Power System Generation

Course Description


In this course, Prof. D. P. Kothari gives 35 video lectures on Power System Generation, Transmission and Distribution. Some of the topics covered are: Electric Energy Systems, Hydroelectric Power Generation, Renewable Energy, Energy Storage, Deregulation, Air Pollutants, Voltage Regulation, Underground Cables, HVDC, Newton Raphson (NR), and many more.



Original Course Name: Electrical - Power Systems Generation Transmission Distribution.

Power System Generation


Prof. D. P. Kothari in Lecture 11: Capacitance of Transmission Lines.

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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Electric Energy Systems A Perspective Play Video
2 Structure of Power Systems Play Video
3 Conventional Sources of Electric Energy Play Video
4 Hydroelectric Power Generation Play Video
5 Non Conventional Energy Sources Play Video
6 Renewable Energy Play Video
7 Energy Storage Play Video
8 Deregulation Play Video
9 Air Pollutants Play Video
10 Transmission Line Parameters Play Video
11 Capacitance of Transmission Lines Play Video
12 Characteristics and Performance of Transmission Lines Play Video
13 Voltage Regulation (VR) Play Video
14 Power Flow through a Line Play Video
15 Methods of Voltage Control Play Video
16 Compensation of Transmission Lines Play Video
17 Compensation of Transmission Lines (cont.) Play Video
18 Underground Cables Play Video
19 Underground Cables (cont.) Play Video
20 Insulators for Overhead Lines Play Video
21 HVDC Play Video
22 HVDC (cont.) Play Video
23 Distribution Systems Play Video
24 Automatic Generation Control Play Video
25 Automatic Generation Control (cont.) Play Video
26 Load Flow Studies Play Video
27 Load Flow Problem Play Video
28 Load Flow Analysis (cont.) & Gauss Siedel Method Play Video
29 Newton Raphson (NR) & Load Flow Method Play Video
30 Fast Decoupled Load Flow Play Video
31 Control of Voltage Profile Play Video
32 Optimal System Operation (Economic Operation) Play Video
33 Optimal Unit Commitment Play Video
34 Optimal Generation Scheduling Play Video
35 Optimal Load Flow (cont.) & Hydro Thermal Scheduling Play Video

Comments

Displaying 10 comments:

rajasekaran wrote 8 years ago.
nil

huckin wrote 8 years ago.
thank u for great help

nafri wrote 8 years ago.
Thank U for sharing this video..actually now i m study in
power engineering...fast decouple is more faster solving
load flow study, but less accurate compare to Newton Rahpson
Method..


Linhsamouth Vilayvong wrote 8 years ago.
your lecture note is very use full for student

Hadi Baba-Ahmed wrote 9 years ago.
In response to your request. This video covers electrical
engineering. The subject is one of the methods to find Power
-or Load- flow and voltages in a power system consisting of
generators, transmission lines, transformers and electrical
loads connected to the system. It is called Newton-Raphson
method. There other methods such as Gauss-eidel, DC method,
etc...


Hadi Baba-Ahmed wrote 9 years ago.
In response to your request. This video covers electrical
engineering. The subject is one of the methods to find Power
-or Load- flow and voltages in a power system consisting of
generators, transmission lines, transformers and electrical
loads connected to the system. It is called Newton-Raphson
method. There other methods such as Gauss-eidel, DC method,
etc...


shakil wrote 9 years ago.
boss boss really boss

c.kanchan wrote 10 years ago.
I have not seen a second lazy sleepy Prof. like him.
How his students manage not to sleep?
I cannot comment on his knowledge but his teaching skills
are worst that any one can have. And his sense of humor
that he tries to exercise in his lectures is TRAGEDY.
Please suggest him to show some enthusiasm in the subject so
that the students can feel the same.
God Bless him and his students. He is not worth IITs. I am
badly disappointed


c.kanchan wrote 10 years ago.
I have not seen a second lazy sleepy Prof. like him.
How his students manage not to sleep?
I cannot comment on his knowledge but his teaching skills
are worst that any one can have. And his sense of humor
that he tries to exercise in his lectures is TRAGEDY.
Please suggest him to show some enthusiasm in the subject so
that the students can feel the same.
God Bless him and his students. He is not worth IITs. I am
badly disappointed


ibrahim wrote 10 years ago.
thank you so much for great help

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