University of Roorkee
Power System Engineering (PSE)
EE-501 Advanced Microprocessors & Applications Same as in (M & I)
EE-502 Advanced Control Theory Same as in (PAED)
EE-541 Electrical Power Apparatus
The course starts with analysis of syrchronous and induction machine s and transformers and ends up with details of power capacitor & syrchronou s condensers.
EE-542 Computer Aided Power System Analysis
Starting with sparsity techniques the course includes unbalanced load for analysis, short circuit studies for unbalanced network, state estimation bad d ata processing, reactive power allocation scheduling and transient stabilty for multimachine systems.
EE-543 EHV Transmission Systems
This is a specialized course and deals with EHV AC transmission over voltages, transmission line and sub-station design, corona and radio interf erence, long distance transmission and H.A.V. D.C. Systems.
EE-544 Relaying and Switchgear
This course deals with relay characteristics, protective current & po tential transformers, static relays, relay setting co-ordination, computer aided relaying, switchgears,testing, installation and maintenance of relays.
EE-545 High Voltage Techniques
The course deals with breakdown phenonenon, generation of high test voltages, high voltage measurments and high voltage testing.
EE-546 Power System Operation and Control
This course deals with economic operation of power system along with details of reactive power control, load frequency control and power system security.
EE-547 Power System Planning
The course starts with an introduction to economic developments and g rowth of power system and continues with further treatment of load forecasting, generation planning, transmission & distribution planning, economic considerations, and quantitative methods of long and short term planning.
Besides above courses, the students undertake two electives out of the followings:
|EE||504||Direct Energy Convension|
|EE||548||Power System Dynamics|
|EE||550||Power System Reliability|
|EE||551||Microprocessors and Online Computer Application to Power System.|
|EE||566||Telemechanics Power Plant Engineering Pool Elective|