagram, representation of loads
Transmission line model
Short line model. Regulation and efficiency phasor diagram
Medium Line Model Reg and Effi , Phasor Diagram
Problems
Long Line Model
Efficiency and Reg. Feranti Effect,SIL, TPL
Power Flow and Problems
Overhead Transmission Line
Mechanical design of transmission line
Components of overhead lines, types of towers- A type, B type, C type, D
Conductor
configuration,
spacing
and
clearance
span lengths, sag and
type and double
circuit tower,
cross
arms,
conductor
Problem
tension
Overhead line Insulators
Types of insulators. String efficiency, methods of equalizing potential
Problem
, grading of cable, selection of cable,

Comparison between overhead line transmission with underground cabling


Grounding and safety techniques
system
Measurement of earth resistance. Soil resistivity, tolerable limits of body
, actual step
and touch
voltage,
of tower footing resistance,
currents,
tolerable
step and
touchmeasurement
voltage
Problems
counterpoise methods of neutral grounding, grounding practices

L3

L3

L1
L3
L1

l4
L3
L1
L3
L3

L1
L1
L2
L1

L4

Analyze performance requirements of


Transmission Line and find R, L , C required

TLO to CO Mapping

Introduction:Typical AC supply system, comparison between DC and AC


, choicesystem
of working voltage for transmission and distribution
supply
Resistance, skin effect and proximity effect

X
X

Definition of inductance, inductance of single phase two wire line


, conductor types, bundled conductors.

X
X

Inductance of composite conductor,


single circuit three phase line, double circuit three phase line
Capacitance
Potential difference between two conductors of a group of
parallel conductors, capacitance of a two wire line, three phase
line with equilateral spacing, three phase line with
unsymmetrical spacing earth effect on transmission line
capacitance, bundled conductors, method of GMD
Performance of transmission line
Representation of power system components Single phase solution of
One line diagram,
impedance
and reactance diagram. Per unit (p.u.)
balanced
three phase
networks.
system, per unit impedance diagram, representation of loads
Transmission line model
Short line model. Regulation and efficiency phasor diagram
Medium Line Model Reg and Effi , Phasor Diagram
Problems
Long Line Model
Efficiency and Reg. Feranti Effect,SIL, TPL
Power Flow and Problems
Overhead Transmission Line
Mechanical design of transmission line
Components of overhead lines, types of towers- A type, B type, C type, D
Conductor
configuration,
spacing
and
clearance
span lengths, sag and
type and double
circuit tower,
cross
arms,
conductor
tension
Overhead line Insulators
Types of insulators. String efficiency, methods of equalizing potential
Underground Cable
General construction, types of cable- PVC insulated, XLPE,Paper
insulation resistance
single core cable, capacitance of single core cable
impregnated,
mineralofinsulated,
, grading of cable, selection of cable,
Comparison between overhead line transmission with underground cabling
system

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Grounding and safety techniques


Measurement of earth resistance. Soil resistivity, tolerable limits of body
, actual step
and touch
voltage,
of tower footing resistance,
currents,
tolerable
step and
touchmeasurement
voltage
Problems
counterpoise methods of neutral grounding, grounding practices

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Ability Derive equations for finding R, L, C of


Transmission Line and find RLC for a line

How Substation ground grid is designed

Understand, analyze and select cables

Understand Insulator Types and their


Applications. And Understand and improve
performance of insulators

understand PU system and ability to prepare


reactance/impedance diagram

Analyze requirement and select appropriate


configuration of Transmission Line and do
mechanical design of Transmission Line

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I
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CLO4

CLO5

CLO6

CLO4

CLO5

CLO6

CLO4

CLO5

CLO6

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Bipolar Junction Transistors
Diodes
Feedback amplifiers
MOS Field Effect Transistors

Oscillators
Output Stages and Power amplifiers
Transistors at high frequency
Transistors at low frequency
Topic 1. Symmetrical Fault Analysis

Topic 2 Symmetrical Component


Unsymmetrical Faults

Power System Transients

Insulation Coordination

Corona
Uncompensated Transmission Lines

Topic 1. Symmetrical Fault Analysis

Topic 2 Symmetrical Component


Unsymmetrical Faults

Power System Transients

Insulation Coordination

Corona
Uncompensated Transmission Lines

Course Domain / Verticals


Course Domain Names
Course Domain Description (not mandatory)
Course
Course Title - Power System Analysis
Course Code EEC213
Type of Course Core
Course Acronym PSA
Lecture Credits 40
Tutor Credits 40
Practical Credits (if any) 0
Self Study Credits 20
Total Credits 100
Course Domain - Electrical
Prerequisite Courses (if any) Basic Electrical and Electronics
Course Owner Rajeev Valunjkar
Department of Course Reviewer Electrical
Course Reviewer Priyanka Tripathi
Contact Hours 50
CIE Marks 50
SEE Marks 50
Total Marks 100
SEE Duration (hours) 3
Course Outcomes
Course Outcome Statements
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2.
3.

4.
5.
6.

Able to understand per unit system.


Able to understand Positive Sequence, Negative & zero sequence system and fault analysis.
Able to understand basics of Corona, Sag and other problems arise in Transmission Lines.
Able to understand overvoltages due to Lightning strikes and switching.
Able to understand insulation co-ordination.
Analyse and apply effect of power factor, loading , length of line on design of TL

Mapping details (along with OEs and and their respetive PIs)

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.
6.

PO
Reference
a (01)

Able to understand per unit system.


Able to understand Positive Sequence, Negative & zero sequence system and fault analysis.
Able to understand basics of Corona, Sag and other problems arise in Transmission Lines.
Able to understand overvoltages due to Lightning strikes and switching.
Able to understand insulation co-ordination.
Analyse and apply effect of power factor, loading , length of line on design of TL

Topics
Topic Content
Symmetrical Fault Analysis
Symmetrical Component
Unsymmetrial Fault Analysis
Power System Transients

Topic
Duration

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insulation coordination
corona
uncompensated transmission line
Topic Learning Outcomes
Topic Learning Outcome Statements
Student will understand difference between Salient Pole and Round Rotor
Student will understnd how flux level changes when a fault occurs at the
Generator
Student
appropriate
for a given
problem
terminalswill
of select
generator
and howreactance
& why reactance
changes
with time . Also
1)only
onecurrent
sourcechanges
of supplywith
2) Two
sources of current on both sides of fault
how
fault
time.
Student will understand Ratings of circuit breaker
Student will demonstrate calculation of Ratings of circuit breaker
Student will demonstrate calculation of Ratings of circuit breaker when one
Student
will be
to explain
concept
of Infinite
of the source
is able
specified
with Short
circuit
level bus and will be able to
Algorithm
for Zbus
solve
problem
with infinite bus
Student will be able to generate 3 bus Z matix for finding fault current
One Simple Mesh Problem
Student will understand how fortsque's theory can be applied to solve
unsymmetrical fault analysis problem

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9
Bloom's
Level
L1
L2
L2
L3
L3
L3
L3
L4

Student will understand Positive/Negative/Zero Sequence networks

L2
L2
L3
L3

Analyze transients to understand arcing grounds, capacitance switching,


Analyzechopping
and apply different overvoltage protective devices
current
Understand lightning phenomena and analyze overvoltages due to
Understand protection from lightning
lightning
Understand and Explain Travelling waves

L1
L2
L2
L2
L3

Analyze insulation requirements of a power system


Understand and design(coordinate) insulation of different protective
devices and other equipments like Transformer and motor, line etc
Understand and explain Corona, it's advantages and dis-advantages

L4
L5

Understand effect of load- power factor on voltage and reactive power,


Understand
and explain
Corona,
it's advantages
and
dis-advantages
Maximum
power
and stability
considerations,
load
power,
line length

L4
L4

Understand effect of load- power factor on voltage and reactive power,


Maximum power and stability considerations, load power, line length

L4

Topic Learning Outcome Statements

Student will understand difference between Salient Pole and Round Rotor
Student will understnd how flux level changes when a fault occurs at the
Generator
Student will
appropriate
for a given
problem
terminals
of select
generator
and howreactance
& why reactance
changes
with time . Also
how fault current changes with time.

L2

1. Able to
understand per
unit system.

Students will be able to evaluate LG/LL/LLG faults

1)only one source of supply 2) Two sources of current on both sides of fault
Student will understand Ratings of circuit breaker
X
Student will demonstrate calculation of Ratings of circuit breaker
Student will be able to explain concept of Infinite bus and will be able to
Algorithm
for Zbus
solve
problem
with infinite bus
Student will be able to generate 3 bus Z matix for finding fault current
One Simple Mesh Problem
Student will understand how fortsque's theory can be applied to solve
unsymmetrical fault analysis problem
Students will be able to evaluate LG/LL/LLG faults
Student will understand Positive/Negative/Zero Sequence networks

Analyze transients to understand arcing grounds, capacitance switching,


Analyzechopping
and apply different overvoltage protective devices
current
Understand lightning phenomena and analyze overvoltages due to
Understand protection from lightning
lightning
Understand and Explain Travelling waves
Analyze insulation requirements of a power system
Understand and design(coordinate) insulation of different protective
devices and other equipments like Transformer and motor, line etc
Understand and explain Corona, it's advantages and dis-advantages
Understand effect of load- power factor on voltage and reactive power,
Understand
and explain
Corona,
it's advantages
and
dis-advantages
Maximum
power
and stability
considerations,
load
power,
line length
Understand effect of load- power factor on voltage and reactive power,
Maximum power and stability considerations, load power, line length

X
X

PO
Statements' An ability to
apply
knowledge
of science, PO Types PO
mathematics TECHNICA Reference
and
L
b (02)
engineering
to solve
Electrical
engineering
x
problems.
x
x
x
x

PO
Statements' An ability to
identify,
PO Types PO
formulate
and solve
TECHNICA Reference
engineering L
c (03)
problems in
the field of
Electrical
x
Engineering.

PO
Statements' An ability to
PO Types
design
systems,
TECHNICA
components L
or processes
of Electrical
engineering.
x

X
X
X

Analyse and
apply effect of
power factor,
loading , length of
line on design of
TL

6.

Able to
understand
insulation coordination.

5.

2. Able to
understand
Positive
Sequence,
Negative & zero
sequence system
3.
and Able
fault to
analysis.
understand basics
of Corona, Sag
and other
problems arise in
Transmission
Lines.Able to
4.
understand
overvoltages due
to Lightning strikes
and switching.

X
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X
X
X
X

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X
X
X

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CLO4

CLO5

CLO6

CLO4

CLO5

CLO6

CLO4

CLO5

CLO6

PO
Statements' An ability to
design
experiments,
conduct
PO
experiments/ PO Types PO
Reference simulations, TECHNICA Reference
d (04)
analyze data, L
e (05)
interpret
results and
apply the
same to
improve
processes.

PO
Statements' An ability to
use the
techniques,
skills and
PO Types PO
modern
engineering TECHNICA Reference
tools
L
f (06)
necessary for
Electrical
and
Electronics
engineering
practice.

PO
Statements' An ability to
demonstrate
the
knowledge
of
contemporar
y issues.

j
H
H

PO
Statements' An ability to
pursue broad
education
necessary to
understand
PO Types PO
PO Types
the impact of
PROFESSIO Reference
PROFESSIO PO Reference h (08)
engineering
NAL
g (07)
NAL
solutions in
a global
economic,
environment
al and
societal
context.

PO Statements' - An
ability to develop practical
solution for Electrical
engineering problems
under professional and
ethical constraints.

PO Types TECHNICAL PO Reference i (09)

PO Statements' An
ability to function
effectively in teams.

PO Types
PROFESSIONAL

PO Reference j (10)

PO Statements' - An
ability to communicate
through both the written
medium and oral
presentation.

PO Types
PROFESSIONAL

PO Reference k (11)

PO Statements's -Am
ability to demonstrate
knowledge and manage
projects in
multidisciplinary
environments.

PO Types TECHNICAL PO Reference l (12)

PO Statements' - An
ability to recognize the
need for lifelong learning
and possess skills to
maintain and improve
technical and nontechnical abilities.

PO Types
PROFESSIONAL