Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Code Name Level Year Semester
EEE 364 Power System Analysis Undergraduate 3 Fall
Status Number of ECTS Credits Class Hours Per Week Total Hours Per Semester Language
5 0

Instructor Assistant Coordinator
Jasna Hivziefendić, Assist. Prof. Dr. Jasna Hivziefendic Jasna Hivziefendić, Assist. Prof. Dr.
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Basic structure of electrical power systems. Electrical characteristics of transmission lines, transformers and generators. Representation of power systems. Per Unit System. Symmetrical three-phase faults. Symmetrical components. Unsymmetrical faults.

Students will gain the knowledge of power systems analysis. Introduction, review of phasors and three phase power Transmission line parameter computation and analysis Models for transformers, generators, and loads Power flow analysis and control Generation Control, economic dispatch and restructuring Short circuit analysis, including symmetrical components Transient stability System protection

  1. Introduction to Power Systems
  2. Complex power and per-unit quantities
  3. Power Line modeling, Resistance and series impedance of transmission lines
  4. Transformers modeling
  5. Synhronous generator modeling
  6. Symmetrical components and sequence networks
  7. Midterm exam
  8. Steady state analysis of transmission lines, Reactive Power compensation
  9. Power flow analysis 1
  10. Power flow analysis 2
  11. The impedance model, Maximum power, the admittance model
  12. Balanced fault 1
  13. Balanced fault 2
  14. Preparation for the final exam
  15. Final exam


    • Interactive Lectures
    • Practical Sessions
    • Presentation
    • Problem solving
    • Assignments
    Description (%)
    Method Quantity Percentage (%)
    Midterm Exam(s)25
    Total: 35
    Learning outcomes
    • apply methods for power system analysis in steady state operation and during grid faults
    • explain the principles for regular power flow and optimal power flow methods,
    • 3. use the main principles for modelling and analysis of power systems subject to symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults,
    • perform an optimal power flow for reactive power dispatching to decrease power losses
    • modelling of transformers, lines and cables in the positive, negative and zero sequences based on physical models
    • analyze the system performance where there is an unbalanced fault, and also calculate the corresponding fault current
    • Hadi Saadat, “Power System Analysis”, McGraw-Hill, 1999

    ECTS (Allocated based on student) WORKLOAD
    Activities Quantity Duration (Hour) Total Work Load
    Lecture (14 weeks x Lecture hours per week)300
    Laboratory / Practice (14 weeks x Laboratory/Practice hours per week) 300
    Midterm Examination (1 week) 20
    Final Examination(1 week) 20
    Preparation for Midterm Examination 150
    Preparation for Final Examination 250
    Assignment / Homework/ Project 100
    Seminar / Presentation 110
    Total Workload: 0
    ECTS Credit (Total workload/25): 0