Modules / Lectures


Sl.No Chapter Name MP4 Download
1Lec 1: Power systems: Overview and historical developmentsDownload
2Lec 2: Introduction to power delivery systemsDownload
3Lec 3: Introduction to electrical loadsDownload
4Lec 4: Load diversityDownload
5Lec 5: Different load indicesDownload
6Lec 6: Loss factorDownload
7Lec 7: Load managementDownload
8Lec 8: Brief overview of power distribution substationDownload
9Lec 9: Substation bus schemes and primary distribution network topologyDownload
10Lec 10: Voltage drop and power loss computations for typical radial distribution feedersDownload
11Lec 11: Genaralized expression for voltage drop for radial distribution feederDownload
12Lec 12: Derivation of K-constant for voltage drop computationDownload
13Lec 13: Different reliability indices used in distribution networksDownload
14Lec 14: Different reliability indices with numerical examplesDownload
15Lec 15: Mathematical concept of reliabilityDownload
16Lec 16: Reliability evaluation of multiple units connected to series and/or parallelDownload
17Lec 17: Numerical problems on reliability evaluationDownload
18Lec 18: Power quality problems in distribution systemsDownload
19Lec 19: Forward backward load flow approach for power distribution systemsDownload
20Lec 20: Forward backward load flow approach for power distribution systemsDownload
21Lec 21: Reactive power compensation: Basic ideaDownload
22Lec 22: Reactive power compensation: Numerical examplesDownload
23Lec 23: Capacitor placement at distribution feeder: Analytical approachDownload
24Lec 24: Power distribution system planning: Economic aspectsDownload
25Lec 25: Power distribution system planning: Different models and solution strategiesDownload
26Lec 26: Mono-objective power distribution system planning approachDownload
27Lec 27: Multi-objective power distribution system planning approachDownload
28Lec 28: Multi-objective planning incorporating sectionalizing switches and tie-linesDownload
29Lec 29: Reconfiguration of power distribution networksDownload
30Lec 30: Distribution networks with the integration of Distributed GenerationDownload
31Lec 31: Concept of microgridsDownload
32Lec 32: Wind and solar energy conversion systemsDownload
33Lec 33: Energy storage systemsDownload
34Lec 34: Distribution system automation and smart grid: Part-IDownload
35Lec 35: Distribution system automation and smart grid: Part-IIDownload

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1Lec 1: Power systems: Overview and historical developmentsDownload
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2Lec 2: Introduction to power delivery systemsDownload
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3Lec 3: Introduction to electrical loadsDownload
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4Lec 4: Load diversityPDF unavailable
5Lec 5: Different load indicesPDF unavailable
6Lec 6: Loss factorPDF unavailable
7Lec 7: Load managementPDF unavailable
8Lec 8: Brief overview of power distribution substationPDF unavailable
9Lec 9: Substation bus schemes and primary distribution network topologyPDF unavailable
10Lec 10: Voltage drop and power loss computations for typical radial distribution feedersPDF unavailable
11Lec 11: Genaralized expression for voltage drop for radial distribution feederPDF unavailable
12Lec 12: Derivation of K-constant for voltage drop computationPDF unavailable
13Lec 13: Different reliability indices used in distribution networksPDF unavailable
14Lec 14: Different reliability indices with numerical examplesPDF unavailable
15Lec 15: Mathematical concept of reliabilityPDF unavailable
16Lec 16: Reliability evaluation of multiple units connected to series and/or parallelPDF unavailable
17Lec 17: Numerical problems on reliability evaluationPDF unavailable
18Lec 18: Power quality problems in distribution systemsPDF unavailable
19Lec 19: Forward backward load flow approach for power distribution systemsPDF unavailable
20Lec 20: Forward backward load flow approach for power distribution systemsPDF unavailable
21Lec 21: Reactive power compensation: Basic ideaPDF unavailable
22Lec 22: Reactive power compensation: Numerical examplesPDF unavailable
23Lec 23: Capacitor placement at distribution feeder: Analytical approachPDF unavailable
24Lec 24: Power distribution system planning: Economic aspectsPDF unavailable
25Lec 25: Power distribution system planning: Different models and solution strategiesPDF unavailable
26Lec 26: Mono-objective power distribution system planning approachPDF unavailable
27Lec 27: Multi-objective power distribution system planning approachPDF unavailable
28Lec 28: Multi-objective planning incorporating sectionalizing switches and tie-linesPDF unavailable
29Lec 29: Reconfiguration of power distribution networksPDF unavailable
30Lec 30: Distribution networks with the integration of Distributed GenerationPDF unavailable
31Lec 31: Concept of microgridsPDF unavailable
32Lec 32: Wind and solar energy conversion systemsPDF unavailable
33Lec 33: Energy storage systemsPDF unavailable
34Lec 34: Distribution system automation and smart grid: Part-IPDF unavailable
35Lec 35: Distribution system automation and smart grid: Part-IIPDF unavailable


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