# Power System Modeling and Stability Analysis Using ETAP – Beginner to Advance Level Course

28.45 \$

Learn how to perform power system modeling and power system stability analysis using ETAP. The course covers generator dynamics & transient stability analysis, synchronism of generating sources, and many other important lessons. 23 lectures in 3h 35m total course length.

## Description

The purpose of this course is to teach you how to perform power system modeling and power system stability analysis using ETAP. The course consists of 23 lectures in 3h 35m total length. The course begins with fundamentals of generator dynamics and transient stability analysis, synchronism of generating sources, synchronous generator direct (d) and quadrature (q) axis model, and continues with sub-transient, transient and steady-state model, swing equation, small and large disturbance stability, equal area criterion, etc.

The course also covers the simulation of transient stability analysis using ETAP software. The user will be able to create a single line diagram, data entry, and quickly expand the knowledge to automatically perform multiple ‘what if’ studies using multiple scenarios.

The topics are explained with theoretical aspects as well as hand calculations so that it becomes more easier to the attendees to understand the concepts.

## What You Will Learn

1. Fundamentals of Generator Dynamics
2. Fundamentals of Transient Stability Analysis
3. Single and Two Generator Transients Fundamentals and ETAP Examples
4. Synchronism Between Two Generating Sources
5. Synchronous Generator Direct (D) and Quadrature (Q) Axis Model
6. Synchronous Generator Sub-transient, Transient and Steady-state Model
7. Derivation of Swing Equation for Generator
8. Derivation of Inertia Constant (H) From Moment of Inertia (J)
9. Deriving Rotor Angle From Swing Equation
10. Derivation of Small Disturbance Stability Equation OR Synchronizing Power
11. Derivation of Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM) Equation
12. Small Disturbance Stability of Single Machine Infinite Bus (SMIB) System
13. Large Disturbance Stability or Equal Area Criterion

## Course Summary

1. The Essentials of Power System Stability
2. Generator Dynamics and Transients Fundamentals and Examples
3. Multiple OR Parallel Generator Dynamics Fundamentals
4. Synchronous Generator Direct and Quadrature Axis Impedance Modelling
5. Swing Equation For Generators
6. Derivation of Inertia Constant (H) From Moment of Inertia (J)
7. Deriving Generator Rotor Angle From Swing Equation
8. Small Disturbance Stability OR Synchronizing Power Equation
9. Large Disturbance Stability OR Equal Area Criterion

## Who Is This Course For

• Beginners Who Are New To ETAP Software
• Students Preparing Their Projects/Thesis
• Graduate Electrical Engineers For Cracking The Interviews
• Professionals Working For Companies & Needs To Execute Power System Study Projects
• Project Engineers
• Electrical Technicians
• Project Managers
• Electrical Operators